Somehow this post never actually published on Friday! I’m not sure why. But here it is!
So I’ve been thinking about #AccountaClub and wondering whether to lessen the frequency of the posts. Is weekly too much? Just right?
Not sure what other frequency might be good. Every other Friday? Once a month check-in?
It’s been about a year, and it seems like a good time to re-evaluate.
As for my week, my attentions are difficult to focus on fiction right now, though I really want to, it’s a strange feeling. But the real world has me occupied.
I had a tweet go semi-viral and I have no idea how famous people keep up with their mentions. They’re pretty constant and overwhelming if you go too long between checking them. And for someone famous, it’s not even that big of a tweet. I have empathy now.
Fitness-wise this week, I did my five workouts and they were all great instructors and terrific sessions, but they really took it out of me. I don’t know if they were harder this week or I’m just lower energy, but they felt really tough.
Loved the line-up though, there’s something about seeing one of your favorite trainers in the morning to get it all going.
Today was a struggle for a word. Not that there aren’t a number of words that start with N; so many of them are so empty. Nothing. No-one. Nowhere.
N has a serious case of the negatives.
But who doesn’t love a word that is both a thing and an action, but the two are entirely, entirely unrelated?
Why should the word for the fantastically delicious and versatile food staple also mean to think? And why would “noodle” come to mean head/brain/mind?
It’s a mystery.
Probably not a big mystery because it’s likely just a google search away, but whatever the background, it won’t match the delightful weirdness of the outcome.
Should I check?
I’m going to check.
Well, I was right, and they don’t really know either. The best guess is that it’s altered version of “noddle,” which was a stupid person. Noddle is a fun word to pick up, though in this tech world people will just assume you misspelled “noodle.”