Well, I have to get myself together and remember how to do a Work Day, dear readers, so this is going to be a short post.
I think. We shall see, won’t we?
So, the topic is “Chilling.”
Here’s my first definition of that word. And, you know what? For the first time since I started this blog, I am NOT going to consult any other source — expert, on-line, or otherwise — about the “right” words to define or explain. I’m just going to trust that I can make up a definition that’s good enough:
Being cool, letting go of concerns.
Honestly, that is something that I am working on, every single moment. Like now. With every word I write. And in the spaces between the words and the paragraphs, too.
Let’s see if I have any pictures, to illustrate that use of the word “Chilling”.
I MUST have some within easy reach — I just got back from six days in Panama, people!
Here are some photos that fit the bill (although I am making some assumptions about other people’s states of mind):
Now, I wanted to include other definitions, including these:
Cold, creating a feeling of coldness.
Scary, frightening, terrifying
… but I need to end this post, and return to work.
I’m glad I spent more time, this morning, on that first definition of “Chilling.”
Thanks to the people of Boquete, Panama — residents and visitors — and to you — of course! — for visiting here today.