Good 41º foggy morning.
Stayed cold all day yesterday.. never got out of the 40º. I think we hit a high of 44.5º Then at 2pm we got rain. Imagine. Ended up with 1/8".
Throw Back Thursday.... Brian "golfing" the acorns 1973:
My pal Cathy just got her three new pug puppies, Binky.. Blue.. and Bear. She got them from back east. Her love dog was Bumbles, a pug she had for 13 years, and wanted another pug after she passed away last year. These three all came together. They were flown out to Ca and they were exhausted from the travel. Here they are when first arrived... and then in their snuggy bed!
Happy puppies. Will have a GREAT home with Cathy!
Ok, this is toooooo funny, well, except for a couple instances.... 1. the stupid idiot and the swimming pool ... and 2. the bull trying to mate. Thanks Derry Benedict (LASD ret) for sharing this. I was howling with laughter... And Gator, this is why people move to Florida!
Our local news station, KOBI5, posted this on their site about a famous eagle...
Yesterday was bills, organize, vacuum and mop. Over the top excitement!
Today is a special birthday.. Joe Kirk (LASD ret). HAPPY BIRTHDAY JOE!!! Miss seeing you and Jo Ann!
Historically this date...
And births this date include...
1918 – Ida Lupino, English film actress and director (d. 1995)
He will be on Modern Family on February 10th. I always thought he was a reall funny guy!
Really not a politician in the sense of the word, but a decent and nice gentle man.
Dinner was re-runs, chair, wine, TV. Had a couple good phone chats too.
All I know. Nuff said. Happy TBT. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
xo Sue Mom Bobo
Thank A Mailman Day
Thank a Mailman Day is your chance to say thanks to the guy, or gal, who delivers your mail. After all, they are there six days a week. The reliable postal worker is always there doing their job, regardless of the weather. They are a hardy lot. You'll find some mail carriers on walking routes, wearing shorts in all but the coldest of winter days.
Did you Know? Pony Express riders were the most famous early American "mailmen". Their motto was " Neither rain, nor snow, nor death of the night, can keep us from our duty". This motto is believed to be taken in part from a motto dating back to ancient times. Among the most popular variation is "Through rain or snow, or sleet or hail, we'll carry the mail. We will not fail".
Make it a point to catch your mail carrier enroute today. Give him or her a great big smile and a great big "TY". If you happen to visit your local post office, give them a thank you, too.