Wednesday’s Word #22

The funny thing about the word this week (besides the fact that Wednesday’s Word is on Thursday) is, it was one word, then as I began to write, it became another. My week had been going really well, things had been changing for the better, a few things got a little easier – the word was going to be a light and positive word. Instead, Wednesday was so strange, confusing and tired – so tiring I couldn’t even put two sentences together. New word:


verb: to mix up in a confused or bungling manner; jumble; to cause to become mentally confused

synonyms: confuse, botch, bungle, spoil (

I hate when things start to flow – get on the right track – then, WHAM. I have been in such a valley for so long it was relieving to finally feel a slight upward motion. It’s not that I’ve gone back downhill, just tripped over a rock. Jumbled.

To be clear, Wednesday was my dentist appointment…among other things. I hadn’t been in a while because of moving around so many times recently. I knew I was having a few issues, but sheesh….because of some medicines I am currently taking, boy do I have a FEW issues. Not what I expected. It just messed my mind up thinking about more dentist appointments in the near future…boooooo!

If you haven’t been to the dentist in a while, make an appointment now! Don’t let things go unchecked, you will just end up with more problems – or worse problems. If I can do it, you can do it.

Don’t let your mind become “muddled” or clouded with confusion. Stay focused on that upward climb, even if you trip over rocks on the way or stumble on a slide of pebbles. Remember who is the true Rock who will uplift you and not make you stumble: “Truly he is my rock and my salvation; he is my fortress, I will not be shaken.” Psalm 62:6

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