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Wednesday, June 2, 2010


A good friend inspired this post.


Main Entry: de·tox
Pronunciation: \ˈdē-ˌtäks, di-ˈtäks\
Function: noun
Usage: often attributive
Date: 1973

1 : detoxification from an intoxicating or addictive substance
2 : a detox program or facility

— detox verb

"intoxicating or addictive substance"...Facebook? Farmville? Mafia Wars? Blogs? World of Warcraft? Texting? Email? T.V? Radio? Internet?

Whatever it is you are addicted to..detox.

Goes hand in hand with Withdrawal

Main Entry: with·draw·al
Pronunciation: \-ˈdrȯ(-ə)l\
Function: noun
Date: 1749

1 a : the act of taking back or away something that has been granted or possessed
b : removal from a place of deposit or investment c (1) : the discontinuance of administration or use of a drug (2) : the syndrome of often painful physical and psychological symptoms that follows discontinuance of an addicting drug

2 a : retreat or retirement especially into a more secluded or less exposed place or position b : an operation by which a military force disengages from the enemy c (1) : social or emotional detachment (2) : a pathological retreat from objective reality (as in some schizophrenic states)

okay..don't do the whole pathological retreat thing..


Sarah Oldham said...

I don't recommend the pathological retreat thing . . . I'm lucky I survived the ones of my youth. Just trust me on that.

You are too funny!

Sarah Oldham said...

The Way of the Cross is a great retreat. ;)

Anonymous said...

I agree with Sarah, the Way of the Cross is a great retreat! You are right...we need to detox in this life. I hope you are not going to detox from blogging!!

Sarah Oldham said...

Mary, if she even tries to I'll kick her backside. HA! Just kidding! She doesn't post every day and Dawn is so differently wired from me (I feel guilty if I don't blog - or I have a compulsion to share every fart and iota, whereas Dawn definitely doesn't). ;) But, I am taking less time on the PC (even though it seems like I'm not to those who might come by my blog etc.). Facebook eats up a lot of my time where I can use it other ways: cross stitching, reading, cleaning, actually participating in life beyond this chair.

Anonymous said...

Dawn: What you did for Sarah (putting her blog into a book) was an incredibly thoughtful gesture!! How nice of you.


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