I say ‘frivolous’ quite a lot and prefer the definition from the merrian-webster dictionary a : of little weight or importance b : having no sound basis (as in fact or law) <a frivolouslawsuit>. 2. a : lacking in seriousness.
It probably sums up what I have to say most of the time, and I’m happy with that. I like the word.
Well here we are people, one week in to the New Year(what?? already??) how about those resolutions aye? Holding up still? Or were they just Frivolous Resolutions spoken with the utmost sincerity from a generally clear thinking brain that has been infused with a couple of glasses of chardonnay? I know some of my best intentions have happened while I have been in this state, and one(he had many!) of my father’s most favourite sayings to me was….”Lu, The road to hell is paved with good intentions”.
I have decided not to go to hell this year, I have decided to go to a place where I am happy, I will have a healthy weight, I will have a place where I can grow things for us to eat, and I will go to places on my bike, everyday. These are not resolutions.
I will continue to say mostly frivolous stuff this year, like I said, I am happy with that. But I sincerely wish you all a Happy and Healthy New Year!
And here is something that is right up there in frivolousness…http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/25-everyday-things-you-never-knew-had-names