intrepid in-TREP-id, adjective:
Fearless; bold; brave; undaunted; courageous; as, an intrepid soldier; intrepid spirit.
Intrepid comes from Latin intrepidus, “calm,” from in-, “not” + trepidus, “anxious, disturbed.”
Synonyms: dauntless, resolute, daring, valiant, heroic.
Of all my relatives, my favorite was always Uncle Bill. I liked him even better than I liked my mom (whom I loved) because uncle Bill was never in position of having to make me eat mushrooms, and even if he had been, he probably wouldn’t have.
Cable guy will be here between 11 and 4 today. So I’m going to hop in the shower, and then move the tube nearer to the outlet. I slept like the dead last night… once I move the TV, I’ll finish transcribing.
I have an odd feeling this morning…cant put my finger on it. Tense? Not really. I’ll figure it out, or it’ll fly away n the shower.
I really sort of want one. Started Transcribing, but I’m tooooo tired.
I’ll finish it in the morning.
Sweet dreams, all. I’m going to hit the sack.