how lucky am i to find this downtown, on a walk on a beautiful day?
“i’m well aware. a world without rainbow sprinkles is a world without happiness.”
not olive, but she walks like this sometimes.
is it a crab? is it a cat? what is it doing?
Part of speech: adverb
Origin: English, 20th century
Definition: To, toward, or from the side, typically in an awkward way.
Examples in a sentence:
“Roberto moved crabwise without taking his eyes off the dodgeball.”
“My cat only moves crabwise if she knows I’m going to try to give her a pill.”
“some things cannot be changed. you cannot teach a crab to walk straight.”
out for a family stroll
“walking is the perfect way of moving if you want to see into the life of things.
it is the one way of freedom.
if you go to a place on anything but your own feet
you are taken there too fast,
and miss a thousand delicate joys
that were waiting for you by the wayside. “
-elizabeth von arnim