There is probably a name for using words when you really don’t know their meaning. Fortunately, quick online research makes definition-finding much easier. And when I read using my Kindle, I can immediately look at the definition of a word, by highlighting it. So, that helps in the blog writing. Unless you get one of those crazy spell checks that changes to something completely different.
I will admit that I have started blogging on a topic that starts at one place and leads me to a wandering ending. An example? Well, let’s say that I was going to blog on a Platypus. In reality, I don’t really know what a Platypus really is, but this does look like a “cute boy” right?
In fact, a platypus has venom strong enough to kill a small dog! It uses its back legs to deliver poison with its little ankle spurs. Because they look friendly, there are reported stories of humans accidentally touching them and getting hurt. These “duck/beaver” looking animals are usually found in Australia.
In one reported case, a fisherman grabbed one of these animals while fishing. The pain was so intense that he became incoherent and couldn’t function until the poison wore off.
It’s one of those things in life that doesn’t look at it seems. Sometimes like someone looks real busy on the computer, until you see their screen… or something like that. Yep… Solitaire:
So that’s an example of how the blog sometimes takes me to a subject that I know nothing about. Then, you read through it and wonder, “where did Joel get that?”. Yes, an example of my wandering to the end!
And for our weekend pic o’ weekend, dedicated to all those who cannot tear away from their computer, iPad or cell phone
Have a great weekend!!!