It's Monday. Time to . . .
On Mondays, I share some things I've collected over the weekend . . . to get the week off to a good start.
"Every now and then go away, have a little relaxation, for when you come back to your work your judgment will be surer. Go some distance away because then the work appears smaller and more of it can be taken in at a glance and a lack of harmony and proportion is more readily seen." --- Leonardo da Vinci
There are certain words that we use in my household . . . because Chemistry. Turns out that chemists describe things with very specific words that (I've discovered) sound odd outside the lab, when used by non-chemists in . . . oh, say . . . a social gathering. Here's one:
It's not that it's such an unusual word. You've probably come across it in your reading now and again - and understood exactly what it meant without needing to look it up in the dictionary. It's just that you don't . . . hear it used in normal, everyday conversation all that often. (Unless you're married to a chemist. . . )
Last week, the Washington Post put together a list of the best books to read at every age (from 1 - 100). Their premise is that certain books resonate best at certain ages. Check out their list and see what you think!
Try to use the word "turbid" in a sentence.
Hope your week is off to a great start!