I’m going to Romania today and will be back on Monday, so no more post until next week. Hope you all ahve a good weekend.
Just before I go I’ll let you know why I keep using the word “mayhem.” It is our team’s name. We have had it since at some point during the material workshop when Julian used the word to describe us and it stuck (it was probably dring one of our resin experiments).
What is surprising is that many people don’t know this word, so here is a definition for those of you wonder what it means:
- Middle English mayme, mahaime, from Anglo-French mahaim mutilation, mayhem, from maheimer, mahaigner to maim, probably of Germanic origin; akin to Middle High German meiden gelding, Old Norse meitha to injure
- 15th century