giddy [gid-ee] adjective, giddier, giddiest.
1. affected with vertigo; dizzy.
2. attended with or causing dizziness: a giddy climb.
3. frivolous and lighthearted; impulsive; flighty: a giddy young person.
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), giddied, giddying.
4. to make or become giddy.
I love to look up the meaning of words. Frequently it's an interesting lesson and doesn't really mean what I intended. I've been saying that I feel giddy lately... meaning more "elated" as it was used in the 1540's... interesting. Jubilant is a great word as well... overjoyed or ecstatic. I guess giddy seems more childlike in an innocent sweet way rather than "frivolous."
I think the giddy feelings started when I was visiting Colorado... I was in a serious mid life crisis funk when I first arrived then after listening to some conversations with god and letting go of my funkiness I fell into a bit of giddiness... Like knowing a secret that no one else is aware of... that is right in front of them constantly. It's funny not tragic because life itself is just basically here for us to play around and discover ourselves. That everyone, nearly, takes everything so damn serious I find excessively amusing.
Laurie Anne McCauley
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I decided back in November 2015 to make my poetry available and journal online. I'm not exactly sure what "blogging" means but I am quite sure this is an online journal. Feel free to read on with an aire of open minded curiosity. At no time do I intend to offend, judge or pretend to know anything really, I'm just an observer and explorer, as we all are. Feel free to "boldly go" through my observations and perhaps it will spark or inspire. Comments are off because I don't want to be worried about political correctness when I'm writing. I'm not thinking about "you." I'm just writing because it feels "right". Feel free to enjoy or surf on.
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