I bet she was referring to drive-by comments such as: Perfect! Epic! Neat! Cute! and Beautiful!Basically, any adjective used on Facebook loses much of its original worth. One can imagine the person glancing at his/her phone (while driving or watching a little league game or having lunch with friends) and quickly typing the single word, Perfect! in response to a photograph of a scone or a sunset.When you or I eat a scone or see a sunset -- it is quite literally, "Perfect." Hence, our legitimate use of such adjectives. ;)
Love it! I was planning on starting some herbs this week. Love those little gardener gloves, and the laundry on the line.
Jessica.I s'pose so. But I'm not a 'platitude' sort of person.I probably often say "Beautiful." and "Perfect."And I mean it. I mean it simply, and I mean it wildly. You know? Sometimes things are big, and they need a big, beautiful word. Just one. :)Darcel... mmhmm. These things do my heart and my head right. :)
this was something like 50 days in one! SO BEAUTIFUL and full of life. looks like you got a huge dose of sun and shine and yes!!!!
Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts!