My friend Skeet, a fellow postie, just took the big plunge and moved her site from blogspot over to her brand new domain. She’s a domain virgin but she’s learning quickly.
I always enjoy reading her site, and just about any thing she writes on the forums. She’s a good hearted soul and it shows in her writing style.
On Saturday I was visiting her site and after reading one of her recent posts re-confirmed all of the reasons why I don’t like eating peanut butter. My regular readers should know by now that I dislike peanut butter and her post added another reason as to why I won’t eat the stuff. You should read about her experience as it does contain some important information.
You’d think that having worked in an all male field when I was a jeweler, and now working as a nurse in one of the busiest Emergency departments in Canada that I would have heard all of the dirty words ever invented, but there’s one that my new friend is very familiar with that I had never heard before. Perhaps it’s just not as popular in Canada as it is in the US.
So what’s the word? Well it’s Skeet. Yes, my friends nickname just happens to also be a dirty word in some circles. She actually just found out that skeet is used as a dirty word recently (just Google it), and was quite surprised since this is not only her childhood nickname, but a very common name in the Southern States. To understand how she came to be called Skeet you should read “Skeet is not a dirty word”. It’s a good read, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.
Please do give Skeet a visit and tell her that Tricia sent you. She’s a great writer and I’m certain that many of you will enjoy her writing style and outlook on life.