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|Sunday, December 23rd, 2012|
|Sunday, December 11th, 2011|
|Writer's Block: Tearjerkers
Which movie always makes you cry?
"Sophie's Choice", only saw it once, in the theater, and that was enough.
|Thursday, June 9th, 2011|
"How we spend our days, is, of course, how we spend our lives" Annie Dillard
|Sunday, May 1st, 2011|
Osama Bin Laden is dead--
|Tuesday, February 9th, 2010|
"I've never grasped faith, but can't let go of hope."
|Friday, October 9th, 2009|
I was watching MSNBC a little after 2AM, when they made the announcement that Barack Obama won this year's Nobel Peace Prize--I was surprised, really, but when I heard the committee's rationale, I understood. What an amazing honor!
|Thursday, January 1st, 2009|
|Bloom Where You Are Planted
This is my simple New Year's resolution--
And, to all my friends here, I read you everyday, and enjoy you, no end! May the coming year be filled with wonderful things to experience and write about!
|Sunday, January 6th, 2008|
|Quiet Day on LJ
Very few postings on my friends page today, I'm wondering if the weather has something to do with it. None of the "Californians" have posted, I know that there are power outages, down there, that may be why.
I took the candidate quiz that is making the rounds, not suprised by the results, I could live with any of the top Democrats--87% Hillary Clinton
85% John Edwards
85% Barack Obama
84% Chris Dodd
82% Dennis Kucinich
82% Joe Biden
80% Mike Gravel
75% Bill Richardson
46% Rudy Giuliani
33% John McCain
24% Mike Huckabee
24% Mitt Romney
23% Tom Tancredo
15% Fred Thompson
14% Ron Paul
2008 Presidential Candidate Matching Quiz
And, finally, Happy Birthday to teasdale
And may you have many, many more!
|Tuesday, December 11th, 2007|
|My First Scanner Photo
My computer is very old, almost 8 years old, and it is running on fumes. That is one reason why I've never tried to use the scanner before, but here is a family photo, taken last Father's Day and it worked!
I'm second from the right, Kevin is second from the left--( Read moreCollapse )
|Saturday, February 10th, 2007|
|Le Coeur de Valentin
I always buy a box of candy hearts, about a month before Valentine's Day. Then, I periodically slip one into Kevin's lunch, as a surprise. Romantic, and inexpensive, too.
So, I didn't resist this "quiz"--
|Your Candy Heart Says "Hug Me"|
A total sweetheart, you always have a lot of love to give out.
Your heart is open to where ever love takes you!
Your ideal Valentine's Day date: a surprise romantic evening that you've planned out
Your flirting style: lots of listening and talking
What turns you off: fighting and conflict
Why you're hot: you're fearless about falling in love
|Sunday, December 31st, 2006|
|This is it!
Final day of 2006--
Wishing all my "gang" here on Live Journal a Happy New Year! Can't tell you how much I enjoy reading about your lives, each and every one of you has something wonderful and unique to offer this world, and I'm happy you are sharing those things with me.
|Friday, July 21st, 2006|
My horoscope via ravengirl Today, July 21
If you're not happy with what's happening, do something about it. Be discreet, but don't be shy. Be diplomatic but don't apologise for yourself. Be gentle but don't be a pushover. Be determined but don't be angry. If you remain calm and reasonable, kind and sensitive, polite and pleasant you will manage to push forward the agenda that means most to you - regardless of who now seems to be standing in the way of this. Don't underestimate the full extent of your power and influence. It's impressive
I want to write a letter to my Republican Congressman, Dave Reichert, so I should follow this advice. Tis difficult when all I'd LIKE to do is scream and swear! :)
|Thursday, June 1st, 2006|
|Wednesday, March 15th, 2006|
Why would the style of my journal and friend's page change, when I didn't modify any of the settings, myself? Just wondering----
|Wednesday, January 4th, 2006|
|Is "over 45" really THAT old?
Rolling Stones are old, but their Super Bowl halftime audience can't be
DETROIT — Mick Jagger and his bandmates may be nearing senior citizenship, but Super Bowl planners only want people 45 and younger to take the field during the Rolling Stones' halftime show.
The NFL is offering 2,000 people a chance to watch the Stones play during the Feb. 5 extravaganza. They will be expected to dance, sing and cheer.
"This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience the Super Bowl from a totally unique perspective," NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told The Detroit News.
People are asked to apply in groups of 20 or more and be at least 18 years old and no older than 45. Signup is under way on the Web site of Star Flow Entertainment, the company organizing the volunteers.
The NFL says the reason for the age cutoff is that the job is physically challenging. Volunteers must enter and exit the field quickly and be on their feet for long periods. They will not have seats and will wait in a tunnel under Ford Field for most of the first half.
Participants also must attend up to five rehearsals that could last seven hours each.
"You have to attend rehearsal and be able to stand for long stretches of time," McCarthy told the Detroit Free Press. "And you have to run onto Ford Field with 2,000 other folks."
I particularly thought of serendipity
when I heard this news item on the radio today--I knew she wouldn't be pleased!
|Monday, October 31st, 2005|
|It's only a billion--
I saw this in the Adventure Journalist weblog, written by Tonya Poole. I thought it made an interesting point----
An interesting perspective for those who may never have sat down to think about it before. Original source unknown.
The next time you hear a politician use the word "billion," casually,
think about whether or not you want the politician spending your tax
A billion is a difficult number to comprehend, but one advertising
agency did a good job of putting that figure into perspective in one
of its releases.
a. A billion seconds ago it was 1959.
b. A billion minutes ago Jesus was alive.
c. A billion hours ago our ancestors were living in the Stone Age.
d. A billion days ago no-one walked on two feet on earth.
e. A billion dollars ago was only 8 hours and 20 minutes, at the rate
our government spends it.
|Friday, October 21st, 2005|
I have an LJ friend, mallorys_camera
who owns a store on the old Cannery Row, in Monterey, California. The emphasis is salsa, but she has variety of wonderful "kitsch", as well. The name of the store is "Slow Burn", check out her website--Slow Burn
|Friday, March 18th, 2005|
|Sunday, December 12th, 2004|
|This was fun--
One of my LJ friends, Tonya, who writes from her own website called "Adventure Journal", posted this game/mind stretcher today. I love this kind of thing, so thought I would pass it on. She and her family, which includes 2 dogs, recently returned from a trip across the United States and Canada, they covered over 12,000 miles in about 6 weeks. The woman loves a road trip, and you can't help but like her enthusiasm. Anyway, it is a test of geographical knowledge, give it a try! Click below---http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/states_experiment_drag-drop_Intermed_State15s_500.html
|Wednesday, November 3rd, 2004|
|A "Bitter" Laugh, But A Laugh, All The Same--
I received an email, earlier today, from northsky
and he said something that kind of sums it all up, and I quote: Its
not so depressed that Bush won as I am with the fact that so many
voted for him. He ran as an incompetent boob and the people said..
he's our man.
I don't think I've ever seen that before.
I won't add any more words to what ALL my friends have already posted, you've ALL said it better than I ever could-- :(