Screw it. I’m going to go ahead and put it out there: I have zeroooooo clue about geography.
It’s really sort of incredible.
I mean, I know I’m not like EC Synkowski smart. I can’t tell you how mitochondria are connected to…or, if that’s even something that connects to something…but, I’m fairly confident they are things that are found in the human body. And, while I don’t know what the word is called when food is charred on the grill and some people think that whole process makes the food toxic and dangerous for our bodies, I am highly proficient at Google and can figure out how to look that up and find out what the word is.
It comes up in my class at least once a week. We always get these great visitors from other countries dropping in to take a class, and my default greeting is always, “HOLA!” I don’t know why. Even if they’re from England or some other country that speaks our language.
I actually just asked someone from the Ukraine how they like living in South America.
Speaking of South America, I still have trouble understanding why Spain is in Europe and not in South America. I just feel like since they speak Spanish so much in Central and South America that Spain should be down there somewhere, and not near Italy. Now that I think of it, I’m even wondering if they speak Spanish all that much down there. Mehhh.
This is one of those posts I wish I had the chance to write at 5am this morning when I got up to write, and not at 9pm when I am sick and was half asleep about 90 minutes ago, because now I’m pretty sure I sound like a complete space shot…when that is actually not far from the truth, but I’m not really that bad.
But, I definitely have no idea what mitochondria is or what it does.