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Friday, August 5, 2016

Projection Clock ~ Doe ~ Duckling Rescue ~ Walden Farms Products ~ Dude ~ Sandwich


 Good 55º clear sunny morning. Hit 101º yesterday.


I have a projection clock in the bedroom. It shows the time and outside temperature on the ceiling. I opened one eye to see what time it was and both the time and the temp were the same.  5:58 and 55.8º !
 

Wednesday after Mike loaded the scrap metal in his truck he came in and had a beer. Outside was the little doe who comes into my front yard to munch the grass. When Mike was leaving I gently opened the door as to not scare her too much, talked to her, and then Mike went out. She jumped the fence and walked away. Not ten minutes after Mike left she was back, resting in the shade...



 This is such a great video.... Shared by Ben Hunt (LASD ret)


 
I got my shipment from Walden Farms


The Peanut Spread is AWESOME!!!
As with their other products, no fat, no calories, no dairy, no sugar, gluten free. After opening they need to be refrigerated.
 

2013 Dude came to live with us this date. What a blessing he has been and such a sweet sweet dog! Thanks UPS Dave for letting me care for and love Dude!
18 days after he came here, my Maggie died on August 23rd. It was meant to be for Dude to come here then.
 


Historically this date...
1884 – The cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty is laid on Bedloe's Island (now Liberty Island) in New York Harbor.


1914 – In Cleveland, Ohio, the first electric traffic light is installed.


1949 – In Ecuadoran earthquake destroys 50 towns and kills more than 6,000.

... Good Lord!


1957 – American Bandstand, a show dedicated to the teenage "baby-boomers" by playing the songs and showing popular dances of the time, debuts on the ABC television network.


1981 – Ronald Reagan fires 11,359 striking air-traffic controllers who ignored his order for them to return to work.


And births this date include....

1911 – Robert Taylor, American actor (d. 1969)

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1930 – Neil Armstrong, American astronaut (d.2012)

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1935 – John Saxon, American actor

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1946 – Loni Anderson, American actress


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Breakfast yesterday I wanted to try that green olive spread ( http://dalmatiaspreads.com/ ), so I put some on half of a hoagie bun, the other half mayonnaise, then laid out some cooked boneless skinless chicken thigh, and topped it with cheese.


Boy howdy, that olive spread made that sandwich AWESOME!!! 
Going to stop in at Safeway and get some more!!!
 

Yesterday I putzed around. Trying to organize stuff I don't want or need. My closet is next!
 
 
All I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
August 5th
National Oyster Day

Jerry introduced me to oysters on the half shell and I LOVE them!!!

4 comments:

Lydia said...

GOOD, GOOD morning. Thank you for the link to the olive spread. I tried that brand in San Luis Obispo- it wasn't stocked locally- and I just forgot about chasing it.

Whomever decided to try to eat oysters for the first time was either very brave or very in trouble):-

Give Dude a dog bone for me.

Oregon Sue said...

They have the spreads at Amazon, but they are more expensive than at my local Safeway. Will do re Dude, L. xo

Anonymous said...

While in Cleveland Felicia Tweedy invited me to join them and several others for a birthday dinner celebration for her mother, Virginia. It was at a high end steak house, Hyde Park. Felicia said she was paying for the appetizers and dessert. While ordering, the waiter told her of the "Seafood Tower" which was $100. Felicia ordered that and several other appetizers. The tower was loaded with lobster, crab legs, shrimp and oysters on the half shell. I had never had one so I tried it. I didn't like the texture nor the taste so I stuck with the other yummies on there. :)

How does that saying go "The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away". Perfect timing for Dude to come and live with you. He is one lucky pooch to have you for a mom!

XO Trisha

Oregon Sue said...

Thanks T. Sorry you didn't like the oyster. Lots of things we don't like, but at least you have to give them a try or you never know.

I am one lucky mom to have Dude!!! xoxo