Mystery Blogger

Awhile ago Mitch nominated me for the “Mystery Blogger Award.”  That kind of fits as I am a bit of a mystery.  Here’s his post on the subject:  my-mystery-blogger-award

Normally I don’t participate in these awards as I don’t have the time to devote to it, but Mitch is a special case and I thought I’d at least answer the questions he posed – okay it’s a month late, but here they are:

1. What moment or choice in your past do you wish you could undo

umm, my lawyer said I should never talk about that without him being present.

2.  Funniest movie/s you ever saw?

The Muppet Movie.  This is also a great example of positive leadership skills.  Just listen to Kermit, “Hi, I’m going to Hollywood to be rich and famous, you want to to come along?”

3.  Greatest song/s you’ve ever heard?

That’s a long, long list, but I have to put “The Sounds of Silence” very close to the top.

4.  Greatest truth you’ve ever learned?

God is.

5.  What are the last words you want to hear before dying, and/or the first words you want to hear after dying?

Before I die, I’d like to hear, “You will be missed.”  After I die in this life I’d like to hear: anything, really just something.

And three things about me:

  1. I have a baby face, must people guess that I am ten years younger than I am.  It’s a burden I carry.
  2. I am slightly deaf in my left ear.  I SAID, I’M SLIGHTLY DEAF IN MY LEFT EAR.
  3. I’ve driven the same car since 2006 and am trying to avoid buying a new car this decade.

Finally – Mitch you do deserve this award.  You are a mystery to me.


About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I worked in the high tech world doing software release engineering and am now retired. Then I got prostate cancer. Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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12 Responses to Mystery Blogger

  1. Ha! You made me laugh – good answers! And I’m definitely with you on the car thing. I’m still sorry I had to sell my 1998 Saturn, and I’m particularly sorry that I ended up with my 2017 Escape. It’s fun to drive, but it’s been a complete lemon – already been to the shop more times in the first year and half than my Saturn needed in the entire 18 years I owned it. Sigh.

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  2. GlacierLife says:

    The inner machinations of your mind are an enigma ?


  3. timkeen40 says:

    I have a car in my driveway that we bought in 2004. It rolled out of the factory in 1998. It is my favorite make and model. Paid for.
    I like your answer to the first thing you want to hear when you get to the other side.
    Anything at all.
    That’s what we all want, right? For this thing to not end? Even hell is preferable to nothing?

    Thought provoking at always.


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  4. mitchteemley says:

    Rock on, mystery man!

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  5. Interesting tidbits, Andrew. My greatest truth is also about God but a tad different: God is ‘dog’ spelled backward. That explains a lot doesn’t it?

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  6. jfwknifton says:

    Somebody who has the same car policy as me!!

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