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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Rain ~ Pretty Sky ~ Tamales ~ Stuff

Good 41º raining morning. The winds started up last night and hit about 40mph! In the middle of the night the rain started and at 5am it was POURING! So far we've gotten 1/2"!
Outside yesterday and my seasonal creek is wayyyyyy down... Earlier this year you could kayak in it!!
The sky was pretty yesterday when the sun was coming over the mountain....

Lunch/Dinner was some tamales I found in the freezer. I sliced them open lengthwise, poured on some green enchilada sauce, and added a bunch of cheese! Heated in the microwave. OMGOOOOOOOD!!

Historically this date...
1846 – The Donner Party of pioneers departs Springfield, Illinois, for California, on what will become a year-long journey of hardship, cannibalism, and survival.

1860 – The first Pony Express rider reaches Sacramento, California.

1865 – U.S. Secretary of State William H. Seward and his family are attacked in his home by Lewis Powell.

1969 – At the U.S. Academy Awards there is a tie for the Academy Award for Best Actress between Katharine Hepburn and Barbra Streisand.

And births this date includes.....
1925 – Rod Steiger, American actor (d. 2002)
I always thought he was beyond strange!


1930 – Bradford Dillman, American actor


1932 – Loretta Lynn, American country musician/singer


1936 – Frank Serpico, American policeman

1941 – Julie Christie, British actress


1941 – Pete Rose, American baseball player


1977 – Chandra Levy, American intern (d. 2001)
Later it was chair (ahhhhhh), wine (double ahhhhhhh), and TV. Sooooooooooooooooo good to be home. Dude is happy. Bruiser is happy. Bruiser is so happy he even let UPS Dave pet him!!!
All for now. Nuff said. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
April 14th
National Pecan Day

Pecan Day is a rather nutty day. Its a day to celebrate and enjoy popular, tasty pecans. Apparently, someone thought that it was such a great nut, that they created two days to celebrate Pecans. One in March, and the other in April. A little nutty perhaps, but true. 
Name the only nut tree native to North America. ... You guessed it........ Pecan trees.

Celebrate Pecan Day and National Pecan Day by cracking open and eating a few pecan nuts. Also, have some pecan pie.


Anonymous said...

It's good to have you back! Hope you get those taxes done in time and sent in. Ug!

Loretta Lynn still looks good at her age.

I had tamales for my brunch yesterday. Xlent tamales.

Hugs! XOX Trisha

Oregon Sue said...

Thanks T. Got the taxes done, they go in the mail today. Tamales are even better fixed the way I did. Try it sometime. xoxo

Lydia said...

Welcome home. The tamales look good. Pecan pie sounds wonderful.

Anonymous said...

Sue, Soooooo happy you're back and the blog is back. :) Love tamales and the green sauce I always have in my pantry....topped with cheese...perfect! I used to travel a great deal in business and it's ALWAYS good to get back to the "homestead' and pets, etc. Sip some of that great Oregon vino for me. E.

Oregon Sue said...

Thank you ladies! Yes, E, getting back home is the BEST!!! Me drink wine???? LOL. YES!!!!!! xo

Anonymous said...

Missed you!!