Wednesday Hodgepodge: 29 November-4 December 2017
Yeah, I'm late. I know you're surprised.
The Wednesday Hodgepodge appears courtesy of From This Side of the Pond.
1. What's something blogging has taught you about yourself?
... um ... that people like to read what I write? The little bit of positive feedback I get on the stuff I write is immensely encouraging --- especially when so much else of what I write isn't getting that sort of positive reinforcement. I've had people tell me I should podcast (yes, I haven't forgotten, Tim ...), but I don't know how to do that yet. So, I keep doing this, hoping that at least the practice will help keep those parts of my brain in shape.
2. Leftovers...are you in the 'reheat and eat' camp or the 'put them in the fridge until they spoil and then toss them' camp? What's your favorite thing to have leftover? What can you not abide as a leftover?
I'm all about reheating and eating leftovers. I don't know that I have a favorite or least favorite dish as a leftover, as opposed to eating it the first time.
3. 'Me time'...your thoughts?
I wish I had it. If I had it, I wish I'd know what to do with it.
I have people telling me that I absolutely have to have it, and I get that. I get snippets of 'me time' here and there --- the geocaching streak is a part of that. But I suck at self-care.
4. When people come to you for help, what do they usually want help with?
Computers. (What a surprise!)
5. If your childhood had a smell what would it be? Tell us why.
Maybe my mother's spaghetti sauce ... one of my favorite dishes growing up (and still).
6. Insert your own random thought here.
My final thought is informed a bit by events since last Wednesday, but ... why not?
It is increasingly looking like the case that Robert Mueller is building against President Trump and his associates is not so much about foreign collusion as it is about obstruction of justice.
Yet again, for those just tuning in: it's not the crime that gets you into trouble, it's the cover-up.