Life in progress

SoCS – Division


It’s been a busy day. So busy, in fact, that I’m getting this post in just under the wire. My attention has been widely divided today between sick family members (nothing life threatening though) and needy ones. Alex was, as usual, the most needy. I went on a nice bus ride with him today between thunderstorms which he hates so much he has to hide under my arm when he sees lightning outside. And then Chris wanted to go and see Antman, which I didn’t even know existed until he told me he wanted to go to it. While he was at the movies I devised a way to sit for a couple of hours to work on my editing.

To devise… the present tense of the word must be division, mustn’t it? Or is it devision. Spell check doesn’t like that one. But yeah, to have to devised a plan has to be to have made a devision. Or a division.

Do you ever look at a word for so long that it no longer makes any sense? When it happens to me, I tend to canoodle new words into my vocabulary. I’m not even sure I just used the word “canoodle” correctly, but it sounds good and this is stream of consciousness writing and I’m not allowed to go back and edit it…

*waves goodbye to my last paragraph as it drifts off into the wavy sea of internet land*

Bed is good. I think I’ll go there.



This post is brought to you by the letters V, I, and S, and SoCS:

Badge by: Doobster at Mindful Digressions

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

9 thoughts on “SoCS – Division

  1. canoodling the words. Awesome! Great photo, too 🙂


  2. I don’t even know if this comment is going to be visible, my internet provider has advised me that they envisage getting my crappy signal sorted out soon though. Good post, I tried to like it, but that link won’t load either.


  3. Canoodled 😀 First time I have seen it put to use so well!


  4. Isn’t it nice to write something you don’t have to edit?


  5. Beautiful photo gotta love your boys! I applaud your skills at being to devise a devision of your time between them!!!


  6. Great post, Linda…I just learned a new word “canoodled” 🙂


  7. Great photo, – so positive. You are a devisentful person – always devising something. 😀


  8. Lovely post Linda, I felt very canoodled reading this take. Delightful photo Linda.


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