CLICK5: Buying The New World Ordure

CLICK5: Synchy Times…

A Bird In The Hand…

*Wait! Was scenario D created especially with me in mind, Clicky? …/sips coffee…*

*And what is eternity? …/lights up…*

*/drags… To know Death… /plumes smoke… Interesting… /flicks ash… And synchy…*

Welcome, Dear Reader. I’m very excited as I will be on leave next week. Not that I’ll be going anywhere – nobody is – but I will be spending my time writing…

*I need to be really disciplined about it, Clicky…*

*Indeed, I have two stories in mind. One about Death and the other about Harry…*

*Oh, it’s been totally maddening, Clicky… /smokes contentedly… Thinking about them all year…*

*Well, quite. That’s been the problem…*

*Alright bossy boots… /stubs butt… Jeez…*

…So I shan’t be about much this week. But no doubt Clicky will pop in if anything post-worthy occurs…

Have a Song ❤

CLICK5: All The World’s A Stage

CLICK5: Planet Plant

Pinch, Punch…

*That… /lights up… was a very… /drags… Very, long month, Clicky… /plumes smoke… I mean, January generally does feel long, butt this last one…  /flicks ash… seemed to take four fuckin’ years…*

*/nods… Good riddance…*

Happy First of February, Dear Reader. Hooray! It’s a brand new month…

February (n.)

month following January, late 14c., ultimately from Latin februarius mensis “month of purification,” from februare “to purify,” from februa “purifications, expiatory rites” (plural of februum “means of purification, expiatory offerings”), which is of uncertain origin, said to be a Sabine word. De Vaan says from Proto-Italic *f(w)esro-, from a PIE word meaning “the smoking” or “the burning” (thus possibly connected with fume (n.)). The sense then could be either purification by smoke or a burnt offering.

*Wot’s that gotta do with February, Clicky? …/smokes…*

The last month of the ancient (pre-450 B.C.E.) Roman calendar, so named in reference to the Roman feast of purification, held on the ides of the month. The Old English name for it was solmonað, which is said to mean “mud month.” English first borrowed the Roman name from Old French Feverier, which yielded Middle English FevererFeoverel, etc. (c. 1200) before the 14c. respelling to conform to Latin.

*Ah, I see… /rubs brow… An’ adding an ‘ippo into the mix gives fire, earth and water. What about air?*

*Clicky… /drags… there are lots of winds… /streams smoke…*

…And as January was particularly insufferable, here’s hoping February turns out better…

*’Scuse me, butt ‘ow exactly is that any bettah?*

*Oh, March… /rolls eyes and stubs butt… ‘Mounting Hare-steria’, there’s plenny of that, Clicky…*

…Have a Song… 😉

CLICK5: Evilly Does It

CLICK5: Recap Pacer

CLICK5: Goats and Tinge

CLICK5: Sumfin’ Germane