Word of the Month

Levity: humor or frivolity, especially the treatment of a serious matter with humor or in a manner lacking due respect.

I was in conversation with a co-worker one day when he sprung this word on me. Now, I know I’ve heard it in the past, but I had to look it up (no judgement!). It’s always astounding to me when you stumble upon those words that aptly describe a person, situation, etc. that they could hold the weight of a sentence solitarily [ie: jaunt, dalliance, serendipity] .

While I’ve found many words fitting for other people, never have I found a word that so aptly describes me (well, besides charming, quirky and captivating). However, levitizing (pretty sure this is not a word, go with it) is something that I do on a daily basis. It’s like I found the glass slipper of nouns for myself. Hopefully I was able to expand upon your vocabulary for the day! Ta-ta.

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