Good 61º cloudy had some rain almost afternoon....
By 3:30 yesterday the clouds started building up...
... and the deer were laying in the shade in the upper pasture..
Sorry this is late, but went to Tap Rock for brunch with Nancy and David. I had purchased 2 for 1 tickets for the Sunday brunch. Gadz it was GOOD! I had Eggs/Bennie w/Spinach, blackened fish, parmesan salad, roast beef, scrambled eggs, cheese blintz, strawberries, fresh pineapple/melon/grapes, and mimosas... You can go back as many times as you want, but I tried to be good~!!!
We had a good time, chatting constantly, eating, drinking! Thanks guys for going. It was fun. Mimosas.... YES! Isn't it time for a nap now????
Today Brian's Atlas would have been 13. He passed away last year. He is so missed! Sweetest dog ever!
Yesterday was Tucker's baseball game. Enjoyed that. Weather spectacular! 75º. Talked to another grandma there, Barbara. She was born in Baldwin Park, lived in Covina for a long time, and family moved to Grants Pass years ago.
I wore my RiverCats shirt and black cat earrings...
Last night I watched The Lone Ranger. OMG. This new version is soooooooooooo weird. Not only the graphic and continuous carnage but some of the characters were sickening. Johnny Depp was Tonto. Oh so odd. Armie Hammer was the Lone Ranger. Not bad. Good looking anyway. The best part was the very end when they started playing the William Tell Overture (FINALLY!) and Silver is up on his hind legs and they take off! HI OH SILVER ... AWAY! Kemo Sabe you rock!
This is the one I LOVE... Clayton Moore as The Lone Ranger... this gives me goose bumps. I grew up loving The Lone Ranger, and Hoppy, and Roy Rogers. You can't improve on something this good!
Here is the story behind the series and films...
.... and here is a quick look at the new film, crazy train scenes, and my favorite part, the William Tell Overture:
By 8:45 last night the rain started. First with some high winds and then with a few drops, then more. By 9pm it was coming down pretty good. Talked to Patty at the coast and it had been POURING for an hour there. Never did that much here, and on and off most of the night. We'll see what today brings.
I know it's hard to see, but Bruiser is laying where the old oak tree was and taken out and Dude is on the grass. They 'tolerate' each other.
Historically this date...
1783 – First United Empire Loyalists reach Parrtown (later called Saint John), New Brunswick, Canada after leaving the United States.
1860 – Abraham Lincoln wins the Republican Party presidential nomination over William H. Seward, who later becomes the United States Secretary of State.
1980 – 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens: Mount St. Helens erupts in Washington,United States, killing 57 people and causing $3 billion in damage.
1995 – Shawn Nelson, 35, steals a tank from a National Guard Armory in San Diego, destroying cars and other property and is shot to death by police after immobilizing the tank.
And births this date include...
1946 – Reggie Jackson, American baseball player
1952 – George Strait, American singer, musician, producer, and actor
All I know. Happy Sunday. Nuff said. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
No Dirty Dishes Day
No Dirty Dishes Day is a reprieve from the daily pile of dishes to wash and dry. Day after day, we do the daily chore of washing and drying dishes, then put them away in various cabinets and drawers. We perform this task after each and every meal, and often after snacks. Even putting them in and out of the dishwasher and running it, can be a chore.
You deserve a break from this routine. And, today is that day. The objective of this day is to have no dirty dishes. It is not intended to pile them up until tomorrow.
We can think of two ways to avoid dirty dishes today:
- Use disposable plates, cups and silverware for all meals and snacks.
- Take the family out to eat all three meals. Then for snack, go out for ice cream!
We strongly recommend that you do not pile up the dishes to do tomorrow. This defeats the purpose of this very special day.