This week’s word is a literal apology – be-sárgian is a verb meaning to lament, wail, mourn, or be sorry for, which may seem a touch dramatic for simply apologising for having missed some words lately, but I felt it suitable.
There was no word last week, and this word’s week is rather truncated, because I’m working on shifting an on-going project to the blog: my Year and a Day photo challenge. On 1 January 2014, I challenged myself to take a photo for every single day of this year. I’ve missed a handful of days so far, and have thus had to come up with a compromise for days on which no photo is taken (I try my best to find a photo taken on the date in question from years past), but by and large the project has turned out to be a pretty eye-opening exploration of what it is I spend all my time doing here.
My goal is to have a new page up and running for the gallery by next week, as well as a shiny new word, so do come back and take a look!