Good Super Moonlight Weekend P4A Kids…
Happy Cinco de Mayo Day for all those celebrating…
Saturday night affords a “super moon”…and as someone said on twitter today that made me about spit my iced tea across the room…”NO it does not involve Rosie O’Donnell bending over.” HA! (is that wrong?)
Okay…I am going to do something I don’t often do when I post a morning thread…I usually save this for my singular posts. But seriously how could I not comment on this? Joe Biden being kept out of the campaign decisions? At what point did he lose any “manhood”…(small “m”)…he had left after agreeing to be Obama’s VP pick? He has been reduced…dare I say…to a “slave” to the Obama Camp only to be used as a mouthpiece for failed policy programs. If I could pull him aside I would ask him if he really believed what he was touting on the campaign trail. Has he really lost that much of himself that he has been reduced to nothing more than a frightened and starving dog that he will do anything his “owner” demands for a small scrap of “food” that he is being offered? Mr. Biden…I would seriously hope that at some point you wake up and do what’s right for AMERICA and not for that small scrap of what is soon to be a historical failure. You have a chance to help right the ship. Let us see what you Sir…are made of! This is your chance…to tell the TRUTH!
Well the events of the day were indeed…scary. I took the dogs for a walk in a nearby natural park area. As we walked along a smaller trail that lead to more of the main trail my dog in the lead and Miss Bailey on a leash behind her…we past by a somewhat obscure bush where next to it was a rattlesnake. The dogs were within inches and I about a foot away by the time I saw it. It…THANK GOD..was lethargic for whatever reason! I can say I have not jumped that high or moved that fast since I was back playing volleyball. Not that I could ever jump that high..but I did today. When was the last time your knees wobbled! Neither dog saw it as it was quiet. The “drink” I had when we got back home…went down sort of fast! EGADS! I just thought about having to tell the owners…”I am sorry…I put your cat down on Monday and killed your dog on Friday!” We will got to a safer swimming hole tomorrow!
Firelight is still resting so you are still stuck with me through the weekend! I have to break down tomorrow night and head home early Sunday morning so any updates may be later on Sunday after I get set back up again at home.
Onto the Headlines:
Gosh really…Is this a BIG SHOCKER? Can’t wait to see what else will come out in the coming months!
Works for me!!!
Uhm….okay? So proud to have her “on the job.” NOT! Can we drug test these people before they board a plane for foreign lands?
Creepy would be the correct word!
Plan on another lawsuit coming Arizona’s way! But stay Strong AZ…We stand With YOU!
The skies the limit…LITERALLY!
I believe everyone should bookmark this great site and tell your friends. True Heros!
And because it is a dog’s life…maybe Dad should have scored a few goals! YIKES!
On This Day:
1798 – U.S. Secretary of War William McHenry ordered that the USS Constitution be made ready for sea. The frigate was launched on October 21, 1797, but had never been put to sea.
1809 – Mary Kies was awarded the first patent to go to a woman. It was for technique for weaving straw with silk and thread.
1821 – Napoleon Bonaparte died on the island of St. Helena, where he had been in exile.
1862 – The Battle of Puebla took place. It is celebrated as Cinco de Mayo Day.
1865 – The Thirteenth Amendment was ratified, abolishing slavery in the U.S.
1891 – Music Hall was dedicated in New York City. It was later renamed Carnegie Hall.
1901 – The first Catholic mass for night workers was held at the Church of St. Andrew in New York City.
1904 – The third perfect game of the major leagues was thrown by Cy Young (Boston Red Sox) against the Philadelphia Athletics. It was the first perfect game under modern rules.
1945 – The Netherlands and Denmark were liberated from Nazi control.
1961 – Alan Shepard became the first American in space when he made a 15 minute suborbital flight.
1966 – Willie Mays broke the National League record for home runs when he hit his 512th.
1978 – Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds registered his 3,000th major league hit.
You all have a good weekend….and Firelight get well soon!