19 January: Word of the Day: Merryneum

AI art: clock, post-Christmas.

Word of the day is Merryneum: the blurry space between Christmas and mid-January.


AI Digital Art is mine and created using Midjourney’s bot (v4). Image and poem ©Misky 2023 Shared on Twitter #jusjojan #amwriting @midjourney

13 responses to “19 January: Word of the Day: Merryneum”

  1. And the little-known but actual Latin name for the second month of the year is Februtus uninterruptus.

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    1. Honestly? How ironic, since it’s the shortest month of the year. 😂

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      1. Ironic, indeed. To me is seems the dreariest and longest month. I’d gladly skip February and go straight to March but then I’d miss my birthday! 😂

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        1. And I’d miss my anniversary. Did you know that the first Saturday of February is “ice cream for breakfast day”!?

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          1. Hot damn!! Is it also “waffles, whipped cream and strawberries for breakfast day”? You got your carbs, your protein and your dairy. That’s the perfect meal right there! Marking my calendar for Feb 4! 🗓️

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            1. You forgot one of your 5-a-day! 🍓

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            2. Wait … may I borrow your waffle iron, please? 😂

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  2. Anytime … but the postage will be a bitch!

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    1. Geeze, tell me about it. My daughter-in-law posted me a small box “care package” with goodies and two bottles of Aleve. The postage from the US was over US$40. Insane about of money. I thanked her, and thought it better to put it aside until I visit next time.

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      1. Good idea! Aleve works wonders for what ails you, even our precious grandkids! 😂

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        1. Can’t buy Aleve here. The active ingredient is Rx only in the U.K. I always stock up when we’re in the states.

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          1. I see Aleve is available on Amazon but not AmazonUK, obviously because of the Rx factor. I do all my shopping online with the exception of groceries but if we’re stuck in the house because of a snowstorm, etc., that option sure comes in handy.

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            1. We do bits and pieces, but our big weekly shop we do online for delivery. It’s quite common nowadays to have groceries delivered. Everything changed after Covid.

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