The Morning Dawdler Q&A – 1/23/23

an egg is an egg is an egg

poached, over-easy, over-hard, over-medium, sunnyside up, coddled, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, basted eggs, baked eggs, soft-scrambled, hard-scrambled, creamy scrambled, omelets and frittatas, deviled eggs, Eggs Benedict.

I love eggs any way and any time of the day, preferably a mushroom, swiss cheese, and spinach omelet. Thank you for asking‽*

“If anyone does not have three minutes in his life to make an omelette, then life is not worth living.”
― Raymond Blanc

 “Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.” Stephen R. Covey

“The word listen contains the same letters as the word silent.” Alfred Brendel

“Learn to listen. Opportunity sometimes knocks very softly.” Anonymous

I’m much calmer than I used to be. As my mom used to say “rise up above it.

“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.”
― Douglas Adams

Bye, bye!

*I learned something new the other day compliments of one of my fellow bloggers, Tom at The Mansionic Perspective. The punctuation mark ‽ is an Interrobang. Definition –

  1. A punctuation mark (‽) in the form of a question mark superimposed on an exclamation point, used to end a simultaneous question and exclamation.
  2. The symbol  (combination of ? and !).

Rory’s Morning Dawdler

What is the best way to cook an egg, and what is your favourite egg dish?

What makes for a good listener, and are you one, or do you only hear people as noise?

How well can you control your emotions, and is it hard to keep them in check with moments and times when you feel passionate or angry with others or situations?

Is it necessary for you to be remembered by others for your contribution to life?

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29 thoughts on “The Morning Dawdler Q&A – 1/23/23

    1. When we make eggs at home, they are usually fried, scrambled, or in egg salad. I save my yen for omelets when we eat out.


  1. I don’t eat that many eggs, Eugenia, but scrambled, fried, poached, boiled, and in quiches/omelettes are some of my favourite ways when I do eat them!
    And the interrobang shall become a well-used form of punctuation, I believe! 🙂It just needs more exposure… doesn’t it‽

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  2. I enjoy making ‘egg pie’ I use the whole egg (store bought crust base) – and whatever veggie looks good along with some Cheddar and Swiss 🙂

    But it was nice the other morning when hubby made breakfast!
    Scrambled with Turkey bacon and toast!

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