So let’s start the New Year the way this old Year ended: a bit of a jumble including a few left over from Christmastide*.
I saw that a war-time bungalow in my old neighbourhood in Toronto went for $1.2 million so I can almost believe this one.
A little winter humour for my friends on the West Coast who are not finding winter all that humourous.
I can now get away with poking fun at old people – I am officially in the zone!
And, as always, a touch of religion.
Talk about your mood-swings.
I posted this on a FB site I belong to and was surprised at how many people felt it was the later!!!!!
One of the resolutions in our household was to spend less time staring at and scrolling through the brown thing and the black thing. (see next entry)
Some people are just born cynics!
Don’t you just hate honesty????
The word for January 3rd is:
Resolution /ˌrezəˈlo͞oSH(ə)n/: [noun]
1.1 A firm decision to do or not to do something.
1.2 The quality of being determined or resolute.
1.3 The action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matter.
1.4 The process of reducing or separating something into its components in chemistry.
1.5 The smallest interval measurable by a scientific (especially optical) instrument; the resolving power.
1.6 The conversion of something abstract into another form.
Late Middle English: from Latin resolutio(n- ), from resolvere ‘loosen, release’
*Yes I know Christmastide is not over until January 6th but I use the term loosely as very few people use it anyway.