Inspired by yesterday’s video—that STILL—make me bust a gut, I scribbled this little doodle this morning. The lazy one was the last one fed…
Especially self-judgment. I even judged this artwork—about not judging—to be unworthy of posting. That’s how bad I am at removing judgment. But see, I’m trying…
A good thing to remember. Even if you have to remember it again and again and again.
I don’t normally quote pop icons, but after watching Ru Paul’s Masterclass while on the treadmill, a couple of comments he made stuck with me. This was one. A sad one. I incorporated it into my Daily Doodle.
It actually looks a lot like the little princess. But I still have a lot to learn!
I learned that I do not know enough words that include the letters
I am addicted to the daily NY Times Game Spelling Bee, so much so that I subscribe (translate: pay extra.)
I use it with their other games to help keep the synapses firing and not to sound braggy, I regularly score somewhere in the Genius level, at the very least Awesome. Until yesterday. Yesterday I capped out at Great. Great? Really? Not even Amazing? Great sucks.
The goal of Spelling Bee is simple: create as many words as possible with the seven letters provided. You can used each letter multiple times but each word must include the designated letter. In the case of yesterday’s puzzle, A.
The unchecked words below are all the words I did not get – and 99% of them I don’t even know. Laical? Bacilli?
Do you know some of these words? If so I will not be inviting you to play competitively, which I’m considering