I tweeted a selection of my Twitter followers a thank you for following me and casually asked them for their word of the day. Below are their responses.
— Robbie (@VenTime) January 6, 2014
@ariherzog anticipation. You?
— Arestia Rosenberg (@arestiaR) January 6, 2014
. @ariherzog I've been using 'gesticulate' a lot today. How about you?
— Alan Belniak (@abelniak) January 6, 2014
@ariherzog optimize. Today and tomorrow… Yours?
— Janel Pettit (@janelpettit) January 6, 2014
— Andrew Cross (@Andrew_R_Cross) January 6, 2014
@ariherzog here in the Chicago area, the only word being used is COLD. -40 wind chills tonight the tomorrow morning.
— Therese Matthys (@ThereseMatthys) January 6, 2014
@ariherzog Productive. How about you?
— Shane Barnhill (@shanebarnhill) January 6, 2014
— Maria Elena Duron (@mariaduron) January 6, 2014
— Jess K (@SocialHotPixel) January 6, 2014
— Ken Herron (@KenHerron) January 6, 2014
— Chris G. Shaw (@MOChrisShaw) January 6, 2014
— elizabeth traub (@elizabethtraub) January 6, 2014
— Evan Dunn (@marketer_social) January 6, 2014
I enjoyed reading everyone’s responses.
Oh the creativity out there!
My word of the day is bouncy. I mean, doesn’t this blog post of people’s silly-but-serious responses to a word of the day cause you to smile and bounce?