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Friday, September 19, 2014

Wine Glass ~ Thurs Nite Football ~ 360 Panoramas ~ Bill P ~ Dehydrated Cherry Tomatoes ~ POW/MIA Day

Good 52ยบ morning. The rain did a small amount of help with the Onion Mountain fire, but it also kept the water dropping planes grounded. The fire is now 4000 acres with 8% contained.

I got myself a new wine glass.... Hi SOW Sistas....

Football last night was of no interest...

This is spectacular.. 360 air panoramas of the world's famous places. Awesome! You can open them in full screen.

Special birthday today of my friend, Bill Postmus (LASD ret). HEY Bill, HAVE A WONDERFUL HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Bill back in the 'good old days'

... and Bill with his pretty Connie.

1796 – George Washington's farewell address is printed across America as an open letter to the public.

1881 – U.S. President James A. Garfield dies of wounds suffered in a July 2 shooting.

1952 – The United States bars Charlie Chaplin from re-entering the country after a trip to England.

1957 – First American underground nuclear bomb test.

1959 – Nikita Khrushchev is barred from visiting Disneyland.

1961 – Betty and Barney Hill claim that they saw a mysterious craft in the sky and that it tried to abduct them.

1985 – Tipper Gore and other political wives form the Parents Music Resource Center asFrank Zappa and other musicians testify at U.S. Congressional hearings on obscenity inrock music.

And births this date include....
1926 – Duke Snider, American baseball player (d. 2011)

1928 – Adam West, American actor (Oh boo.)

1933 – David McCallum, Scottish actor

1940 – Bill Medley, American singer and songwriter (The Righteous Brothers)

1941 – "Mama" Cass Elliot, American musician (d. 1974)

1960 – Mario Batali, American chef and restaurateur

1974 – Jimmy Fallon, American actor and comedian

He, like so many of those latenite show hosts thinks he's a comedic God. YUCK!

Yesterday I pulled stems and sliced in half a number of the red cherry tomatoes. An experiment. Tossed them with a little olive oil and sea salt. Then I put them in the dehydrator over night. They are teeny tiny now, but very tasty. I think I'll do something else with the rest of them...

Snack was a beautiful honey apple and honey peanut butter...

Mike, the pest control guy came by yesterday. The trap had caught another skunk and a squirrel. So far the score is Digger Squirrels 11 - Skunks 2.

All  I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
September 19th

POW/MIA Recognition Day is a day of remembrance and hope for the speedy and safe return of American Prisoners of War, and those still Missing in Action. It also seeks the return of the remains of fallen soldiers.
The first official commemoration of POW/MIAs was July 18, 1979. It was the result of resolutions passed in Congress. The first national ceremony was held on this date. Over the next several years, it was held in varying dates of the year. Finally, in 1986, The National League of Families proposed the third Friday in September as a day to recognize and remember POW/MIAs. This date was selected, as it is not associated with any wars. Each year, the president of the United States issues a proclamation on this day.
Did you know? Federal law requires the POW/MIA flag to be flown on the following days:
  • Armed Forces Day, May 16
  • Memorial Day, May 25
  • Flag Day, June 14
  • Independence Day, July 4
  • POW/MIA Day, 3rd Friday of September
  • Veterans Day, Nov. 11
You will also notice the POW/MIA flag flown at all US Post office buildings, Veterans Administration, military memorial facilities, and many U.S. government buildings.
Please take a few moments today, to remember our missing soldiers, and those held as prisoners of war. Attend a ceremony in your area. Say a prayer for POWs and MIAs. Also, write to your senators and congressman to urge continued and increased effort towards bringing every service man and woman home.