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Friday, August 12, 2016

Micro Egg Cooking ~ Superhumans ~ Middle Child

Good 56º sunny clear morning. We hit 100º yesterday and today should be a few degrees warmer. Joy.
Breakfast.... egg cooked in a pottery dish

with butter spray and a saucer on top of the dish for 1 min 10 seconds. I put a chicken thigh on top of the saucer to heat. Then added parmesan cheese to the egg and some Creamy Garlic Sauce (Costco) to the chicken..... and along with the other half of the muffin from Sunday brunch and of course, tomato!  

(They do have it at

You have to watch this.... shared by Rod Johnson (LASD ret) Thank Rod! Superhumans!!!!

Lunch was 2 apples and some of Walden Farms Peanut Spread (0 calories and 0 fat).... not as good as peanut butter, but healthy for me!

Historically this date.....
1851 – Isaac Singer is granted a patent for his sewing machine.

1898 – The Hawaiian flag is lowered from ʻIolani Palace in an elaborate annexation ceremony and replaced with the flag of the United States to signify the transfer of sovereignty from the Republic of Hawaii to the United States.

1944 – Nazi German troops end the week-long Wola massacre, during which time at least 40,000 people were killed indiscriminately or in mass executions.


1981 – The IBM Personal Computer is released.

1994 – Major League Baseball players go on strike. This will force the cancellation of the1994 World Series.

And births this date include...
1856 – Diamond Jim Brady, American financier (d. 1917)
  ... there was a restaurant on Hollywood Blvd near Highland called Diamond Jim's. It was SO GOOD!!! Went there a few times. It closed years ago!

1881 – Cecil B. DeMille, American director (d. 1959)

1910 – Jane Wyatt, American actress (d. 2006)

1911 – Cantinflas, Mexican actor, screenwriter, and producer (d. 1993)

1926 – John Derek, American actor (d. 1998)

1933 – Parnelli Jones, American race car driver

1939 – George Hamilton, American actor

LOL: (shared by my friend Sally Harper!)

Later dinner was reruns of the Gnocchi w/ Everything! Mmmmmm..... Then chair, wine, and Olympics!
All I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
August 12th
Middle Child Day

(^ Betty Mom Me Marion)**
Middle Child's Day gives a little well deserved recognition to the  wonderful and special middle child in the family.
For parents of three children, you likely know the "Middle Child Syndrome" all too well. If you grew up the middle child with both older and younger siblings, you know the feeling a from a very personal perspective.
The first child is the first child. Beyond a doubt, the first born is a very special occasion. And he, or she, has all of mom and dad for a while before the second child comes along. The final child is and always will be the baby of the family.  
This author knows what its like to be a middle child. We won't go into a dissertation about what Middle Child Syndrome is. Rather, we will focus upon one aspect. Older and younger children tend to be more outgoing, or extroverted. The middle Child tends to be more introverted, quieter, perhaps a bit of a loner.
It is very fair and fitting that we celebrate, and place into the limelight, the middle child today. Go out and enjoy this day to the fullest. Tell the world about it. Be a little outspoken, and let the world know how great it is to be the middle child. You truly are a wonderful, talented, and special person!

** My sister Marion was the middle child. Betty the oldest and me the youngest. She did not fit that profile of introverted. Absolutely not! She was outgoing and lots and lots of fun!