Good 31º clear and this is weird, no ice on the barn roof morning! Sup?
Yesterday, again started off cold but was clear and sunny but boy howdy did we get some wind! It was blowing all the fall colored leaves EVERYWHERE! We warmed to 77º.
10-15 is a radio code for "prisoner in custody"
Picture of the Day.....
Interesting about Cotton Swabs .....
Crispy Tuna Croquettes from Mr. Food
Croquettes are a crispy, old-fashioned favorite that come together in no time at all, and our recipe for Homestyle Tuna Croquettes is no exception. We combine canned tuna with some comforting ingredients, like mashed potatoes and a couple of veggies, to create this sensational dish!
Historically this date.............
1951 – The first episode of I Love Lucy, an American television sitcom starring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance, and William Frawley, airs on the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS).
2003 – The Staten Island Ferry boat Andrew J. Barberi runs into a pier at the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island, killing 11 people and injuring 43.
And births this date include...
1942 – Penny Marshall, American actress and film director
Dinner last night was Schwans Chicken Tortilla Soup. Really good! Just a slight spice and the chicken was great. Going to order that again!
Then it was chair, cat on my lap, wine, and TV. I watched the Patriots/Kansas City Chiefs game. At the 4th quarter with 3 minutes to go it was tied 40-40. Then my Pats did it and won 43-40! YIPPEEEE!
All I know. Nuff said. Happy Monday. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
White Cane Safety Day
White Cane Safety Day celebrates and recognizes the achievements of the blind and visually impaired, and their independence. That independence is represented by the white cane that they use to travel from place to place.
The white cane is an invaluable tool for the blind. It affords blind people a freedom of movement they otherwise may not have. The white cane is a well recognized symbol of independence.
If you know someone who is blind or visually impaired, celebrate this day with him or her. We suggest you let them take you for a walk.
On October 15, 1964, a Joint resolution of Congress passed legislation marking this day. President Lyndon Johnson immediately issued a proclamation declaring this day to be White Cane Safety Day. This is an annual proclamation.