Wondering What Life Is For: Broccoslaw

The great blogger Renard has again graciously hosted my humble funky post on his site https://renardsworld.wordpress.com. Enjoy, Beautiful People!

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Zeus was in a quandary. The supreme and most powerful of Ancient Greek Deities, Awesome and Horrible, and a prolific philanderer, he was not a great intellectual. Sadly, he was not a great prophet either, so between coming up with confusing prophecies and being unable to interpret them, he would often break out in a sweat. Actually, thinking was such an immensely strenuous activity for the Main Chief of the Greek Pantheon, that poor Zeus would be sweating bullets.


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  1. spearfruit says:

    Nice post…Interesting story Dolly.

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    1. Thank you so much, Gary!
      I hope you are well.

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    1. I wish I could send it to you by e-mail!

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      1. I would love that, Dolly. 💕

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      2. I hope someone somewhere is working on this technology…

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  3. That was a fun history lesson, and it looks like a great recipe.

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Mimi.

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  4. purpleslob says:

    Love me some broccoslaw!!

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    1. I wish I could send you some by e-mail, my favorite purple person! And I have just thought of a way of making it purple – you just wait…

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      1. purpleslob says:

        YAY!! I just had some Sat. Boy, I sure did want it to be purple!!

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      2. That’s easy to do, Melinda – just add some grated beets or even beet juice. Alternatively, mix in some shredded red cabbage.

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      3. purpleslob says:

        You always know just what to do with food! Thanks!

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      4. My pleasure, dear purple person. Now I want to make some purple slaw, just for you!

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      5. purpleslob says:

        Yes, please!! How are you faring, my dear Dolly? I hope u r well.

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      6. We are fine, thank G-d. I am staying at home, very busy working, virtually holding hands of those of my students who are lost in virtual space. I hope you are doing well, too, dear Melinda.

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  5. Great post and incentive for Zeus. I awaited Neptune’s response. LOL! Entertaining, complimentary videos too! 💕☕️☕️

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    1. Ha! Neptune was busy gobbling up hiyashi wakame salad. Thank you, darling, for stopping by.

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  6. Great posting again, Dolly! Thank you for the laughter too. Will head over to Renard. Best wishes, Michael

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    1. Thank you very much, Michael. Be well and stay safe!

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      1. Thank you too, Dolly! Important information, and as always great entertainment too.

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      2. You are too kind, Michael!

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Nancy!

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