I love vocabulary! It was one of my favorite things in school!
On a recent MarcoPolo, one of our tribe members was very complimentary and told me that I was showing much sagacity. Um, ok.
Of course, I ran to Mr. Googlie to look it up because I’d never heard that word before. I found that sagacity is the noun form of sagacious. Um ok. Sagacious is an adjective meaning: “having or showing keen mental discernment and good judgment; shrewd.” Similar to wise, clever, intelligent, knowledgable – from the Latin sagax/sagac: wise.
WOW – what a great compliment! I appreciate that!
To be complimented by being clever, intelligent, canny, knowledgable, discerning, astute, sensible, profound, judicious, thoughtful, prudent, insightful, sage, deep, sapient, perspicacious – hey, there’re two more new words! I can do this all day!
“You can learn new things at any time in your life if you’re willing to be a beginner. If you actually learn to like being a beginner, the whole world opens up to you.”Barbara Sher
Today is a good day to learn something new. What things do you like to learn? How about a new recipe if you enjoy cooking. Are you musical? Challenge yourself with a new piece of music to learn to play or sing – make it more difficult than what you’re used to. Are you a crafter – go to the local store and learn something totally different from that which you’re proficient. Your mind will be stretched, your skill will improve, and you will feel great! What new thing are you learning this week?
Beginner, beginner, whole world winner! 🙂
Nancy Ottinger says
Thanks for being a faithful blog rover, Loren
Just letting off a little steam. Thanks, Nancy. 🙂