Yesterday, soon after we arrived in Penn Station in New York City, my friend Deb thoughtfully asked, “Do you want to take a picture of that? That looks bloggy.”
I agreed with Deb, even though I’d never heard the word “bloggy” before.
My bloggiest readers know that I often start posts with a definition, but because I won’t be able to find such a bloggy definition online, I shall now bloggily make one up:
1. Relating to or otherwise appropriate for blogs.
“Doesn’t that look bloggy? Maybe you should take a photo of it.”
2. (onomatopoeic) Blurry, foggy, confused.
“You’re looking rather bloggy. Have you been taking good enough care of yourself?”
What’s the bloggy thing to do now? Let’s see if I captured other bloggy images yesterday, as I went from cardiac rehab to work to the train station to New York City.
If any of those photos make you feel bloggy in any way, feel free to leave your bloggy comments or questions below.
I must be feeling bloggy, because I almost forgot to include some bloggy music.
“A Foggy Day” (which in my bloggy mind sounds close enough to “A Bloggy Day in New York Town) by George and Ira Gershwin as performed by Fred Astaire found here on bloggy YouTube.
Thanks to blogolicious* Deb and to all my bloggy friends out there (including you, of course!)
* Another word that Deb made up. Feel free to bloggily provide a blogolicious definition.