Good 47º cloudy morning.
Yesterday the rain came and went all day. Never long enough for much, but nice! We warmed all the way up to 61º !
ALL day long yesterday I worked with my computer. I did a system restore. I uninstalled AOL, or at least I thought I did. Then I reinstalled AOL and it still didn't work. I finally got the laptop on again and ordered a new computer from Dell. It should be here in a few days. Meantime, Mr. Laptop is working ok. It's just s-l-o-w !
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Some disturbing news was in the local paper Wednesday and yesterday and on the news last night... a friend, former Deputy Paul Allgood was shot, and according to his new gf it was his ex-wife, which would be Tammy. Here is the article..
It has been awhile since I have seen Paul and Tammy. The last time the "girls" got together Tammy was acting super strange and left in a huff. According to a source, Tammy had been institutionalized for a time. I tried finding Paul on Wednesday but no information was available from either the hospital or local police. He was apparently released yesterday.
Historically this date..
1862 – U.S. President Abraham Lincoln signs the Homestead Act into law. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homestead_Act
1873 – Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis receive a U.S. patent for blue jeans with copper rivets.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levi_Strauss
1927 – At 07:52 Charles Lindbergh takes off from Roosevelt Field in Long Island, New York, on the world's first solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. He touched down at Le Bourget Field in Paris at 22:22 the next day. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Lindbergh
1932 – Amelia Earhart takes off from Newfoundland to begin the world's first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean by a female pilot, landing in Ireland the next day.
1983 – First publications of the discovery of the HIV virus that causes AIDS in the journalScience by Luc Montagnier and Robert Gallo individually.
And births this date include.....
... graduated from So. Pasadena High School!
and.... Olga's sister, Lisa Short is celebrating her special day.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LISA!!!!
Later I was in the cooking/creative mood so I got out some chorizo, pasta, and shrimp. I had read a recipe using chorizo and shrimp so thought I'd try it. Jerry and I always loved choriso and egg burritos. Anyway, cooked the chorizo, added shrimp, cooked pasta, added in a lemon cooking sauce and a bunch of veggies and spinach. It was AWFUL! I couldn't believe it. I put it all in the garbage disposal. Expen$ive mistake!!!!
Later it was chair, wine, chat with pal, and Chicago PD....
All I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
Quiche Lorraine Day (Sounds like a plan for dinner!)
The History Of Quiche
The word quiche evolved from the German word Küchen, cake. The dish originated in Alsace-Lorraine (hence, Quiche Lorraine, a specific recipe that uses heavy cream and bacon—no cheese). Alsace-Lorraine, now a region of northeastern France, borders on Germany and over the centuries was variously in German control. According to food historians, when the quiche—now considered a quintessential French dish—was developed, the region was a German province called Lothringen.