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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Wedding Fork ~ Turkeys ~ Geese ~ Homemade Soup ~ Woodpecker Pole! ~ Dude & Bruise

Good freekin' cold 25º icy cloudy morning!!!!  Sheeesh......

Ok, get out the Kleenex.... this from my pal Patty. You can't watch this with dry eyes! 

Now you need a laugh...

OMG, yesterday I heard a commotion of running on the porch. Went out and here was Dude and Bruiser chasing a vole!! Didn't hang around. Hate to see any critter killed. I'm sure between the two of them they got it! YUCK. Oh wait, yes the Bruise did, I found the guts..... he won't eat the intestines or the heart.

The turkeys were out and flashing feathers for the girls. Mating season for those guys...
Some have red waddles and some blue.....

At the same time the geese were on the barn roof making a commotion.... they honk and honk and then the rest of the geese show up. About 8 or 9 of them this year. The same 3 are always back.

Since yesterday was National Homemade Soup Day I had to make some... cut up and sauteéd some chicken thighs. Add chicken stock to the crockpot along with garlic, onion, basil and some fire roasted diced tomatoes, and half a jar of leftover Alfredo Sauce....

Cut up the bacon, broccoli and cauliflower and mushrooms, added to pot ... added in artichoke hearts with the liquid, white cheddar mac and cheese package, butter, and some of Jennifer's fresh squeezed Meyer Lemons.
Set on low for 8 hours.

This soup was AWESOMELY GOOD!!!!!

A year ago I got a new utility pole... the woodpeckers were filling it with holes. Looked up yesterday and here are a bunch of holes in the new pole already~

Went into town to the post office to pick up some packages... one was a new cover for "Dude's couch"!
Yep, Mom, I like it!
That's good, because I like my bed too Mom. It's next to your desk so I can keep an eye on you!

Historically this date...
1917 – The Congress of the United States passes theImmigration Act of 1917 over President Woodrow Wilson's veto. Also known as the Asiatic Barred Zone Act, it forbade immigration from nearly all of south and southeast Asia. on the act title...interesting text in this ....

1918 – Stephen W. Thompson shoots down a German airplane. It is the first aerial victory by the U.S. military.

1958 – A hydrogen bomb known as the Tybee Bomb is lost by the US Air Force off the coast of Savannah, Georgia, never to be recovered.
..................hmmmmmmmmmm, wouldn't want to go diving down there!

And births this date include....
1848 – Belle Starr, American outlaw (d. 1889)
.........My God, what a life. Totally wild and out of control. Her son suspected in her murder, but never proven. Daughter was a trollop like her mother. Interesting read.

1906 – John Carradine, American actor (d. 1988)

Remember when we saw him, Sandy? We were coming out of the parking garage at my dental surgeon's after my wisdom teeth were 'dug out' and John was walking down Sunset Blvd in front of us! No camera! Dang.

1908 – Daisy and Violet Hilton, British conjoined twins (d. 1969)'s another OMG. Poor things. 60 years conjoined and a very sad death.

1919 – Red Buttons, American actor (d. 2006)

I loved the movie Sayonara. He got an Oscar for his roll.

1934 – Hank Aaron. American baseball player

1942 – Roger Staubach, American football player

Facebook now lets you make a "movie" of your FB history... Check mine at:

All I know. 
 Nuff said. Ciao.

xo Sue Mom Bobo
February 5th...
5th? I'll take a 5th. You? (giggle)

National Chocolate Fondue Day