Good 19º (ICK!!) clear morning. This is ridiculous! And again..............
Whine whine wine!
EVERYTHING is frozen!!!!
Bruiser cuddled and cuddled with me all night. He hates it this cold. Normally he goes outside and prowls around, but not in this weather... he wants right back inside the minute he goes out.
Yesterday it didn't seem like it would ever warm up. By noon we got to 40º.
These are the 11 most dangerous cities in California...
Historically this date....
1916 – World War I: The Battle of Verdun ends when German forces under Chief of Staff Erich Von Falkenhayn are defeated by the French and British, and suffer 337,000 casualties. Unbelievable!
1918 – The United States House of Representatives approves the Eighteenth Amendment to enact Prohibition.
1932 – The Chicago Bears defeat the Portsmouth Spartans 9-0 in the first ever NFL Championship Game. Because of a blizzard, the game is moved from Wrigley Field to the Chicago Stadium, the field measuring 80 yards (73 m) long.
And births this date include...
1916 – Betty Grable, American actress (d. 1973)
Died of lung cancer at 56!
He's just gross!
1946 – Steven Spielberg, American film director
1954 – Ray Liotta, American actor
1963 – Brad Pitt, American actor
1978 – Katie Holmes, American actress
She can't even remember the words to our National Anthem!!! What a self-loving entitled Hollyweirdo.
Later for dinner I had thawed out my Honeybaked ham.... cooked an Omaha Steaks baked stuffed potato in the air fryer and when almost done added in some ham to heat up. That and spinach and tomato. PERFECT!!!
I was actually saving the ham for Christmas, but just really wanted some!!! I'll still have enough for next Sunday! Mmmm, ham sandwich time!
LOL, my friend Joan Knopple shared this on my Facebook page:
Looks good to me!!!
Last night's NFL game:
This one surprised me. Stayed close for awhile and then the Dolphins had enough and WHAM!
Today's NFL games:
All I know. Nuff said. Happy Sunday. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
Bake Cookies Day
'Ya gotta just love Bake Cookies Day.........
..... Christmas is for Christians
..... Hanukkah is for Jews
..... Kwanzaa is for those of African origin
..... Native American Day is for American Indians
But, Bake Cookies Day is for EVERYONE!
Bake Cookies Day comes at an opportune time. It arrives amidst the major December holidays. It serves as a reminder to bake holiday cookies, if you haven't done so already.
People, young and old, celebrate this day by baking their favorite cookies. Make a party of it, and bake cookies in groups with family, friends, kids and grandkids. Don't stop at baking just one kind of cookies. Plan to bake a number of cookies. Try a new recipe, or two, or three, or....
If you bake more than you can eat, good for you! Wrap up gift trays filled with cookies for friends and neighbors. Most cookies freeze well, too.
I have made the Nutter Butter Reindeer cookies.... easy and the kids love them: