Notes from our Hodgepodge hostess: "Here are the questions to this week's Wednesday Hodgepodge. Answer on your own blog, then hop back here tomorrow to share answers with the universe. Here we go-"
1. "The cure for anything is salt water-tears, sweat, or the sea." (Isak Dinesan) Would you agree? Of the three, which has 'cured' you most recently?
None of those that I can think of! Didn't Isak like chocolate?
2. What's something you can't eat without salt? Do you normally salt your food a lot, a little, or not at all?
A few years ago, we were very very low salt around here (a medical need), and I had a low-sodium food blog as well. Since then we have eased back into our normal amount of sauerkraut. But I was eating awhile back with some friends from the U.S., and they said that Canadian food generally seemed undersalted. So maybe there's a cross-border difference between "a little" and "a lot."
3. Sands of time, bury your head in the sand, built on sand, or draw a line in the sand...which sandy phrase could best be applied to something in your life right now?
Sands through the hourglass?
4. A favorite book, movie, or song with an island setting or theme?
This is just for any of the Squirrelings who stop by here:
5. Yesterday-did you run your day or did it run you? How so?
I am at the tail end of a writing project, so I'm trying to pretend like I'm on a desert island without too many distractions.
6. You're on an island holiday. Will I most likely find you parked in a beach chair, shopping in town, on the back of a jet ski, or snorkeling off the back of a catamaran?
No idea, I haven't been on an island holiday since I was three. No, wait, I guess Prince Edward Island counts too, right? Not exactly tropical, but it is an island. But that was a long time ago too.
The beach chair sounds nice.
7. What do you think we humans most take for granted?
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Mr. Fixit told me yesterday that he is getting pumped to do some more cleaning out (this time mostly mancave stuff). I've already been through a lot of the typical online lists of things to trim down (like the Scavenger Hunt we did last year), but here's another one I found with some fun ideas.
Linked from the Wednesday Hodgepodge at From This Side of the Pond.