#SoCS ~ 8/13/22

Upon further review … ooohhhh that sounds ominous. As in, upon further review, your services are no longer needed. But nope I am not at work & I have work to return to which is a blessing considering the events of early in the week. The weather in Texas is still record-breaking temps but we had two decent thunderstorms within the last 10 days. Still at a deficient but hope springs eternal for more rain to follow. Now let us embark on #SoCS, where Linda G Hill, our wonderful host, writes & I copy paste:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is starts with “u.” Find a word that starts with the letter “u” and use it however you’d like. Bonus points if it’s the first word in your post. Enjoy!

To join in the fun & frolic, HERE are the rules & pingback.

Usually this is the spot where my post begins but I wanted to cover all bases with upon in my intro. I’m competitive as hell about getting bonus points. Ultimately I’m also a logophile, lover of words.

When I think of words that start with the letter ‘u’ ubiquitous comes to mind first. I didn’t always know what that word meant but a big wig at work used it once upon a time so I learned the word to reuse if the situation arose. This big wig was let go with a parachute package & has fallen off the planet. Seriously, no footprint to be found. Others in those executive type positions (there are many in corporate world America) who also get the boot, land on their cat like feet, reinventing themselves in often times bigger & better positions.

On tap for today, I’m hoping to connect with a lifelong friend. He messaged me that we should talk on the phone like the old days. Not going to lie, I’m starved for human connection beyond the fearsome foursome. No more hermit Jilly. If your phone randomly rings, pick it up. Could be destiny calling. Lol.

As always more to come.

15 thoughts on “#SoCS ~ 8/13/22

  1. Jilly, I hope you have a nice, long conversation with your friend. Covid screwed up our human contact for too long and I, myself, still have yet to see a couple of good friends that I have not hugged in at least three years. Human contact is definitely needed, and I hope you eventually are ubiquitous in your pre-pandemic social circles.

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