Good 55º full moon day.
Early yesterday morning when I was laying in bed awake at 5am...ugh... I was looking up at the ceiling and my projection clock... it then dawned on me, pun, that the reason Jack Webb, aka Joe Friday, had badge 714 was because it's 417 backwards! Ya think???
He had a daughter with Julie London and she was killed in a collision with a patrol car!!
We are all out for electing Dennis Richardson for our next Governor...
Yesterday was the first day of school for my two sweet grandchildren, Alex and Jack. Alex is a senior this year and Jack a freshman.... adorable!
..... this one a few years back... like 8 years ago..first day..
Sooooooo cute!!! ♥♥
Historically this date...
1910 – The Great Fire of 1910 (also commonly referred to as the Big Blowup or the Big Burn) occurred in northeast Washington, northern Idaho (the panhandle), and western Montana, burning approximately 3 million acres.
1986 – In Edmond, Oklahoma, U.S. Postal employee Patrick Sherrill guns down 14 of his co-workers and then commits suicide.
.....hence the term "going postal".
And births this date include a bunch of people, none of which flip my skirt!
Dinner last night was an experiment... Jasmine rice, Thai Red rice, diced tomatoes, Cranberry/Chicken meatballs (Costco), mushrooms, green beans, red bell pepper....
Red wine, chopped onion, garlic, basil.... Oh, and some chicken stock...
Meatballs go into crockpot with tomatoes and spices and wine...turn on high. The meatballs are already cooked, so this was just heating them. Chop veggies...
I cooked the rice, topped with a little of the red rice, in my new rice cooker.
Then added it to the crockpot along with the veggies and let it cook on low for about 1½ hours.....
Plated it and added some tomatoes! YUMMMMMMMMMMMM!
All I know. Happy Tuesday. Thunder showers heading our way. Nuff said. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
National Lemonade Day
National Radio Day
This is the radio I got in 1957.... leather. Put it on the front porch, turned on the music, and used a push mower to mow the lawn.
This is one I have a TV on in my dining room....
National Radio Day celebrates a great invention and communications medium.
The invention of the radio dates back to the late 1800s. A number of inventors played a role in creating this important medium. A number of inventions and discoveries were required to make the radio a reality. This included both transmission and reception methods and technology. The radio somewhat evolved from the telegraph and the telephone, with wireless telegraph directly contributing to its invention.
Celebrating National Radio Day is easy listening. Simply tune into your favorite radio stations(s).