Sometimes the English language can throw up a word and you use it, and you go… ‘huh?’
Like the word ‘kilter’. As in ‘Things are out of kilter at the moment’.
And the word ‘ubiquitous’. Firstly, it’s really hard to say. Secondly, it’s really hard to spell. And third, when do you actually use it other than to describe the ubiquity of social media with daily life? I don’t know when I’ve ever heard something else being ubiquitous.
Going back to ‘kilter, I want to know when things stop being out of kilter. When can I be unkiltered? or re-kiltered to life? or can I be kilteriffic?
What’s the point of this? Just to say, I’m out of kilter at the moment. I’m out of sorts. Things are off balance. I’ve currently lost groove and flow and unsure when they’ll return.
It’s ok, yo, these things happen. It doesn’t stop me being a good person, it doesn’t stop me being good at my job, it doesn’t even stop me from loving the people in my life.
I’m just out of kilter. I’ll get back on track when I am dekiltered(?).
Until then, Le Sigh.