The Wednesday Hodgepodge is courtesy of From This Side of The Pond.
I haven't jumped on, I haven't jumped off. Of the types of food items I buy regularly, there just isn't anything that comes with pumpkin spice this season. I enjoy the taste of pumpkin, though.
I'm not sure there's anything I think of as "impossible" (well, except for the mathematically impossible stuff I teach about). For the most part, we can find a way to do anything we choose to do, and we can find an excuse to do anything we don't want to do.
Michigan has the apple blossom as its flower. It's a nice enough flower, I suppose. I need to get out and appreciate nature more ... it's hard for me to have an opinion on the suitability of flowers. There is a significant agricultural (and, specifically, apple-growing) component to the state of Michigan, of course, so the choice of the apple blossom is at least appropriate.
Honestly? National politics. As a red voter in an overwhelmingly blue district, it's hard for me to get excited about anything about national politics, because there's little I can do to affect it.
Oh, golly ... I'm not sure I could even name someone. I admire the composition skills of John Williams ... does that count?
S'mores ... eh. Awfully messy. And, these days, it's not like I need the extra calories, even though all I seem to do is get larger and larger. Don't really have an autumn bucket list.
Cedarville, Michigan ... because of the camping we do there every year, and the summer I spent working there long ago.
I can't be this tired only a week into the new semester ...