Day 3682: Quisquous

I woke up on this quisquous day with a fever and an email about the definition of “quisquous.” Since COVID, fevers are more quisquous, don’t you agree? Also, fevers are more quisquous for me because I have a history of endocarditis, due to my unusual heart.

It’s also quisquous for me to cancel all my patients, especially because I offer an in-person drop-in therapy group on Mondays.

Do you see anything quisquous in my other images for today?

Thanks for that quisquous reminder, Daily Bitch.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “quisquous.”

Thanks to all who help me get through my quisquous days, including YOU.

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13 thoughts on “Day 3682: Quisquous

  1. I hope you feel well fast, Ann!
    Also, I hope that I hear a neighbor yodeling today, and because of your blog, I’ll know why!

  2. It’s always great to learn a new word and “quisquous” sounds almost like what it is, since it’s difficult to spell and pronounce.

  3. Nothing at all quisquous here. When I was a child, I liked a graham cracker crust cream cheese pie with cherries on top.

  4. I think yodeling will start trending soon. my fav dessert was ‘s’mores.’

  5. I am worried about your fever,Ann. I hope you are okay.

    Thank you for the new word.

  6. My favorite dessert as a child was called “Black Bottom Pie” and it was basically a meringue pie but ALL chocolate! I only had it a couple of times a year when we were allowed to get dessert at a particular restaurant, but here I am decades later remembering it!

    I’m really sorry to hear that you woke with a fever, and I hope by this evening you’re doing well. I can easily understand that this was a real concern for you. Your word of the day, quisquous, is quite the word. New to me, and if I can possibly remember it, I’d love to use it from time to time. 🙂

  7. Great shots of the cats Ann. There’s the “Rangoon Creeper Plant” (quisqualis indica) which reminded me of this post.

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