That’s the word for the week. “Indubitable.” Do you know what it means? I was actually looking up synonyms for “authentic” and “real” and “transparent,” and I stumbled across “indubitable.” Of course, I immediately recalled a School House Rock episode from my childhood. I think it was the one on adverbs, and the word was actually “indubitably.” It’s still playing in my head as I write.
Anyway, indubitable means undoubted or certain, and it’s not exactly the word I was looking for, but I figured “real” and “transparent” are already in most people’s vernacular. However, “Indubitable” you may have forgotten about. So use it a few times this week. Hopefully, you can find something to apply it to. Here are some ideas:
“That weatherman was indubitable in his forecast about hurricane Sandy.”
“Aren’t you indubitable about what you want for dinner!”
Oh, and the whole reason I was looking for synonyms to “real” and “transparent” was because I realized something yesterday. I realized i can totally mess up on this website, make mistakes for the world to see, and it will completely be okay. It’s okay for you to see that I don’t know how to set up a website, and I’m not in a financial position to pay someone else to do it. And it’s okay that it’s “under construction” and you’re still here. (I had thought about diverting traffic to an “under construction” page while I tried to figure all of this out, but why not let you in on my mess up’s as I go along?) After all, the name of the website is “messed up and broken.”
It’s okay that it’s not perfect. I’m not perfect either, and I’m okay with that too. It’s taken me a long time to be comfortable with letting people see the real me. I’m not always indubitable about that, but for today I am. And for tomorrow, there’s the delete feature! Peace!
And in case I’ve gotten that School House Rock song stuck in your head, here’s the link! (I hope it works. This is my first time posting a link!) You have to listen all the way to the end!