Good 44º will be warmer morning. No rain in sight. Good, because our Boatnik weekend is coming. Carnival, parade, boat races. Always fun.
Elections yesterday were great! My friend Dennis Richardson won the Republican primary for Governor.
My friend Greg Walden won the House Seat.
Weed spraying guy, Ted Evans, coming over this morning to take care of creek weeds and berry bushes.
OMG, this bird is awesome... quite the dancer!!!
Thanks Mike Cipolla!!!
This cracked me up. A vanity license plate.
What does it mean? Look at it upside down!
Pretty yesterday morning after the fog lifted....
Today is two special birthdays.... Jimmy Duran (Sgt. LASD and academy classmate of my daughter Kristen and wife of my pal Olga!) HAPPY BIRTHDAY JIMMY!!
.... and today is Richard Escalante's (Rico Suavé) birthday. Rico works at the BC Range for LASD. (an LET... Law Enforcement Tech) A friend of ours for a long time! HAPPY BIRTHDAY RICO!!!!
Historically this date...
1917 – The Great Atlanta fire of 1917 causes $5.5 million in damages, destroying some 300 acres including 2,000 homes, businesses and churches, displacing about 10,000 people but leading to only one fatality (due to heart attack).
1924 – University of Chicago students Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold, Jr. murder 14-year-old Bobby Franks in a "thrill killing".
....now this is an interesting read!
1936 – Sada Abe is arrested after wandering the streets of Tokyo for days with her dead lover's severed genitals in her hand. Her story soon becomes one of Japan's most notoriousscandals.
...OMG here's another wild murder....
1976 – The Yuba City bus disaster occurs in Martinez, California. 29 are killed making it the deadliest road accident in U.S. history.
2005 – The tallest roller coaster in the world, Kingda Ka opens at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson Township, New Jersey.
And births this date includes....
All I know. Happy Hump Day. Nuff said. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
National Waiters and Waitresses Day
National Waiters and Waitresses Day recognizes the value and importance of a good waiter or waitress. When you go out to eat, they represent the restaurant, and are all the difference between a good or a bad experience.
You already recognize your waiters and waitresses every time you go to a restaurant. That recognition comes in the form of a tip. The tip should be commensurate with the quality of the service.
You can recognize your waiters and waitresses on National Waiters and Waitresses Day by giving them a little something extra. In addition to a generous tip, a card or simple verbal recognition is sufficient.
Waiters and waitresses should recognize this day by making sure by providing exemplary service (as always).