First, a little titter (get your minds out of the gutter–or don’t, if you like it there–I just didn’t mean it that way).
The acronym S.H.I.T. applies to those Thursdays when you get up joyfully, thinking it’s actually Friday. Then, your spouse turns to you and says, Sorry Honey, It’s Thursday. SHIT. So, Phil and I have taken to calling Thursday, turd’s day.
Second, a little edumacation.
SHIT, in the example above is, in fact, an acronym. It forms a pronounceable word. CBC, on the other hand, which stands for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, is an initialism, because you can’t make a word out of it. This is the difference between an acronym and an initialism. Which to you use more of every day? The latter, I’ll bet.
It’s funny. Spell check doesn’t recognize the word ‘initialism.’
So on to the thoughty, already!
In the wake of last week’s shooting, Chuck Wendig was moved to write this post.
Pachamama invites you to explore how mindfulness helps you deal with negative thoughts.
This tiny potato might help too. Emily’s Diary. Do all the things.
Meteorology unveils archaeology near Galway, Ireland. Irish Central.
And again, from Irish Central, a 5000 year old monument is vandalized.
The Icarus is a worldship currently in research and development. It’s darned cool science, too.
Jake Dunsbridge does a spot on imitation of Matt Smith in his last moments as the Doctor.
What can I say? It wasn’t a terribly thoughty week, I guess.
It’s all writerly goodness, though.
Here’s hoping something twigs, inspires, or simply entertains.