I did not work on a blog post before work today. I started a letter to my sister, then I worked on an anacrostic puzzle. I love anacrostic puzzles. I thought, this will be fine. I’ll go running and do a Running Commentary post. I should have known better than to think that. So here we are in the middle of a Tired Tuesday post.
As I type this (back to one letter at a time with the stylus), I am listening to Deadly Women on ID. I love that Candice DeLong. Oh dear, one of the women is perpetuating a rather horrific crime. Sometimes I question my viewing preferences.
As I worked today, I tried to bestir my brain to work on a writing project (yes, computer, I meant “bestir” not “bestie”! It is so a word, I just looked it up!). No luck, but regarding that parenthetical comment, how is “bestie” more of a word than “bestir”? I thought “bestie” was a slang term 9f fairly recent coinage.
There. I just looked in my Webster’s College Dictionary, copyright 1991, and “bestie” is NOT there, but “bestir” is. I feel vindicated.
I also feel this is rather a silly blog post, almost a Non-Sequitur Tuesday, but I like it. I hope my readers will, too.