It’s a new dawn. It’s a new day.


“When you throw everything up in the air anything becomes possible.”
― Salman Rushdie, The Satanic Verses

doki doki (Japanese) the anxiety when someone is doing something nervewracking

Note: this word interpretation comes from a dictionary of mine, and I checked online for accuracy. There I found another interpretation, which may mean the above isn’t right (anyone out there speak Japanese?) However, much as I like the above interpretation, I also like the online one, so here it is:

ドキドキ (dokidoki) is a word that mimics the sound of a beating heart. It is used to describe physical/emotional excitement or racing of the heart. It can indicate that someone is thrilled, excited, or nervous

psychiasis  – healing of the soul or psyche (something we don’t focus on enough in society)

quoz – absurd person or thing (my favourite kind of person or thing)

How are you all doing? I think I may be getting the hang of this isolation thing, (my biggest problem right now is that a neighbour is playing Amazing Grace extremely loud) but I know many of you aren’t or have serious problems to deal with right now, so please share. Communication is good!

14 thoughts on “It’s a new dawn. It’s a new day.

  1. Hi Petra,
    The world is going crazy. What’s the nig deal with music. When you don’t like hearing it, dance on it. Then you’ll want a replay. 🙂 All okie dokie here. 😋 Though my husband is playing loud news at night. It makes me go a little nuts… 😁

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  2. Have you ever tried dancing to Amazing Grace? It’s no toe-tapper! Glad to hear you’re okey dokie, and Colin is doing the Hokey Cokey and Nadine is all doki doki. I reckon we’re all going to be fine 😀

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