Why is it that we no longer think of geographical locations when we say, "bath" or "spa?" If we think, "bath," we think of a livestock trough that's been dragged indoors and filled with clean water. We think of "spa" as the livestock trough with jets of water shooting through it. Bath is in the UK and Spa is in Belgium, but how many know that today? Let's all go to Spa, Belgium, hop into one of its mineral springs, and write about it!
Can't speak for others but I hadn't realised that was our word...I just thought it was a query about the word spa. I'll have one with you tomorrow (Dentist appointment today in a city an hour and a half away.)
"No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money." Samuel Johnson.
I sent one, and I think my hubby did as well. Sorry for the delay. I have been out of town for almost 2 weeks straight. At one point, I gave 7 presentations in 5 days. Things are slowing down, though, thankfully.