Good Morning P4A Kids…
Welcome to the new rows of “Children of the Corn”….you are most welcome here! At this rate we will need more Corn Producing States in order to make room! EGADS!
Prayers to Firelight and her family! Surgery is not fun…I know…I have had three. But it is time to take care of your health and I am honored to step in to help in your absence.
Well I am still fighting the depression of putting someone else’s pet down. Thanks all for the support. Now it is just monitoring the other cat as he knows all is not well and now he is wandering the house looking for his lost friend. The dog could care less. She is only ever looking for her ball. I give thanks to the owners friend as he came over to watch the death then took Maxie…made a box and came back to bury her on the hill behind the house with the other pets. The whole thing is just bizarre and sad…to be honest! I was just about ready to let the dogs out Monday night for their nightly doody call….when I spotted a Mtn. Lion drinking from the water barrel just off the patio. It was one of those…Oh SH*T moments!!! So I can safely say….Monday was not a good kitty day!
Well let’s get to the headlines…shall we?
The truth hurts….
Sad but let’s hope not true!
It’s a record! 10 minutes…ALL LIES!
Do we know what they are protesting? I’m confused!
Oh please God…NO!
Let Him die? Double Standard strikes again!
Best tweet of the day…..
Land of fruits and nuts…
Who ever said all porn is bad? YIKES!
Avon Calling…or NOT!
I am just so sad with having to report this news to you all! I know your day will be tougher…for that I am sorry!
I threw mine away…I just know I did! I had it..then I threw it away…REALLY I DID!
And because every father and daughter should share the love….
On this day:
1863 – Confederate Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson was wounded by his own men in the battle of Chancellorsville, VA. He died 8 days later.
1865 – U.S. President Andrew Johnson offered $100,000 reward for the capture of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
1885 – The magazine “Good Housekeeping” was first published.
1887 – Hannibal W. Goodwin applied for a patent on celluloid photographic film. This is the film from which movies are shown.
1890 – The Oklahoma Territory was organized.
1919 – The first U.S. air passenger service started.
1932 – Jack Benny’s first radio show debuted on NBC Radio.
1939 – Lou Gehrig set a new major league baseball record when he played in his 2,130th game. The streak began on June 1, 1925.
1941 – The Federal Communications Commission agreed to let regular scheduling of TV broadcasts by commercial TV stations begin on July 1, 1941. This was the start of network television.
1954 – Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals set a new major league record when he hit 5 home runs against the New York Giants.
1970 – Student anti-war protesters at Ohio‘s Kent State University burn down the campus ROTC building. The National Guard took control of the campus.
2002 – It was reported that Phyllis Diller had retired from touring.
You all have a good Hump Day! Again…prayers to Firelight.
Prayers also to those friends of P4A going through some tough times right now….
Featured Image…H/T Janne This is on a billboard in Fargo…Ya You Betcha! Priceless!