which in the current generation’s vernacular means a “good thing”,”hot”, as in my baby boomer generation’s “cool” or “groovy”. Go figure.
ought not to mind; he was quick and elegant like Mercury
, so simplifying his name day should make him happy. While I am on the topic, I’ve changed February (very hard to pronounce b/c one does pronounce the “r”) to “Marven”.
January, Marven, March…
Has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?
What say you, dear readers?