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Monday, November 21, 2016

Rain ~ NFL Sunday ~ Shirley Low ~ Hawk ~ Gingerbread Cookie Day

Good 41º foggy morning.
Yesterday the sun came out and then it went away and rained... and then it stopped and started and stopped and started. We ended up with 1/3" of rain. 

Here are the scores from yesterday's NFL games:

Of course 'Colon Kapperass' knelt during the National Anthem. JERK!
so....................... in the end they LOST! Ha ha ha ha...

The NFL Career Passing Completion best goes to Payton Manning, and right behind him is Tom Brady and Bret Favre !

So, all in all, last night's game was great!
Has to be interesting for Tommy to go back to SF as he was raised in San Mateo. Some in the stands were holding signs that said, "Welcome Back Home Tom" !!

Wayne Low's (LASD SEB Motors SR) bride, Shirley, is celebrating a birthday today. HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHIRLEY!!

Historically this date...
1877 – Thomas Edison announces his invention of the phonograph, a machine that can record and play sound.

1980 – A deadly fire breaks out at the MGM Grand Hotel in Paradise, Nevada (now Bally's Las Vegas). 87 people are killed and more than 650 are injured in the worst disaster in Nevada history.

And births this date include....

1861 – Tom Horn, American lawman and convicted murderer (d. 1903)

..... here is the hat Steve McQueen wore in the movie Tom Horn... with his signature inside.... Jerry added the band and I added the feather! The 'sweat' is painted on.


1934 – Laurence Luckinbill, American actor

.....omg, he's been married to Luci Arnaz since 1980!

1937 – Marlo Thomas, American actress
And Marlo has been married to Phil Donahue since 1980 also!

1945 – Goldie Hawn, American actress

1966 – Troy Aikman, American football player (born in West Covina!!!)

Caught a photo of Mr. Hawk with his "catch" leaving my pasture:
All I know. Nuff said. Happy Monday. Ciao
xo Sue Mom Bobo
November 21st
National Gingerbread Cookie Day

Here are today’s five thing to know about Gingerbread Cookie:
  1. Gingerbread originates from ancient Greeks and Egyptians who used as a ceremonial offering.
  2. The term gingerbread is from the Latin term zingiber via old French gingebras, meaning preserved ginger.
  3. In Nuremberg, Ulm and Pulsnitz in Germany, Torun in Poland, Tula in Russia,  the making of gingerbread is considered a Fine Art .
  4. After the Brothers Grimm’s “Hansel and Gretel” story published, the gingerbread house making became popular throughout Europe.
  5. In 992, gingerbread was first brought to Europe by am Armenian monk named Gregory of Nicopolis.


Anonymous said...

YEY ! New computer workin"? p.j.

Oregon Sue said...

Yes, PJ, a slow process though, since I am not a computer geek! ox

Lydia said...

GOOD morning. Getting ready for the holidays - preparing offerings in the kitchen- is the root of a celebratory season.