Good 39º morning. Had more rain yesterday, almost 1/4". 50% chance today.
Yesterday was filled with excitement.... house cleaning duties. Yippeeee.... Yawn. Maggie and I did take the trash to the can and put it out on the road. On the way back we stopped and talked to Frank and Cindy and Maggie and Lucy had a sniff fest. Cindy gave me a tomato plant, so when the weather promises not to freeze anymore, I will put it in the ground.
Again, I found a bunch of old photos and have put them in envelopes and will mail them to respective participants in the photos. Some from a wedding in 1967, some family photos, I emailed a picture of my old high school friend Anne and her boyfriend, I'm thinking from 1965 or 66. My my, we were young!
In this one, Sandy Todoran and Kathy O'Brien .. next Patty Hite, and can't remember the other girl. This was our friend Sue Shewalter's wedding. She married John Hite. (Just FYI for you Wilsonites)
Historically this date....
He was 27, and died at age 40.
1843 – The first major wagon train heading for the Pacific Northwest sets out on the Oregon Trail with one thousand pioneers from Elm Grove, Missouri.
replaces it with the five cent piece, or nickel.
1951 – The first regularly scheduled transatlantic flights begin between Idlewild Airport (now John F Kennedy International Airport) in New York City and Heathrow Airport in London, operated by El Al Israel Airlines.
1960 – Nikita Khrushchev demands an apology from U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower for U-2 spy plane flights over the Soviet Union thus ending a Big Four summit in Paris.
1988 – A report by United States' Surgeon General C. Everett Koop states that the addictive properties of nicotine are similar to those of heroin and cocaine.
And births this date include....
(Just for you, Tootie!)
1955 – Debra Winger, American actress
So, pest control guy coming out today to take care of the mole in the back, termite prevention in the barn, and ants in my bathroom.
Be careful out there with that nearly full moon!
National Coquilles St. Jacques Day (Scallops!)
This is one of my most favorite recipes...
Except Rachael Ray uses vermouth for the sauce and I add lemon juice instead and several pats of butter. Makes a HEAVENLY sauce.