Good 34º ice on the barn roof morning. So far looks like it will be nice, except for the fog this morning...
This is amazing. I want to go there! One World Observatory in NY is now open. It is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. This shared by Ed Chenal (LASD ret). Awesome! This video will blow you away!!!
Breakfast was yogurt and blueberries with a drizzle of honey and two eggs. Mmmmm....
Today my pal Olga's middle son Michael is celebrating his 16th birthday. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICHAEL!! How'd you grow up so fast??? Michael's dad is Jimmy (LASD Lt)
What a handsome boy and such a pretty Mom!!
Historically this date...
1917 – The Congress of the United States passes the Immigration Act of 1917 over President Woodrow Wilson's veto. Also known as the Asiatic Barred Zone Act, it forbade immigration from nearly all of south and southeast Asia.
............click on the act title...interesting text in this ....
1918 – Stephen W. Thompson shoots down a German airplane. It is the first aerial victory by the U.S. military.
1958 – A hydrogen bomb known as the Tybee Bomb is lost by the US Air Force off the coast of Savannah, Georgia, never to be recovered.
And births this date include....
1848 – Belle Starr, American outlaw (d. 1889)
.........My God, what a life. Totally wild and out of control. Her son suspected in her murder, but never proven. Daughter was a trollop like her mother. Interesting read.
1908 – Daisy and Violet Hilton, British conjoined twins (d. 1969) ....here's another OMG. Poor things. 60 years conjoined and a very sad death.
Later was back therapy, stop at the post office, and Ace for cracked corn. For dinner I decided I wanted a pasta dish. Thawed out ground turkey and added in some of my marinara sauce.
I reconstituted the mushrooms and then squeezed them dry with a towel. Sauteéd them in olive oil with lots of garlic and some Rosemary. Set aside and sauteéd the turkey with seasonings. Added in the mushrooms, marinara sauce. Cooked the pasta and added that. Sorry, no picture, but it was GOOOOOOD!!!! Oink oink....
Here are two favorite Budweiser commercials... the first one from 2014:
This one from 2015:
Chair, wine, and TV. I was going to watch that OJ movie I recorded but changed my mind, as I knew the outcome and he's a jerk anyway! Watched Chicago PD and Chicago Fire.
All I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
(^our local weatherman, Adam Colpack)
National Weatherman's Day honors weathermen, and woman who work hard to accurately predict the often fickle weather. Despite major technological advances and supercomputers, forecasting the weather is still a tricky, and ever changing business.
Knowing the weather is important in so many ways. It affect how we dress, where we go, and even if we go. Space launches are made or delayed depending upon the weather. And, knowing the weather can save lives. The most obvious example is knowing when and where hurricanes or tornados may hit.
According to the Air Force News, Weatherman's Day "commemorates the birth of John Jeffries, one of America's first weathermen". Jeffries was born on Feb 5, 1744. He kept weather records from 1774 to1816.
If you see a weatherman today, give them your appreciation for a job well done.