Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Wordless Wednesday: Little Girlie, Invisible Cat!



You can't see me if I'm in the shadow!


Linking up with Wordless Wednesday


Today is:

Air Force Day -- Pakistan

Beer Lovers' Day -- ESPN began to broadcast on this day in 1979

Defeat of Jesse James Days -- Northfield, MN, US (a bank raid reenactment, plus parade, races, rodeo, and more; through Sunday)

Farmers and Threshermens Jubilee -- New Centerville, PA, US (steam engines, threshing the old fashioned ways, and fun; through Sunday)

Feel the Love Day

Grandma Moses Day

Independence Day -- Brazil

Lusaka Peace Agreement Day -- Mozambique

National Acorn Squash Day

National Attention Deficit Disorder Awareness Day -- US (by Senate proclamation in 2004)

National Napoleon Day (the dessert, not the general)

National Threatened Species Day -- Australia

Neither Snow Nor Rain Day -- celebrates the opening of the US Post Office in NYC on this day in 1914, which building has the famous inscription on it

Nijamati Sewa Divas -- Nepal (Civil Servants' Day)

Peach Days Celebration -- Brigham City, UT, US (delicious peaches and family fun; through Saturday)

Salami Day -- sponsored by salamiday.com

St. Cloud's Day (a/k/a Clodoald the Confessor; Patron of nail makers; St. Cloud, Minnesota)

St. Regina's Day (Patron of poor people, shepherdesses, torture victims)

Turn A Cartwheel in Public Day -- the internet has it out for us

Victory Day -- Mozambique

Welsh Fairies Bonnet-Hurling Competition -- Fairy Calendar


Anniversary Today:

Sergey Brin and Larry Page incorporate Google, 1998


Birthdays Today:

Evan Rachel Wood, 1987
Devon Sawa, 1978
Angela Gheorghiu, 1965
Michael Feinstein, 1956
Corbin Bernsen, 1954
Chrissie Hynde, 1951
Julie Cavner, 1951
Susan Blakely, 1950
Gloria Gaynor, 1949
Richard Roundtree, 1942
Cuneyt Arkin, 1937
John Phillip Law, 1937
Buddy Holly, 1936
Don Messick, 1927
Peter Lawford, 1923
Jacob Lawrence, 1917
Anthony Quayle, 1913
Elia Kazan, 1909
Michael E. DeBakey, 1908
Grandma Moses, 1860
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533


Debuting/Premiering Today:

"The Flying Nun"(TV), 1967
"Truth or Consequences"(TV), 1950


Today in History:

Traditionally, the solar eclipse date that marks the birth of Heracles of Thebes (Latin Hercules), BC1251
The Roman army under Titus occupies and plunders Jerusalem, 70
In the world's first submarine attack, the American submersible craft Turtle attempts to attach a time bomb to the hull of British Admiral Richard Howe's flagship HMS Eagle in New York Harbor, 1776
The "Troy Post" of NY first uses "Uncle Sam" to refer to the US, 1813
Last hold-up of Jesse James, 1881
Edith Eleanor McLean becomes the first baby in the US to be put in an incubator for premature infants, 1888
The Boxer Rebellion in China officially ends with the signing of the Boxer Protocol, 1901
Eugene Lefebvre (1878–1909), while test piloting a new French-built Wright biplane, crashes at Juvisy, France when his controls jam. Lefebvre dies, becoming the first 'pilot' in the world to lose his life in a powered heavier-than-air craft, 1909
The first day of the first Miss America Pageant is held in Atlantic City, NJ, 1921
Philo T. Farnsworth demonstrates the first use of television in San Francisco, 1927
The last surviving member of the thylacine species, Benjamin, dies alone in her cage at the Hobart Zoo in Tasmania, 1936
Integration begins in Washington, D.c. and Baltimore, MD public schools, 1954
Desmond Tutu becomes the first black man to lead the Anglican Church in South Africa, 1986
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake rocks Athens, rupturing a previously unknown fault, 1999
Hurricane Ivan, a Category 5 hurricane, hits Grenada, killing 39 and damaging 90% of its buildings, 2004
The first presidential election is held in Egypt, 2005

12 comments:

  1. (((insert joke I am not funny enough to think of about an invisible comment)))
    <3

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  2. sweet baby. just want to pick her up and hold her for a moment.

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  3. That is absolutely correct. So precious.

    Have a purrfect Wordless Wednesday. ☺

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  4. smart kitty- undercover and close to a bite to eat! BIg hugs to you!

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  5. I get such a kick out of our furkids and their concept of being invisible. Twiggy often sneaks under our bed to wait for lights out and cuddle time, with her long fluffy tail hanging out, and then she is surprised when we reach down and collect her, like "How did you know I was in here?" :-) For as much mischief as they can get into in full sight, I'd hate to think what havoc they could create if we truly couldn't see them at all, just cupboard doors popping open, trash cans tipping over and food slipping off our plates!! :-)

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  6. I remember hurricane Ivan. Why do cats like sit on chairs that are pushed under the table?

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  7. Cats are naturally mysteries, wrapped in riddles, hiding in the shadows. ;)

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  8. Cats always think they're hiding even when most of them is visible.
    I'm not going to tell them and be the one who spoils it ;)

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  9. LOL - our cat would totally try this trick! He likes to hide in places and then leap out at you when you walk by. It's pretty much the only interaction he has with us -- just scaring the crap out of everyone in the dark. Cats - not to be trusted!! LOL

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