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Monday, February 12, 2018

~ Jerry Wayne Maxwell ~

Good 29º morning. 

Jerry Wayne Maxwell        12-2-1940  -  2-12-2007

Husband - MARINE - Father - Deputy Sheriff - 

Firearms Instructor -

Gunsmith -

Sharpshooter - Gun Maker - Dog Lover - 

California Army National Guard Sgt -

Husband  - Good Dancer - Great Cook - Harley Lover - Welder - 

Cigar  Aficionado -

Tool Maker - Holster Maker - Master of Any Task - Good Friend -

Grandfather -

Fisherman - Western Movie Buff  - GREAT Kisser!!!

                            Rest in peace my love. ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥





Historically this date.........
1994 – Four men break into the National Gallery of Norway and steal Edward Munch's iconic painting The Scream.

1999 – President Bill Clinton is acquitted by the United States Senate in his impeachment trial.

2004 – The city of San FranciscoCalifornia begins issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in response to a directive from Mayor Gavin Newsom.

And births this date include...
1809 – Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States (d. 1865)

1915 – Lorne Greene, Canadian actor (d. 1987)

1916 – Joseph Alioto, Mayor of San Francisco (d. 1998)

1919 – Forrest Tucker, American actor (d. 1986)

1968 – Josh Brolin, American actor

Then chair, wine, and the Olympics.

We did get some rain, about 1/10th of an inch ... in Medford and Grants Pass they got 5 or 6 snowflakes.

Bruiser was happy staying inside and just watching it out the dining room window....

Tonight I will toast my Darling with some tequila. José Cuervo was his favorite. 

All I know. Nuff said. Happy Abraham Lincoln's Birthday. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo (or as Jerry called me.... Dew ♥)
National Lost Penny Day

Today you can make a few pennies, by seeking out lost pennies, of which there are probably quite a few in the nooks and crannies of your home. An individual penny may not have a lot of monetary value these days. However, finding a penny is a sign of good luck. Go on a hunt for lost pennies today, and pile up some good fortune.
The first U.S. penny was designed by Benjamin Franklin, and minted in 1787. Since then, billions of pennies have been minted and put into circulation. In 1909, the penny became the first coin to bear a president's image. It was first released on February 12, 1909, to commemorate Abraham Lincoln's 100th birthday.
Things to do on National Lost Penny Day:
  • Seek out lost pennies. Make a game of it. Be sure to include the kids in this scavenger hunt.
  • Flip a coin (a penny) to help you make decisions today.
  • Donate your pennies to a good cause.
  • Roll up and cash in your horde of pennies.
  • Start a penny collection.
  • Throw pennies in a fountain and make a wish.
  • Give someone a penny for their thoughts.
  • Take a few pennies and buy some penny candy.

Have a happy and prosperous National Lost Penny Day!!

Origin of National Lost Penny Day:
Lost Penny day was created by eventologist Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith in 1995. According to Koopersmith : “Petty change can make an astounding difference”