Day 1704: Judgy

Because “judgy” is a relatively new word, I’m judging how to spell it. I am judgily choosing the e-less spelling, because “judgy” goes well with  “non-judgmentally.”

Yesterday, as my judgy son Aaron and judgy I walked around and judged what we eyed in beautiful Edinburgh,  we had a long  conversation, covering many judgy and non-judgmental topics, which I judged wonderful. 

 I hope you’re not too judgy when you see how few  photos I took yesterday. 




Because I am very judgy about fudge, I’m bringing back some incredibly delicious salted dark chocolate fudge from Edinburgh for my judgy boyfriend, Michael. By the way,  Aaron told me yesterday that he judges Michael and my relationship the best partnership he’s ever seen. That makes my judgy heart glad. 

Here’s a judgy video from judgy YouTube. 

Thanks to all who helped this judgy Ann Judith create this judgy post and — OF COURSE! — to you, for visiting The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally.

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27 thoughts on “Day 1704: Judgy

  1. Good to see, that you are enjoying your trip so much, Ann 🙂
    I do my best not to be judgmental at all.

  2. Using the orthographic rule of thumb for “judgement”/”judgment”, I suspect judgy is OK, but judgey is British.

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/judgment

  3. I haven’t enough wisdom to be a judgy type, which proves it’s self every time I get judgy. 😉

  4. I’m too tired to do any judging, Lily and I are having many a sleepless night, and she’ll be the judge of when she’s had enough.

  5. Tell it to the Judge: This is a fantastic partnership in posting words and photos, Ann Judith.

  6. Judging by the photos it looks like you’re having a wonderful time. 🙂

  7. jwoodruf2015

    Looks like you’re having a great time…what was that? Hot chocolate? I want some!!
    Jan

    Jan Woodruff, RN

  8. Judging by the look of that hot cocoa with marshmallows and whipped cream I would say you had a delicious drink!!!! LOVE the hilltop views!!

  9. The word “judgy” isn’t in the OED yet but “fudgy” and “pudgy” are and your spelling is consistent with the established rule. Even if it weren’t, though, I just finished my annual reread of A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court even though I always judge myself for spending time on it when there are so many other things I haven’t read yet, and I always focus on the line “A man shouldn’t judge others on grounds where he can’t stand perpendicular himself.”

  10. Good morning, Ann! I’ve been having trouble catching up with my emails, but I hope you won’t be too judgy of me. The hot cocoa with pink marshmallows is neat! And the fudge is sure to please Michael, as will your return. Hugs, Sunny 🌞

  11. Not to be too judgy, but love the fudge and not so keen on the molten marshmallows. Am I bad? Your free flowing conversation with Aaron, I judge, would be wonderful. Safe trip home.

  12. I like the idea about being judgy about fudgy. I’m going to let go of judgment and embrace my judgyfudgy instead💛

  13. I judge this to be a good photographic record.

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