Traceability (according to this traceable point on the internet) is
The ability to trace (identify and measure) all the stages that led to a particular point in a process that consists of a chain of interrelated events.
Let’s see if we have the ability to trace (identify and measure) all the stages that led to this particular title in a process that consists of a chain of interrelated blog posts.
That’s it. Today’s blog post title is traceable to that sign in a Whole Food Market, which I saw yesterday when Michael and I were doing our weekly food shopping.
After we shopped, removed our masks, and got into my traceably bright yellow car, Michael said, “That was stressful. I used to enjoy food shopping.” Michael’s comment has traceability — we are in a particular point in a process of a chain of interrelated pandemic events.
Do you see traceability in my other photos from yesterday?
Fred Astaire’s character dancing on the walls and ceiling has traceability from Sarah Churchill‘s character revealing earlier in Royal Wedding that she used to imagine she could dance all over the floors, walls and “even the ceiling” when she was a child. Sarah Churchill’s lineage has traceability to her father, Winston Churchill.
So much traceability, so little time.
Today’s thanks — to everybody who helps me blog every day, (including YOU) — have traceability to yesterday’s visit to Whole Foods, too.