v. de·stroyed, de·stroy·ing, de·stroys
1. To ruin completely; spoil: The ancient manuscripts were destroyed by fire.
2. To tear down or break up; demolish. See Synonyms at ruin.
3. To do away with; put an end to: "In crowded populations, poverty destroys the possibility of cleanliness" (George Bernard Shaw).
4. To kill: destroy a rabid dog.
5. To subdue or defeat completely; crush: The rebel forces were destroyed in battle.
6. To render useless or ineffective: destroyed the testimony of the prosecution's chief witness.
I'm leaving tomorrow, a 5 day trip with special friend to Cancun. I'm excited. My bags are packed and Zoe Zane is International baby. Since I update all of my sites everyone will have to wait till I get back. Going first class on United Airlines baby. In college, 1964, I went first class all the time, family members fly cheap since Dad worked for United. He paid $4 dollars round trip. When it got up to $35 dollars a trip he complained about the price increase. Makes my funny bone tickle and giggle, so cheap. In college, I had very little money. I saved all my summer job money for tuition and books with one pair of shoes. Dad sent me $35 dollars a month for living expenses and rent. Are you shaking your head over and over. I am!