maybe some people reading this don’t know what “Uh oh” means.
I’ve found several definitions of “Uh oh” on the internet.
interjection \ˈə-ˌō, usually with strong glottal stops before the vowels\
Popularity: Bottom 10% of words
Simple Definition of uh–oh
—used when you realize that you are in a bad situation, that you have made a mistake, etc.
Full Definition of uh–oh
—used to indicate dismay or concern
First Known Use of uh–oh
Rhymes with uh–oh
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I didn’t give credit for where I found those two definitions.
I wold have hoped as a psychotherapist and a life-long learner, I would never feel insecure again at this point in my long life.
I guess that was an unrealistic hope and expectation.
I assume you’ve had enough, already, with that same photo, so here are all the other photos I took yesterday, as I returned to work after a one-week vacation:
which was in another person’s office, not mine.
I forgot to invite you to leave a comment. As I sometimes tell people in my therapy groups, feel free to share any thoughts or feelings, to write a poem, or to do an interpretative dance. There’s really no right or wrong way to express yourself here.
Thanks to all who helped me create this post and to you — of course! — for reading it.
I noticed at least two (uh oh, THREE) mistakes in this post after I published it. Can you spot them?