’21 A To Z Challenge – L

 

So, there I was, languidly lolling about.  I was afflicted with a bout of lethargic lassitude.  An A To Z Challenge post for the letter

was due, and I was lounging around, instead of writing.  I don’t want to say that my composition regimen was lax, but nothing was landing on the page.

The quick red fox jumped over the lazy brown dog.

I don’t give a shit!
Perhaps you should take a laxative.

I don’t want to have to admit that I am lazy.  (Among other reasons) That’s why I don’t have a web-cam on my monitor.  The French have a couple of softer, kinder phrases that I can use, and if it’s good enough for the French, I’m laissez-faire, and laissez-ća ā Georges enough to hide behind them.

Laissez-faire just means “let it happen,” a sort of Gallic shrug equivalent to Que sera, sera – yeah, whatever, man.  Laissez-ća ā Georges means, “Let George do it.”  That sounded like a likely solution to my lack of finished blog-post.  I gave George a call, but he was busy leading an LGBTQ+ parade in Luxemburg.

At long last I accepted responsibility for putting letters on the page.  It was the least I could do – and this I what you get when I give my least.  It was an L of a struggle.  Wednesday’s post will have a little more meat to it – curried beef, I believe – but there will also be some tofu dishes for my Vegan readers.  😉  😀

10 thoughts on “’21 A To Z Challenge – L

  1. 1jaded1 says:

    L equals Loquacious. You aren’t.

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    • Archon's Den says:

      The wife suggested including loquacious. I’ve learned to dial it back some, since I first started. The Kindly Hermudgeon kindly mentioned my wordiness. Now it’s “Be bright! Be brief! Begone!” 😉 😀

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  2. Newbloggycat says:

    Ahh…a lackadaisical post! 😛😂

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  3. Rivergirl says:

    Let George do it may be my new go to line.
    👍

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  4. Jim Wheeler says:

    Lucky your lassitude lapsed.

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  5. Was it lassitude or languor or lethargy?

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