Jubilee

I previously mentioned my word for 2022 is release. A friend of mine, said she is celebrating her Jubilee (50th) birthday this year. I already sent her her presents, even though her birthday is not until April, because the other morning on the news I heard there was a volcano that erupted, causing tsunamis, the … Continue reading Jubilee

Holier than thou

I get so much from old Western TV shows and movies that inspire these blog posts. (Culturally outdated, indeed!) The latest one, featured a wagon train of approx. 300 people traveling to California. A husband and wife join up with the train part way through the trip. When some of the women on said train … Continue reading Holier than thou

My little black book

The history of the phrase little black book is quite colorful. (Pun intended!) As with many English idioms containing the word black, this one refers to something mysterious or even potentially shameful. People may refer to a journal or part of a journal as their black book or little black book. This means that it … Continue reading My little black book