Mine's great. Can't complain. Not really. I've been exhausted and fairly short tempered for the better part of three days now, and I couldn't understand why until last night - I haven't taken my holidays this year yet.
Oops. Should get on that.
The work for today is much the same as it always is. Edit. I might write some too, as I had a dream last night that related to The Great Man. I did want to save the start of writing for NaNoWriMo, but it looks like I'll have to miss out on that again this year because the book won't wait.
Right, I owe you a fair amount of Forgotten English and so, here it is:
One who writes down or records prophecies.
- Sir James Murray's New English Dictionary, 1909
Having the power to change the disposition of the mind.
- Samuel Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language, 1755
If a minde easily bent or turned.
- Thomas Blount's Glossographia, 1656
Flexanimousness, flexibleness of mind or disposition.
- Nathaniel Bailey's Etymological English Dictionary, 1749
American English; [1800s].
- Sir James Murray's New English Dictionary, 1918
(Ah hah hah hah hah! Oh, I like that one!)#
Rejected matter; that which is vile or despised.
- Noah Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language, 1828
And now I'm off to edit. Wish me luck!
Oh, and I should also note that the title of today's post has nothing to do with today's post. Sorry about that (not really - I'm enjoying the weirdness of it).
Also, I'm currently addicted to the T.V. show Castle. It's the perfect blend of quirky, funny and serious.
And now I'm done procrastinating and will get back to editing. Goodbye!