Earlier I paid a visit to a beauty shop and could not help noticing that the beauty advisor's skin was whole, unblemished, and beautifully blushed (my apologies for an inadequate description).
What you specialize in reflects in your appearance.
For example, an athlete possesses a great body build, a hairdresser a fine hairstyle, and a manicurist impeccable nails.
When I become a teacher, I wonder how I'd look like!
Full of wisdom, hopefully.
1. causing vexation; troublesome; annoying: a vexatious situation.
2. Law . (of legal actions) instituted without sufficient grounds and serving only to cause annoyance to the defendant.
3. disorderly; confused; troubled.
Couldn't help but noting down the definition, as the term is constantly popping up in Pride and Prejudice. Nice alliteration demonstrated there, hopefully!
Finally, an interesting poem, recently posted on twitter by James Franco, who is unabashedly all kinds of awesome in my books.
Problems by Langston Hughes
2 and 2 are 4.
4 and 4 are 8.
But what would happen
If the last 4 was late?
And how would it be
If one 2 was me?
Or if the first 4 was you
Divided by 2?
Thus concluding today's sanguinely thought provoking, though rather brief post.