This is one of those words that I know I have read, but never really knew what it meant. Somehow I thought it meant “hard to understand” That is kind of funny since it ends up that I did not understand it!

ubiquitous \yoo-BIK-wih-tuhs\, adjective:

Existing or being everywhere, or in all places, at the same time.

In spite of the ubiquitous beggars, gypsies and ‘naked urchins’, Skopje was an attractive town in the early part of the century.
— Anne Sebb

Some of you may have noticed the absence of posts these last two weeks- I was under the weather with a nasty virus that has been ubiquitous where I live. It was lovely to see that people still came to visit my blog even when I was curled up on the couch.