\ RIG-muh-rohl \ , noun;
1. An elaborate or complicated procedure.
2. Confused, incoherent, foolish, or meaningless talk
When attempting to write ‘rigmarole’ in my phone, t9 suggested signarle, then rignapole. This made me laugh harder than I had laughed all day, and that made me wonder about my sense of humor.
I’m starting work tomorrow in Mars Hill, NC but I do not have a place to live yet. The whole rigmarole of finding the perfect place can be exhausting. Ideally, it’d be close to work and climbing trees, it’d be furnished because I sold mine in a moment of quarterlife crisis, and there’d be a stable landlord. My biggest problem is that I’m far from practical. I saw a room for rent that was really, really nice nice. I’m willing to pay big bucks for ‘nice’ because of a lovely hanging swing on the porch. I guess some would call that a porch swing. I dreamingly looked at the porch as I pictured the relaxing afternoons sipping freshly squeezed lemonade, reading something thought provoking, then writing about those thoughts, all while swinging in the breeze. Though if I sign the lease, I will have not money left over for the lemons to freshly squeeze them into lemonade.
Decisions, decisions. Signarle, rignapole. Rigmarole.