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We almost always have a good many cars parked here at the house. We juggle for position in the driveway and spill over onto the street, but that's what comes of having teen and adult children living at home with their own cars.
Also, we have to be careful not to violate any of the parking regulations the parish has, so none of us get a parking ticket. So far, we haven't, but a few people in the area have, and we want to be extra careful, especially about parking on grass.
This reminds of some parking trouble Boudreaux was having.
Boudreaux had been workin' on his lawn, an' he was mighty proud of it.
He decide to get him a sign made, so he ax Thibodeaux to rec'mend him a good sign maker.
"Go see Mr. Poche," Thibodeaux done tol' him. "He can make a sign real good, big an' sturdy!"
So Boudreaux did dat, went an' saw Mr. Poche, an' dey agree what de sign gonna say, an' how much.
A few days later, Boudreaux go to see Thibodeaux, an' he say, "Mais, what for you tell me go see Mr. Poche?"
"He can make a good sign," Thibodeaux say. "Did som'tin' happen?"
"He can make a good sign, big an' sturdy," Boudreaux say, "but he cain't spell! He done paint a sign dat say, 'Park Here, Get Toad!' De dumb neighbor's dumb frien's still be parkin' on my lawn, an' dey be axin' me where de toads be at!"
Aldersgate Day -- Methodism
Battle of Pichincha Day -- Ecuador
Bermuda Day -- Bermuda
Brooklyn Bridge Day -- the most often sold bridge in the US (or so i've been told) opened on this day in 1883
Brother's Day -- celebrate all forms of brotherhood, biological, adopted, fraternity brothers, or members of your labor union
Cape May Music Festival -- Cape May, NJ, US (world class music performances of many genres; through June 11)
Day for the Naming of Rocks and Planets -- Fairy Calendar
European Day of Parks -- Europe
Feast of Hermes Trismegistus -- Hellenistic Egyptian Calendar (thrice-blessed Hermes, patron of alchemy, date approximate)
French Open Tennis Tournament -- Roland-Garros Stadium, Paris, France (part of the Grand Slam of Tennis, annually since 1925; through June 7)
Independence Day -- Eritrea(1993)
Indianapolis 500 -- Indianapolis, IN, US (the world's single largest one day sporting event)
International Tiara Day -- ladies, celebrate your powers of leadership in your life; tiara wearing is optional, it's the fact that you rule that matters
La Fete des Saintes Maries -- Les-Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, France (Roma [gypsy] festival, to honor St. Sara, St. Marie Jacobe, and St. Marie Salome, their patrons; through the 25th)
Little Lamb Day -- publication anniversary, in 1830, of the original poem "Mary Had a Little Lamb"
Lubiri Memorial Day -- Buganda Region, Uganda
Morse Code Day -- anniversary of Morse's first message in 1844 (Morse Code Day is also celebrated on his birth anniversary, April 27)
National Escargot Day
Sovereign's Day Holiday / Commonwealth Day-- Belize
Sara-la-Kali -- St. Sara, or St. Sara the Black's Day -- patron of the Roma (Gypsy) Peoples (pilgrimage)
Sts. Cyril and Methodius's Day (Orthodox Church celebration; Patrons of Macedonia) related observances
Bulgarian Education and Culture and Slavonic Literature Day -- Bulgaria
Slavonic Enlighteners' Day -- Republic of Macedonia
St. Susanna's Day (Patron of martyrs)
Billy Gilman, 1988
Alyson Hannigan, 1974
Joe Dumars, 1963
Kristin Scott Thomas, 1960
Rosanne Cash, 1955
Alfred Molina, 1953
Jim Broadbent, 1949
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley, 1945
Patti LaBelle, 1944
Gary Burghoff, 1943
Bob Dylan, 1941
Tommy Chong, 1938
Lilli Palmer, 1914
"Engineer Bill" Stulla, 1911
Samuel I. Newhouse, 1895
Lillian Moller Gilbreth, 1878
Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, 1819
Emanuel Leutze, 1816
Abraham Geiger, 1810
Gabriel Fahrenheit, 1686
Spy Hard(Film), 1996
Indiana Jones and Last Crusade(Film), 1989
View to a Kill(film), 1985
"Jumpin' Jack Flash"(Single release), 1968
"Le roi l'a Dit / The King Has Spoken"(Opera), 1873
Today in History:
The Fifth Crusade leaves Acre for Egypt, 1218
Peter Minuit buys Manhattan, 1626
The English Parliament passes the Act of Toleration protecting Protestants; Roman Catholics are intentionally excluded, 1689
John Wesley is converted, essentially launching the Methodist movement; the day is celebrated annually by Methodists as Aldersgate Day, 1738
Antonio José de Sucre secures the independence of the Presidency of Quito, 1822
"Mary Had a Little Lamb" by Sarah Josepha Hale is published, 1830
The first passenger rail service in US, from Baltimore to Elliots Mill, Maryland, begins, 1830
Samuel FB Morse taps out the first telegraph message, "What hath God wrought", 1844
The Brooklyn Bridge in New York City is opened to traffic after 14 years of construction, 1883
The United Kingdom annexes the Orange Free State, 1900
Amy Johnson lands in Darwin, Northern Territory, becoming the first woman to fly from England to Australia (she left on May 5 for the 11,000 mile flight), 1930
Igor Sikorsky performs the first successful single-rotor helicopter flight, 1940
Conclusion of the Sixth Buddhist Council on Vesak Day, marking the 2,500 year anniversary after the Lord Buddha's Parinibbana, 1956
Cyprus enters the Council of Europe, 1961
FLQ separatists bomb the U.S. consulate in Quebec City, 1968
The drilling of the Kola Superdeep Borehole begins in the Soviet Union, 1970
The International Court of Justice calls for the release of United States embassy hostages in Tehran, Iran, 1980
Eritrea gains its independence from Ethiopia, 1991
Israel conducts Operation Solomon, evacuating Ethiopian Jews to Israel, 1991
15-year-old Sherpa Temba Tsheri becomes the youngest person to climb to the top of Mount Everest, 2001
North Korea bans mobile phones, 2004
London's Metropolitan police remove belongings and sleeping bags of homeless people as part of 'a policy of reducing the impact of rough sleepers on the community', 2013