I Feel Fortunate

Happiness is relative That’s right; I feel fortunate. In fact, very fortunate. Why? Worldwide, this year’s flu season is a particularly nasty one and depending upon your authoritative source, with the flu shot being only 17% effective. During the second half of January, I was laid up with a nasty upper respiratory virus infection. Commonly called… Continue reading I Feel Fortunate

Writing and other things

Yes, I missed writing to all of you over the weekend. However, while I apologize, I’m not sorry. I spent much of it writing, as in writing notes and dialogue for a new book. The thing is, I now have three books in development, and I don’t know which one will make it to the… Continue reading Writing and other things

Good Morning World

Good Morning World This morning, as I sat at my desk wondering what to write to you about, I struggled. With what you ask? Good question. I keep looking to resume my Word of the Day takes and yet, every time I start, I put it away and do something else. I enjoyed doing them.… Continue reading Good Morning World

Word of the Day: Scion

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Word of the Day: Scion Scion (noun) SYE-un Definition 1 : a detached living portion of a plant (as a bud or shoot) joined to a stock in grafting and usually supplying solely aerial parts to a graft 2 : descendant, child; especially : a descendant of a wealthy, aristocratic, or influential family 3 :… Continue reading Word of the Day: Scion

Word of the Day: Invective

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Word of the Day: Invective Invenctive noun | in-VEK-tiv Definition 1 : an abusive expression or speech 2 : insulting or abusive language : vituperation Examples “The ongoing collapse of responsible broadcast and cable journalism and the explosive role that social media has assumed in this campaign have made for a nasty brew of invective,… Continue reading Word of the Day: Invective