Multifarious Day 3
Tattoos, creativity and the meaning of freakish;
sounds like the beginning of a wondrous week, doesn’t it?
I’m Freaking Kreativ – Most of us have already decided that I have a bit of an imaginative soul, but did you know that I was Kreativ blogger, too? Well, I am. IrelandBrady says so and I believe her. Thanks so much, my Wicked Darling! I, too, know a few people whose creativity makes me grin. But before I tell you their names, I’m supposed to share seven things about moi:
(1) I have bad dreams when I go too long without writing (2) The dreams escalate to nightmares if the lack of writing is joined by no exercise (3) I first imagined the world of Pre-Chaos while convalescent after hurting my hip (4) There was a nurse who used to freak out whenever he came into my room and I told him to hold on a minute because I was plotting something (5) Once my Piano Man entered our bedroom and found me crying for Sweettooth (6) I cried out of rage and sadness when I watched the destruction of The Tree of Souls (7) I believe fiction and other types of art can deal with issues about the human condition, in ways the social majority’s understanding of reality might never be able to comprehend.
The award rules said I need to bestow the honor upon 10 others, but 13 is a much sexier number, so here are 13 members of the growing list (in no particular order) of creative bloggers who inspire me to see life through multifarious eyes: (1) Gina (2) Oma Linda (3) Mina (4) SunshineShelle (5) Stacy (6) Debra (7) Penny (8) Militant Queer (9) Ellen (10) Robin (11) LJ (12) Kim (13) Petoskystone
Thank you, my Luvs. And remember that when I nominate you for an award, you are not required to write about it if you don’t feel like it. Just know that each of you have touched my life in the most positive of ways, and for that I am eternally grateful.
Word of the Week
Freakish, a. Apt to change the mind suddenly; whimsical; capricious.
As in, “It may be a question, whether the wife or the woman was the more freakish of the two.”
(Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary, 1861) I was looking for the word ‘freaking’ in my old dictionary, and stopped when I read the definition and example for ‘freakish’. I giggle for a while ;-)Share |
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