All posts tagged: just Jot It January

Just Jot It January 30

Just Jot It January 30th – An- #SoCS   Jot -An Antihistorical means opposing history.  At first, I asked myself, “Why would anyone oppose history?  But, then I started thinking about it.  The people who would oppose history -are those that find fault in the historical content, or felt the written history was misleading -unfair, untrue or lies. For instance, if you lived in South Korea -North Koreans would learn an entirely different historical event -around the same theme of what you would be learning. Same thing could be happening in Vietnam, between East and West Germany (while they were divided -however, there could still be people who remember the division of the Great Wall, still believing what they were taught. If America had divided between the North and the South -what kind of historical documents would have been taught?  The Indians and the White man; the blacks and whites; Jews and Muslims; Palestinians and Israel.  The list could go on and on! We rely upon our history authors to tell the historical truth -the good, the …

Just Jot It January 29

Just Jot It January 29th – Ghost   Jot -Ghost Patrick Swayze made the best ghost in the history of movies.  When you type in a search for movies about ghost -Ghost comes up!  Need I say more? Then who can cast Casper aside?  I love that fella!  I swear my grandson looked just like him, with those round jaws and large eyes -around the age of three -4.  It was a fun time, to have Casper visiting my home.  keke I am also a huge fan of The Sixth Sense; Beetlejuice; the Korean version of Ghost (the girl is the ghost) and the old movies -The Ghost and Mrs. Muir; The Ghost and Mr. Chicken and Blackbeard’s Ghost. But, do I believe in ghost? Ah, there is the question. I haven’t an answer -as I’m not sure. There must be some twinkling of belief, as I am frightened to enter places that dying, people once lived.  I always tell my kids -“If you can think, it can probably be done.”  Great things have come from thinking -and some not so noteworthy. Kind of like …

Just Jot It January 28

Just Jot It January 28th – Serendipity   Jot -Serendipity Did you know that serendipity is one of the top ten hardest words to translate into other languages?  Interesting.  Despite the difficulty -more countries are using this word. In 1557, Michele Tramezzino of Venice, wrote Peregrinaggil di tre giovani figliuoli del re di Serendippo.  It was translated later, into English -after finding a French translation to The Three Princes of Serendip. Serendip is the Persian and Urdu name for Sri Lanka.  This name was adopted from another name -that translates to golden island. I wondered why?  So, I looked into this question.  I never found a straight answer, as Sri Lanka is actually referred to as the island of gems or island of the ruby. What I did discover that would come close -is  The Golden Temple of Dambulla.  People have lived in these caves for 3000 years.  The outsides are adorned with golden Buddha’s and so much more.  Quite fascinating. Horace Walpole coined the word serendipity, in a letter concerning, his daughters.  He pulled the meaning from The Three …

Just Jot It January 27

Just Jot It January 27th – Mendaciloquent   Jot -Mendaciloquent Should I lie with eloquence -and tell you, I already knew this word?  No, you say.  You don’t believe me?  Sadly, you are not mistaken. I thought it would be fun to find some words -most of us, will not recognize. bardolatry -a humorous excessive admiration for Shakespeare.  I’m not sure I could find a use for this word. bibliopole -This is a career for me -a person who buys and sells books -especially, rare books.  Oooh, creepy.  It reminds me of that devil movie, starring Johnny Depp.  The Nineth Gate was about a book that showed you how to summon the devil.  This is not a movie I would recommend -just too creepy. bobsy-die -this is a great deal of fuss or trouble.  Cute -I think I might find a use for this one. borborygmus -now this is a word we can all relate to.  Do you ever wonder what to call the gurgling noises in your intestines?  You got it -borborygmus. blatherskite -this would be me …

Just Jot It January 26

Just Jot It January 26th – Oneness   Jot -Oneness I am going to go forward with Linda’s post, for today. My mother has always been my inspiration.  Most everything I am, is because she shared her own love for life, with me. As a young girl, she spent more time on horseback, or running through the woods, than she did applying makeup, and dressing up.  The first time she met my dad, he was standing with one of her friends.  Mom didn’t know he was there, and she was being her normal, creative, carefree self.  When she came out of the trees, the scream of Tarzan could be heard, strong and clear.  Not surprisingly, this is how their story began. From the moment, I heard my mother belting this well known cry -I knew this was the kind of woman -I wanted to be. When I was a teenager, the Air Force moved daddy to Rome, New York.  I loved that town.  It was one of my favorite places to live.  The weather was always perfect, in the summer -and I love snow! …

Just Jot It January 25

Just Jot It January 25th – Prestidigitation   Jot -Prestidigitation The sleight of hand can be referred to as prestidigitation or legerdemain.  I’ve never heard either of these words before today. Since I am magic illiterate -I chose a video of Shin Lim on Penn and Teller Fool Us.  Since prestidigitation has more to do with tricks seen up close -such as card tricks -this is perfect.  Shin Lim is the best I’ve ever watched -and it seems real!      

Just Jot It January 24

Just Jot It January 24th – Compelled – We’re almost there!   Jot -Compelled Proverbs 31 talks about a woman clothed with strength and dignity.  This is the only woman fit to be the wife of a King. Men are frequently lured, while under the influence of alcohol and drugs, into the bedrooms of women without dignity.  If I’m not mistaken, men go to bars, with the intention of picking up a woman. Not surprisingly, many women go to bars to find a man. The man is looking for sex.  The woman is looking for a man to love her.  One will be easily found, and the other will most likely be left -forgotten! Why do women search for men, in a den of lust?  Why would any women look for love, where sex is on the menu -served up in a glass of poison?  Do we truly expect to find faithfulness, dependability, and a man of dignity? Remember, a man without dignity -will never be a good husband for a Queen.  What?  You’re not a queen?  …