Old Word Made New: Context: a text sent by a jailbird, full of convincing untruths.
Whether something is good or bad all depends on the context. It all depends on the location or situation.
Oh, that's interesting!
Good: If your date says that while you're making small talk.
Bad: If your doctor says that while he's looking at your x-ray.
You've won the Lottery.
Good: The I.R.S. doesn't know where you live.
Bad: You're in a Shirley Jackson story.
Oh, honey, I've missed you!
Good: When your significant other says that to you at the airport, after a long absence.
Bad: When your significant other says that to you on the firing range, while they've still got lots of ammo.
Summary du week:
Cycled 40 miles
Good: Got some exercise.
Bad: Not as much as I wanted to.
Good: Look, be glad for what you got, okay?
Bad: Okay, okay, fine, enough already.
This week, it's a short week. Lots of relatives, few opportunities for working out. Regular exercise will re-commence next week.
Those relatives will get you every time. Luckily my sister likes to walk, but unfortunately the gatherings tend to center around food, so they kind of cancel each other out (with food having a bit of an edge... of course).
Yes! You can't get relatives without copious amounts of food to eat. It's a law.
Don't dispair, perhaps you can get in some brisk sitting.
Especially true if the relative is a grandmother.
Oh Honey I missed you! LOL!
Why yes, perspective is everything.
Relatively speaking, you did excellent with your exercise. Have a great weekend!
Well, my week involved no exercise and I didn't leave the apartment between late Monday afternoon and tonight (when I needed dinner because I'm virtually out of food).
What? I need to get out more? Mmm Possibly.
I admire what you are doing more than I can say!
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