See. Day 16.

see[ see ]
verb (used with object)
1. to perceive with the eyes; look at.
2. to view; visit or attend as a spectator: to see a play.
3. to perceive by means of computer vision.
4. to scan or view, especially by electronic means: The satellite can see the entire southern half of the country.
5. to perceive (things) mentally; discern; understand: to see the point of an argument.
6. to construct a mental image of; visualize: He still saw his father as he was 25 years ago.
7. to accept or imagine or suppose as acceptable: I can’t see him as president.
8. to be cognizant of; recognize: to see the good in others; to see where the mistake is.
9. to foresee: He could see war ahead.
10. to ascertain, learn, or find out: See who is at the door.
11. to have knowledge or experience of: to see service in the foreign corps.
12. to make sure: See that the work is done.
13. to meet and converse with: Are you seeing her at lunch today?
14. to receive as a visitor: The ambassador finally saw him.
15. to visit: He’s gone to see his aunt.
16. to court, keep company with, or date frequently: They’ve been seeing each other for a long time.
17. to provide aid or assistance to; take care of: He’s seeing his brother through college.
18. to attend or escort: to see someone home.
19. to match (a bet) or match the bet of (a bettor) by staking an equal sum; call: I’ll see your five and raise you five more.
20. to prefer (someone or something) to be as indicated (usually used as a mild oath): I’ll see you in hell before I sell you this house. He’ll see the business fail before he admits he’s wrong.
21. to read or read about: I saw it in the newspaper.
verb (used without object)
1. to have the power of sight
2. to be capable of perceiving by means of computer vision.
3. to understand intellectually or spiritually; have insight: Philosophy teaches us to see.
4. to give attention or care: See, there it goes.
5. to find out; make inquiry: Go and see for yourself.
6. to consider; think; deliberate: Let me see, how does that song go?
7. to look about; observe: They heard the noise and came out to see.
Verb phrases
1. to turn one’s attention to; take care of: He said he would see about getting the license plates.
2. to attend to; take care of: Will you please see after my plants while I’m away?
3. to take leave of someone setting out on a journey; accompany to the place of departure: I went to the airport to see them off.
4. to remain with (a task, project, etc.) until its completion: We decided to see it out, even if it meant another year.
5. to stay with to the end or until completion; persevere: to see a difficult situation through.
6. to take care of; be responsible for: I’ll see to the theater tickets.
see[ see ]
noun Ecclesiastical
1. the seat, center of authority, office, or jurisdiction of a bishop.

“Your looking Charmaine, but our not seeing.” 

My driving instructor used to say to me, I can hear his strange multicultural accent now…
Today was a weird day, of looking at the hard parts of life id rather shy away from. But, some things must been seen. 

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