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Sweetie was talking the other day about how nice it will be once all the kids are grown up and out of the house. In a word, Ha! He has no clue!
Boudreaux, now he could done tol' you 'bout how it be when de chi'ren move out. He were talkin' to Thibodeaux 'bout dat a few day ago.
"It be quiet, quiet, since Tee an' Abela done move out," Boudreaux say. "It be too quiet, but dat ain't de wors' part."
"What be de wors' part?" Thibodeaux ax.
"Mais, now dat dey be gone, when summat go wrong in de house, Clothile don' got no one else to blame but me!"
ASPCA Day/Humane Day -- anniversary of founding in 1866
Birthday of Cybele -- Ancient Roman Calendar (great mother goddess)
Commodore Perry Day
Dust the Ceiling Fan Day -- before it gets hot and you have to turn it on and find out you forgot how dusty it gets up there the hard way
Encourage a Young Writer Day -- can't find out who started this, but it sounds like a great idea
Feast of Bau -- Ancient Babylonian Calendar (date approximate, around the same time of year the Romans honored Cybele)
Feast of Ezekiel the Prophet -- Roman Catholic
Feast of the Rivers and Seas -- Ancient Sumerian Calendar (mother of Ea[Earth]; date approximate, around the same time of year the Romans honored Cybele)
Founder's Day -- Salvation Army (birth anniversary of the founder, William Booth)
Frances Perkins Day -- US (birth anniversary of the first woman appointed to a Presidential Cabinet position)
Global Day to End Child Sexual Abuse -- sponsored by The Innocence Revolution
Golfer's Day -- anniversary of founding of the Professional Golfers' Association of America in 1916
Iroquois Thunder Ceremony -- Iroquois Native Americans (week long ceremonial thanksgiving for the rain, which brings new growth in spring; date approximate, but most tribes celebrate in mid-April)
Kamakura Matsuri -- Kamakura and the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, Japan (parades, festival, and celebrating spring; through next Sunday)
Kasama Tsutsuji Matsuri -- Kasama, Japan (Azalea festival attended by about 3 million people over the next 3-4 weeks)
National Cinnamon Crescent Day
National Farm Animals Day -- US
National Library Week begins -- US (sponsored by the ALA, this year's theme is "Libraries transform.")
National Siblings Day -- US
Safety Pin Day -- patented this day in 1849 by Walter Hunt
St. Macarius of Antioch's Day (Patron of plague victims; Ghent, Belgium)
Volunteer Recognition Week begins -- sponsored by Points of Light
Haley Joel Osment, 1988
Mandy Moore, 1984
Ryan Merriman, 1983
Liz McClarnon, 1981
Shemekia Copeland, 1979
Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, 1957
Peter MacNicol, 1954
Steven Seagal, 1952
Paul Edward Theroux, 1941
Joe Don Meredith, 1938
John Madden, 1936
Omar Sharif, 1932
Dolores Huerta, 1930
Max Von Sydow, 1929
Chuck Connors, 1921
Robert Burns Woodward, 1917
Harry Morgan, 1915
Frances Perkins, 1880
Joseph Pulitzer, 1847
William Booth, 1829
James Bowie, 1796
Commodore Matthew Perry, 1794
Hugo Grotius, 1583(O.S. date)
Cybele, Roman goddess (traditional, year unknown)
"The Entertainer"(Play), 1957
House of Wax(Film), 1951 Note: first full color 3D film from a major studio
The Great Gatsby(Publication), 1925
Ein deutsches Requiem, nach Worten der heiligen Schrift/A German Requiem, To Words of the Holy Scriptures, Op. 45(Brahms' Requiem), 1868
Today in History:
Halley's Comet and Earth experienced their closest approach to one another when their separating distance equalled 0.0342 AU (3.2 million miles), 837
the lama Deshin Shekpa visits the Ming Dynasty capital at Nanjing. He is awarded with the title Great Treasure Prince of Dharma, 1407
The Charter of the Virginia Company of London is established by royal charter by James I of England with the purpose of establishing colonial settlements in North America, 1606
The first law regulating copyright is issued in Great Britain, 1710
The Mount Tambora volcano in Indonesia begins its peak eruption period that lasts until July 15, 1815
The 10,500 inhabitants of the Greek town Messolonghi start leaving the town after a year's siege by Turkish forces. Very few of them survive, 1826
The NY "Tribune" begins publishing under editor Horace Greeley, 1841
The safety pin is patented by Walter Hunt of NYC, who sells the rights for only $100, 1849
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is founded in New York City by Henry Bergh, 1866
The first Arbor Day is celebrated in Nebraska, 1874
The Titanic leaves Southampton, England, 1912
Mexican Revolution leader Emiliano Zapata is ambushed and shot dead by government forces in Morelos, 1919
Warner Brothers debuts the first 3-D movie, "House of Wax," 1953
Adolf Eichmann is put on trial as a war criminal in Israel, 1961
In an attempt to thaw relations with the United States, the People's Republic of China hosts the U.S. table tennis team for a weeklong visit, 1971
A 7.0 earthquake kills 1/5 of population of Iranian province of Fars, 1972
H J Heinz, Van Camp Seafood & Bumble Bee Seafood say they would not buy tuna caught in nets that also trap dolphins, 1989
A rare tropical storm develops in the Southern Hemisphere near Angola; the first to be documented by satellites, 1991
President of Fiji Ratu Josefa Iloilo announces he will suspend the constitution and assume all governance in the country, creating a constitutional crisis, 2009