Gallimaufry

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.

Arriving at Tranquility

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  1. Bonnie Windsor on August 15, 2020 at 7:07 pm

    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.

    • Arriving at Tranquility on August 16, 2020 at 1:47 pm

      My Eeyore theory is Slow, but Steady!

      Yes, please hang in there and see if you can figure out the navigation! Appreciate it!

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