14 Mar 2018

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - WEDNESDAY HODGEPODGE

1. Best place you've been lately?



Without any hesitation, in Hurghada Egypt !

2. What's something you should say yes to today? Or this week? Or even this year?

I would shout yes if somebody would propose me to return to Hurghada 

3. Do you celebrate St. Patrick's Day in any way, shape, or form? If so tell us how. In Western cultures the color green is typically associated with jealousy, nature, good luck, and growth. What's the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word 'green'?

St. Patrick's Day is completely unknown in Belgium. The color green is considered as a "cold" color by painters and I don't like it at all for furniture, clothes, decorations etc,  but I love all greens in nature, woods, pastures, parks, gardens  .....

4. What's a product or service you love so much you'd happily be their spokesperson? Tell us what makes you such a fan.

I am a fan of nothing. I love something or not. I can defend a cause when I believe in it, even be their spokesperson, but nothing comes into my mind right now to answer this question. 

5. March 14th is Pi Day. How are your math skills? What's the last thing you did that required math of any kind? And most importantly do you like pie? What's your favorite kind? With ice cream, whipped cream, or please hold the cream?

I never heard about a Pi day and for those who are in the same case as me I looked it up and found :

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Pi has been calculated to over one trillion digits beyond its decimal point. etc etc.

Celebrated around the world ???? I doubt about it very much ! and as I never bake pies, I don't have to calculate. Anyway I hate calculations and praise the day calculators had been invented !

6. Insert your own random thought here.

I need to do some shopping and think about what to buy. It rains cats and dogs and I wonder if  I will go or not. 







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9 comments:

Mara said...

I love apple pie. And I think I might be reasonably okay with counting and such, but don't go asking me about difficult things.

Preppy Empty Nester said...

I love your Wordless Wednesday photos! Have a great week.

NC Sue said...

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Jane said...

Great post, I like all kinds of pies whether savoury or sweet. Despite being from the UK ( English but live in Scotland) We don't celebrity St Patricks Day in our house, hopeless at anything Math's related. Thanks for sharing :)

Linens and Royals said...

St Patrick's day is popular here but I don't bother to celebrate even though I have Irish ancestors. Green doesn't suit me and is a bad luck colour I've heard. Pi or pie? Pi confused me at school, I know it had something to do with with the size of a circle. I have been known in a past life to make a very nice apple pie to serve with custard and my late mother made very tasty meat pies but now I have better things to do than slave over a hot oven.

diane b said...

Love the last shot. He's got a big hat.

Tamago said...

I've heard of Pi Day but never paid much attention. I do appreciate the invention of calculators :-)

Elizabeth Day said...

It was so good to meet you today. I was in Egypt many years ago and also enjoyed the places we visited. They were mostly the tourist spots though. What would we do without calculators!

Loree said...

My son was telling me about Pi Day. I had never heard of it.