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Thursday, October 15, 2015

10-15 ~ Throw Back Thursday ~ Eggs/Spinach ~ Mike ~ Jan ~ Jason ~ Crab Cakes/SF Sourdough w/Cheese Spread

Good 46º clear sunny morning. Yesterday we topped out at 90º. Lots and lots of cumulus clouds all day too.

Back to radio codes.... 10-15 means "prisoner in custody". Typically used like "52 Tom 2 10-15 with 1" ...or something like that. Meaning the Temple City traffic unit, 2T2, is bringing someone to jail! Or..... "58 10-15 with 2" meaning the Duarte unit is bringing 2 to jail!
Happy Throw Back Thursday:
My Brian.....

Yesterday for breakfast...
2 eggs mixed with a dollop of creamy garlic sauce and some chopped fresh spinach and a mozzarella stick cut into pieces..half  the mozzarella went in the mixture and cooked for 1 minute, stirred, and cooked additional minute. Put remaining cheese pieces on top and lid and let sit for a minute or so. Then a few squirts of siracha mayonnaise...

Mike was here yesterday ... doing a lot of leaf/pine needle blowing, picking up wood from the other pasture the tree trimmers left, cleaning out the seasonal creek bed, fixing the foot bridge, etc.....

Holy Cow.... a special birthday... 
niece Jan (Dodge) Kundart ..., my former sister-in-law's daughter... Happy Birthday Jan!!! Jan is amazing... mother of 5 adopted children. Go Jan. 58 years old, really???? Whoppen?

Today is also the birthday of my neighbor's Frank and Cindy's son Jason. Wish him a HAPPY BIRTHDAY for me. I miss seeing him around.
Historically this date....
1878 – The Edison Electric Light Company begins operation.

1951 – The first episode of I Love Lucy, an American television sitcom starring Lucille BallDesi ArnazVivian Vance, and William Frawley, airs on the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS).

2003 – The Staten Island Ferry boat Andrew J. Barberi runs into a pier at the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island, killing 11 people and injuring 43.

And births this date include...
1924 – Lee Iacocca, American automotive executive

1937 – Linda Lavin, American actress

1942 – Penny Marshall, American actress and film director

1946 – Richard Carpenter, American musician (The Carpenters)

Later when Mike had finished all the yard work we sat down and chatted. Always nice. He told me about his two trips to Israel as a paramedic. He said they are so advanced in their training, that paramedic status is almost the same as an MD! He is still in contact with some people he knew over there. The funny thing is, the Israelis feel 'sorry' for us here in the US as things continue a downhill spiral thanks to our STUPID government and it's 'head'!!!!
Before Mike left he petted Bruiser, who was napping in 'his' chair... Bruiser liked Mike's finger!!!! OMG he gave Mike a kiss!!! He doesn't do that to anyone but me. Mike is the animal whisperer!
Dinner was crab cakes, artichoke hearts, spinach, and SF sourdough with Clearman's butter/cheese spread.

I topped the crab cakes with a few dollops of the Best Foods Southwestern Ranch (YUMMMMM)....
                                          OMGOOOOOD! HEAVEN!!
Here is a link on how to copy Clearman's cheese spread:
The Clearman' Northwoods Inn in San Gabriel, always a favorite place to eat... also one just like it on N. Azusa in Covina. (When I come down, Tootie, lets all go there!!!!)

Tonight's football:

All I know. Nuff said. Happy TBT. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
October 15th
White Cane Safety Day

White Cane Safety Day celebrates and recognizes the achievements of the blind and visually impaired, and their independence. That independence is represented by the white cane that they use to travel from place to place.
The white cane is an invaluable tool for the blind. It affords blind people a freedom of movement they otherwise may not have. The white cane is a well recognized symbol of independence.

If you know someone who is blind or visually impaired, celebrate this day with him or her. We suggest you let them take you for a walk.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Haha I had the same exact breakfast less tomatoes, and longhorn instead of mozzarella. .. yummo! GS