Fun Phrase Friday: Head in the Clouds

Happy Friday!

This weeks fun phrase is ” Head in the Clouds”

Meaning: Abstracted; Absent minded.

History: The phrase used to be “head in the air,” but that apparently didn’t convey the notion adequately and the head had to be all the way to the clouds. Trawl gave a sharp example of the characterization in 1903; ” The Laureate crost over the lawn with with the dreamy head-in-air gait that was known through five parishes round .”

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