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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Weather ~ Picture of the Day ~ Sundance Kid ~ Breakfast in a Mug ~National Doctors Day

 


Good 26º clear frozen morning. 
 
Yesterday we had winds and clear sky and topped at 60º.
 
 
Picture of the Day ... perfect timing!
 

 
 
Interesting about the Sundance Kid ....
 

Harry Alonzo Longabaugh (1867 – November 7, 1908), better known as the Sundance Kid, was an outlaw and member of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch in the American Old West. He likely met Butch Cassidy (real name Robert Leroy Parker) after Parker was released from prison around 1896. Together with the other members of "The Wild Bunch" gang, they performed the longest string of successful train and bank robberies in American history.

In front row, Sundance Kid on the left and Butch Cassidy on the right...

After pursuing a career in crime for several years in the United States, the pressures of being pursued, notably by the Pinkerton Detective Agency, forced Longabaugh, his girlfriend Etta Place, and Cassidy to leave the United States.


The trio fled first to Argentina and then to Bolivia, where Parker and Longabaugh were reportedly killed in a shootout in November 1908.

At age 15, he traveled westward in a covered wagon with his cousin George. In 1887, Longabaugh stole a gun, horse and saddle from a ranch in Sundance, Wyoming. While attempting to flee, he was captured by authorities and was convicted and sentenced to 18 months in jail by Judge William L. Maginnis. During this jail time, he adopted the nickname of the Sundance Kid.

 


 
From Mr. Food


 

Life gets busy and sometimes, that means we need quick breakfast ideas we can take on-the go. Well, it doesn't get much quicker than our Breakfast in a Mug recipe. You can make this in the microwave in less than 5 minutes. Wanna know the best part? You can grab the mug and go! No more excuses to skip the most important meal of the day. 

 

I have printed this before. Good and easy.

 

  • 1/2 cup refrigerated or frozen shredded hash browns (thaw, if frozen)
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1 frozen precooked turkey sausage link, cut into 1/2-inch chunks, thawed
  • 2 tablespoons shredded sharp cheddar cheese, divided

 

  1. Coat a 12-ounce microwave-safe mug with cooking spray.
  2. Add hash browns and microwave on high 1 minute. Add eggs, water, sausage, and 1 tablespoon cheddar cheese; stir until well combined. 
  3. Microwave on high 60 seconds; stir.
  4. Sprinkle remaining cheese on top and continue to microwave 15 to 30 seconds longer or until eggs are set. Careful, this will be piping hot.
**if you prefer, use some cooked chopped chicken or whatever is your fav.....
 
 
 
Historically this date.....
1842 – Ether anesthesia is used for the first time, in an operation by the American surgeon Dr. Crawford Long.


1867 – Alaska is purchased from Russia for $7.2 million, about 2 cent/acre ($4.19/km²), by United States Secretary of State William H. Seward.


 

And births this date include....
1853 – Vincent van Gogh, Dutch painter (d. 1890)
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1926 – Peter Marshall, American game show host
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1930 – John Astin, American actor
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1957 – Paul Reiser, American actor
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1965 – Piers Morgan, British journalist and television personality
    YUCK... creep!
 
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1968 – Celine Dion, Canadian singer
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All I know. Nuff said. Have a good Tuesday. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo

On March 30th each year, National Doctors Day honors the professionals for their dedication and contributions to society and the community. Their dedication puts the patient first time and again. On National Doctors Day, we say “thank you” to our physicians for all that they do for us and our loved ones.
Healthcare today is more complex than ever. With more advancements, tools and information at their fingertips doctors have an overwhelming job to diagnose and treat their patients every day. This is the day to honor the men and women who see us 365 days a year. In every city and hospital, in our military and in our rural communities, doctors pave the way to better healthcare for their patients.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Take the opportunity to thank your physician for responding to late-night phone calls, working long hours and providing unswerving care. Today, more than ever, we know the sacrifices they make to put the health of their communities first.
 

NATIONAL DAY CALENDAR HISTORY

March 30, 1933, was the first observance of Doctors Day in Winder, Georgia.   Dr. Charles B. Almond’s wife, Eudora Brown Almond, wanted to have a day to honor physicians.  On this first day in 1933, greeting cards were mailed and flowers placed on the graves of deceased doctors.  The red carnation is commonly used as the symbolic flower for National Doctors Day.
The first ether anesthetic for surgery was administered by Crawford W. Long, M.D. on March 30, 1842, marking the date for Doctors Day.  On that day, before Dr. Long operated to remove a tumor from a man’s neck, he administered ether anesthesia.  Following surgery, the man would swear that he felt nothing during the surgery and was not aware of anything until he awoke.
On February 21, 1991, President George H.W. Bush proclaimed National Doctors Day to honor the Nation’s physicians for their dedication and leadership. Today, hundreds of thousands of doctors lead the fight against disease and illness in the United States. They specialize and continue to seek advanced treatments and cures for debilitating conditions.