It isn’t often that one is present at the birth of a new word but, friends, you are here to witness it.
On my FB group Ailsa and Friends we decided that we weren’t doing resolutions this New Year as it is too constrictive and leads to major guilt issues. So we came up with the verb – to wisholute and the noun wisholushion. These are things you wish will happen, maybe changes you want to make in yourself but you are practical enough to realise that they may not come true.
Relieve the burden of guilt. Nobody minds if wishes don’t come true and we don’t feel like failures, but it is fabulous if they do.
If you want to join my group, nothing easier, make sure you are on my friends list and then come and ask to join. It is a quiet gathering of my mates, minimal advertising, no drama and lots of chat.
Also – don’t forget that you don’t have much longer to grab 100s of Crooked Cat eBooks for the reduced price of 77 p or equivalent on all Amazon sites (including mine, of course, tee hee)
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6 thoughts on “Wisholushions”
Reblogged this on The Knitted Curiosity Cabinet and commented:
Ailsa’s wonderful new word, Wisholution™. To recognise the fact that we’re not really going to keep those resolutions. Are we?
No we aren’t, Yvonne but the intention is there. It might even work better this way.
Great new word Ailsa. We can all use a new word in our lives once in a while. 🙂
I love it. Wisholutions here I come!
I’ve already made a few wisholushions and I’m wishing as hard as I can!
I’m just about to blog about mine – some don’t rely on me but….