Monday, April 24, 2017

T for Tagalong Until You're Tired, an Awww Monday Post

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Grandma and Grandpa's dog Lulu loves to follow wherever you go.

Where are you going?  I want to tag along!

Where are you going?  I want to tag along!


Now that I've tagged along so much, I'm tired!







Today is:

Ambivalence Day -- a holiday to tell your friends about, or not

Community Day -- CL, Spain

Community Day/St. George's Day -- AR, Spain

Concord Day -- Niger
  
Feast of Eros -- Ancient Greek Calendar (date approximate)

Genocide Remembrance Day / Martyrs' Day-- Armenia

Happenstance and Coincidence Evening -- Fairy Calendar

Kapyong Day -- Australia (Battle of Kapyong, 1951)

Loktantra Diwas -- Nepal (Democracy Day)

Pigs in a Blanket Day

Spring Cat Cleaning Day -- because someone, somewhere, thinks you need to bathe your cat; ask the cat, he will refuse, and if you become insistent, be careful

St. George's Day -- NL, Canada (obs.)

St. Ives' Day (Patron of St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, England)

St. Mark's Eve*


Yom HaShoah -- Judaism (Holocaust Remembrance Day; began sunset yesterday, ends at sunset today)

*A young lady may eat a boiled dove's egg sprinkled with salt and place
a tulip, sacred to St. Mark, in a vase next to her bed, and so she will 
dream of the man she will marry.


Anniversaries Today:

Mary, Queen of Scots marries Dauphin of France, François, at Notre Dame de Paris, 1558


Birthdays Today:

Courtnee Draper, 1985
Kelly Clarkson, 1982
Eric Balfour, 1977
Chipper Jones, 1972
Cedric the Entertainer, 1964
Djimon Hounsou, 1964
Michael O’Keefe, 1955
Eric Bogosian, 1953
Jean-Paul Gaultier, 1952
Doug Clifford, 1945
Barbra Streisand, 1942
Richard M. Daley, 1942
Sue Grafton, 1940
Jill Ireland, 1936
Shirley MacLaine, 1934
Stanley J. Kauffmann, 1916
Robert Penn Warren, 1905
Michael J. Dady, 1850
George N. Bascom, 1836
Anthony Trollope, 1815
Robert Bailey Thomas, 1766
Edmund Cartwright, 1743


Debuting/Premiering Today:

"Dancing at Lughnasa"(Play), 1990
"Die Jahreszeiten/The Seasons"(Oratorio, Haydn H 21/3), 1801
The Boston News-Letter(Newspaper), 1704 (first successful newspaper in the British colonies)


Today in History:

Thutmose III ascends to the throne of Egypt, although power effectively shifts to Hatshepsut, BC1479
Traditional date for the Greeks entering Troy using the Trojan Horse, BC1184
The appearance of Halley's Comet causes monks in England to predict evil happenings, 1066
"La Marseillaise" is composed by Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle, 1792
The Boston "News-Letter" becomes the first successful newspaper in the colonies, 1704
The Library of Congress is established, 1800
A patent is granted for the first soda fountain, 1833
William Price of the Washington Star becomes the first reporter to be specifically assigned to the White House, 1897
The fathometer, which measures underwater depth, is patented, 1928
Winston Churchill is knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, 1953
Cosmonaut  Vladimir Komarov dies in Soyuz 1, the first person to die during a space mission, 1967
Mauritius becomes a member state of the United Nations, 1968
The first Chinese satellite, Dong Fang Hong I, is launched, 1970
Gruinard Island, Scotland, is officially declared free of the anthrax disease after 48 years of quarantine, 1990
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is inaugurated as the 265th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church taking the name Pope Benedict XVI, 2005
Snuppy, the world's first cloned dog is born in South Korea, 2005
Iceland announces that Norway will shoulder the defense of Iceland during peacetime, 2007

Scientists in Kamchatka, Russia, report sighting the first adult white orca to be seen in the wild, 2012

16 comments:

  1. AHHH YES.
    We get the TAGALONG STEAL CHAIR here as well.
    :-)

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  2. Lulu is adorable.
    Pigs in a blanket day???? Where? How?
    T is for Tavaa Toast

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  3. Lulu looks so cute on the chair it looks like she ain't giving it up for no one heheh!

    Have a lazetastic day :-)

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  4. They don't want to miss out on anything!

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  5. Awww, Lulu is so precious. I love kitties, but I really love dogs. We sure miss our Little Bit.

    Have a terrific Awww Monday. ☺

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  6. Labs are just the best for being your friend and stealing your chair. Our Cocker Spaniel pup, Lucy follows me everywhere but she really prefers her own space when it comes to laying down.

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  7. Wondering if the dog's hearing or eyesight are going and she needs to be near a friend?

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  8. 'Pigs in Blanket Day'. I always thought that was Christmas day, because they are a tradional part of our festive lunch in the UK. Ours are tiny sausages wrapped in bacon and roasted alongside the turkey.

    Another day in Amble Bay!

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  9. Lulu looks like such a sweetie, a great companion for your grandparents! :-)

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  10. I love homes with dogs on the chairs.

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  11. What a nice dog you are Lulu, to take such good care of the grandparents.

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  12. I love me those kitties and I love me those pups too. I didn't get a degree from the university for nothing. Lulu is a doll.

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  13. I had a dog that always followed me wherever I went. Even if he was sleeping, he would wake up and follow. You can't buy devotion like that.

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