Gal·li·mau·fry means hodgepodge
Such as a gallimaufry of opinions
Gallimaufry comes from the archaic French galimafrée, of unknown origin, which might have referred to a kind of sauce or stew. Support for this comes from its earliest sense in English of a ragout or mishmash of ingredients, “a dish made by hashing up odds and ends of food”, as the Oxford English Dictionary puts it.
It’s going to take ME a while to work out this new format! You are not alone. No matter. We’ll do it together. Glad you are still working at arriving at tranquility. Sending hugs your way.
My Eeyore theory is Slow, but Steady!
Yes, please hang in there and see if you can figure out the navigation! Appreciate it!