Well hello there!
Keeping our tenth grade metaphor from yesterday going, I would slip notes in all your lockers and take you all to the dance on Friday, if I could! Corporate World has the hamsters running a little faster than usual this week, but thanks to you, no one is off their wheels just yet. It just makes me so happy that you all hang out and chat amongst yourselves, even when I’m not able to get to your comments as quickly as I’d like. We are all so totally sitting at the cool table, you guys!
Ok. I think I’ve taken that metaphor just about as far as it can go (and probably a little bit past there, too). Time to change the subject. (Or at least get to third period english on time). Today’s word is: antiphrasis: the use of a word or phrase in a sense contrary to its normal meaning for ironic or humorous effect
In other words …
Remember yesterday, when I was feeling all blaarg-y? Part of the reason is because my seasonal springtime allergies have kicked in. Oh, and did you know that there was a snow squall warning for the city of Toronto last night?
I may be feeling snuffly and snot nosed in the mornings, but at least tomorrow we’ll all be able to curl up Under the Covers together! Looking forward to seeing you there!