Have you heard that term? How was it being used? I can’t believe how many times I have heard it recently since I began watching dog rescue videos on YouTube. One vet uses it to mean he’s going to wash the rescued animal and especially clean out any open wounds. Wikipedia thinks it means getting into hot water, then into cold water, then back to warm. Also, there’s the use of whirlpools and spas. Well, here’s what Hydrotherapy for Writers is like.
Happy Fireworks and Love My Country Day! Hope everyone stays safe and wise and no fireworks end up on anyone’s head. It’s getting hotter all the time in southern California so I’m going to stay inside with the fan on. Yeah, AC is way too expensive out here where we really need it. I have a small jar where I put spare change. That money is pledged to my air conditioning fund. Which brings up the word for July. Continue reading “July Word of the Month”→