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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Rain ~ Piggy Stuff ~ Frog Stuff ~ Tucker ~ Steve Voors ~ Buffalo Statue & Moose ~ Pepperoni Pizza Day

Good 56º dark cloudy very windy morning. We got more rain. A bit yesterday and more in the night. Another 1/10 of an inch. And today there is a 50% chance of more rain...

Yesterday I was so cold I turned the heater on! Noon still only 56º.  OMGOSH, been awhile since I have done that! Is Fall really coming??? Got some rain in the early afternoon... Those clouds were wild!!!

I got my order from Amazon and from Piggies Can Fly...
My new tennis shoes:

They will go with my pig shirts....

And I'm sure they will keep any Muslim Terrorists away from me! LOL.

I also got my piggie sponge holder for the bathroom and the frog sink strainer for the kitchen, and a pig microwave plate lid ...

The sink strainer will go with my frog sponge holder in the kitchen....

As you can tell, I love frogs and pigs!!!!

Two special birthdays today... my grandson Tucker is 13 years old today! OMG, so fast. HAPPY BIRTDAY TUCKER!!! xoxoxoxoxo

Tucker on a trip to Washington DC in March with

his class.

And here's our guy playing golf:

And it's "10-30 Dude's" birthday.... Steve Voors (LASD ret and Jerry's partner and pal). HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEVE!!!!
^ This was at Jerry's retirement in 1996.

Steve and Tucker not only share the same birthday but the same middle name....Scott... so that makes Steve SSV and Tucker is TSP (teaspoon!)

Historically this date....
In the Northern Hemisphere, meteorological Autumn starts on 20 September. In theSouthern Hemisphere, meteorological Spring starts on this date.

1881 – Chester A. Arthur is inaugurated as the 21st President of the United Statesfollowing the assassination of James Garfield.

Riggs was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1988. He founded the Bobby Riggs Tennis Museum Foundation to increase awareness of the disease. Riggs died of cancer October 25, 1995, in Encinitas, California, aged 77.

In his final days, Riggs maintained friendly contact with Billie Jean King, and King phoned him often. She called him shortly before his death, offering to visit him, but he did not want her to see him in his condition. She phoned him one last time, the night before his death and, according to Billie Jean herself in an HBO documentary about her, the last thing she told Riggs was "I love you." (Interview with Billie Jean King, USA US Open telecast, August 28, 2006)

2011 – The United States ends its "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, allowing gay men and women to serve openly for the first time.

And births this date include....
1934 – Sophia Loren, Italian actress

1967 – Gunnar Nelson, American musician (Nelson)

1967 – Matthew Nelson, American musician (Nelson)

OMG, this is funny....

Now is this statuetory rape?
Or is it just a moosedemeanor?

Dinner was Schwans pork egg rolls and dumplings.

Just drizzle with olive oil and put in air fryer! Taaaa daaaaa.... quick, easy, and soooooo good!!!

All I know. Nuff said. Happy Hump Day. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
September 20th
National Pepperoni Pizza Day
(Here you go Tucker, so apropos!)
Today is day to celebrate America's favorite variety of pizza.. Almost everybody loves pizza. It is so versatile. Pizza is eaten for breakfast (often cold), lunch, dinner and as a late night snack. It is a very popular food for parties and events. 
You can put all sorts of meats, vegetables, fruits, and even fish... Anchovies... on your pizza. But, today, is reserved for a pepperoni pizza, the most popular variety.
Here is some interesting trivia on the ever popular pizza:
Pepperoni is the most popular, preferred by 36% of the people.
Over 3 Billion pizzas are sold in the U.S. each year.
More pizzas are sold on Super Bowl Sunday, than any other day of the year.
Halloween is the second most popular day for eating pizzas.  
Over 17% of restaurants are pizzerias, or serve pizza.
The first pizza was sold in Naples Italy in 1738.
Pizzas most likely evolved as a variation of flatbreads.

Americans consume over 23 pounds of pizza per year