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Friday, May 6, 2016

Madeline ~ Don Manumaleuna ~ George "Gator" Hill ~ Cinco de Mayo Meal ~ Kristen ~ No Diet Day ~ Military Spouses Day ~ National Nurses Day

Good 52ยบ cloudy morning. It pretty much stayed gloomy and cloudy all day yesterday...

Pal Linda down by Sacramento said they got the rain we had along with the thunder and lightening. They even had some flooded streets in Woodland.
Yesterday I shared a super good simple homemade Blue Cheese Dressing with a bunch of folks via email. If you are interested in the recipe, let me know and I will send it to you too!

Yesterday my daughter-in-law, Marie (wife of our Aaron) posted these pictures of their baby girl, Madeline .... She is growing so fast and SO ADORABLE! Maddie is 9 months old now.

They live in Deer Lodge Montana. What a spectacular view!
Wednesday was also the birthday of friend Don Manumaleuna (LASD) The 4th is still with you Don! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

A retired Navy guy, daily drivel friend, Florida resident, father of RCMP daughter, grandfather, ..... George Hill aka Gator,
 is celebrating his birthday today. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GATOR!!
 ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸♥HAPPY♥BIRTHDAY TO YOUUUUU♥¸¸.•*¨♥†♥†♥ ♥†♥†♫♪ ♪♫•♥♥†♥†♥ ♥†♥†♥ ♥♪♫•*•♫♪ ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸♥♥†♥†♥
Gator and his bride June....
Historically this date...
1937 – Hindenburg disaster: The German zeppelin Hindenburg catches fire and is destroyed within a minute while attempting to dock at Lakehurst, New Jersey. Thirty-six people are killed.

1941 – At California's March FieldBob Hope performs his first USO show.

1954 – Roger Bannister becomes the first person to run the mile in under four minutes.

1998 – Kerry Wood strikes out 20 Houston Astros to tie the major league record held byRoger Clemens. He threw a one-hitter and did not walk a batter in his 5th career start.

And births this date include....
1895 – Rudolph Valentino, Italian actor (d. 1926)

1915 – Orson Welles, American film director and actor (d. 1985)

1931 – Willie Mays, American baseball player
... go Willie go Willie go Willie go!!!
That was for my sis, she was a BIG SF Giants fan!!!

1955 – Tom Bergeron, American game show host
Dinner was my Taqueria de Guacamaya take out food I got Wednesday....

Kristen starts on a lower dose of chemo today. The last ones they gave her caused many problems and pain. Hopefully (praying) this type of dose will work and not make her sick. My baby girl...

All I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
May 6th
International No Diet Day
International No Diet Day encourages us to appreciate the bodies we have. You could consider it a "Big" backlash against becoming little (err thin) people. This day is intended for us to appreciate the body we have. It encourages us to recognize that people come in all shapes and sizes....... and that's okay.
Anti-diet groups exist to assist and support people who suffer illnesses like anorexia, in their efforts to shed fat and be thin.  In addition to anorexia, other medical problems can result from taking diet pills, and surgeries, such as stomach stapling, to control weight. 
International No Diet Day is a good opportunity to re-assess and evaluate your weight management goals and perspective, and to make certain your efforts to be thin don't come at a risk to your health. If you decide that continuing your diet is right for you, then use today to take a one day break.
Remember the old saying: "You're body is your temple." In your efforts to make your temple a thin one, do so in a safe and healthy manner.
Today is also....
Military Spouses Day
Military Spouses Day was created by President Ronald Reagan in 1984 Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger established the Friday before Mother’s Day as Military Spouses Day
Military Spouses Day is a day to recognize and honor the real backbone of the military..... the spouses of our soldiers. This day recognizes the contributions made by military spouses to the spirit and well being of soldiers and military communities. Where would military moral be without their spouses behind them?
And lastly today is ...
National Nurses Day
  • May 6-12: National Nurse's Week
  • May 8: National Student Nurses Day
  • May 6th: National Nurses Day
  • Wednesday of Nurse's Week: School Nurses Day
  • May 12: International Nurse's Day
  • November 14: Operating Room Nurse Day

The roots of International Nurses Day goes back to 1953, when Dorothy Sutherland of the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare sent a proposal to President Eisenhower to proclaim a "Nurse Day" in October of the following year. The proclamation was not officially made. But, this day was born and eventually gained national recognition.
International Nurse Day is celebrated on May 12, because this it's the birthday of Florence Nightingale.