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Mélange

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A Melange of books.

mé·lange

[mey-lahnzh, -lahnj]  Show IPA

noun, plural mé·langes  [mey-lahnzh, -lahn-jiz]

a mixture; medley.
Origin: 
1645–55;  < French; Old French meslance,  equivalent to mesl ( er ) to mix (see meddle) + -ance  noun suffix≪ Germanic -ingō -ing1
I just thought Mé·lange sounded cooler for me to use than potpourri.
This page is my mishmash, my hodgepodge, my salmagundi, my goulash, my proverbial stew of all things me. My Forrest Gump Box of Chocolates. On this page, you never know what you might get. 🙂

 

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