Today L is for Luck.
It could also be for Lucky, but I think I like Luck better.
As in, "good luck," which is kinder and more authentic than simply calling someone "lucky." "Good Luck" implies that you mean them well and have good intentions.
No, I'll take that back, as well. Because a person can also say "Good Luck" with a sneer in his voice, with equal emphasis on both words, and in comes out as sarcastic, which is not positive and may not be said with good intention.
So maybe Language and/or Linguistics are other good words for today, as well. Yes, I think so.
And isn't it appropriate that I, as a writer and as a sign language interpreter, would say a few words about L
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Or as a writer I might sometimes wish for a bit of Luck as I sit down at the computer and turn it on - or wake it up is more accurate unless we're talking about meeting a friend for writing in a cafe or midnight:01 at the beginning of NaNoWriMo which is usually at a cafe or some other 24-
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All very good L words and I'll take all three today.
L is for Luck and Language and Linguistics.