Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Rescheduled Services and Funnies, a Random and Happy Tuesday Post

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It's time once again for a random and happy Tuesday, linking up with Stacy's Random Thoughts at Stacy Uncorked and Sandee at Comedy Plus 


Up until a couple of days ago, every time i went out in the morning to take Coda for her morning constitutional, all i could hear was the roar of generators.  Now, i hear crickets, and i do mean actual, real crickets.  It's a lovely sound.


This is funeral week.  Mr. C from our church, Mr. Jack (Ms. PA's husband), and my brother all this week.  The hurricane really messed up a lot of schedules.


Things go on though, and we have funnies.  Like the following Senior Texting Codes.


SENIOR TEXTING CODES:


ATD - at the doctor. 

BFF - best friend fell.

BTW -bring the wheelchair.

BYOT - bring your own teeth. 

FWIW - forgot where I was.

GPA- gotta pee again

GGPBL - gotta go, pacemaker battery low.

GHA - got heartburn again. 

IMHO - is my hearing aid on? 

LMDO - laughing my dentures out. 

OMMR - on my massage recliner 

ROFLACGU - rolling on floor laughing and can't get up.


Here are some real life examples of why teachers and parents might decide to drink.














Have a blessed and beautiful day, everyone!






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Today is:


Air Force Day -- Pakistan


Another Look Unlimited Day -- sponsored by Envira Myntyl, a day to look around and see what you don't need and can donate to charity, to lessen the flow to landfills


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


Constitution Day -- Fiji


Feel the Love Day


Grandma Moses Day


Independence Day -- Brazil


Lusaka Peace Agreement Day / Victory Day -- Mozambique


National Acorn Squash Day


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


National Boss/Employee Exchange Day -- US (or anyone else who wants to foster understanding between bosses and employees, trade places for a day and see how the other half lives!)


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


Play Days -- sponsored by the HUMOR Project, add humor to your life; through Saturday  


Rosh Hashanah -- Judaism (began last night at sundown, through tomorrow at sundown)


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


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

The US Government takes control of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two largest mortgage financing companies, 2008

Canada closes its Iranian embassy and expels the Iranian diplomatic staff from their country, 2012

Tony Abbott becomes Prime Minister of Australia after the Liberal-National Coalition wins the election, 2013

Asteroid 2014RC makes a close approach to Earth, coming within 39,900km/24,800mi, 2014

British archaeologists announce the discovery of a Neolithic "superhenge" under three feet of earth at Durrington Walls, 2015

The 15th Summer Paralympics opens in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2016

The Indian Space Agency loses contact with its Chandrayaan-2 moon lander just 2 km from landing on the Moon's surface, 2019

17 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

I hope all those lives can be suitably commemorated and celebrated.
And thank you for the Senior codes.

River said...

Those test answers are hilarious!

Nancy Chan said...

The answers to the tests are funny. The teachers wouldn't know whether to cry or laugh when marking these tests.

My GBGV Life said...

The senior codes are being sent to Gramma and we love the tests, how funny! Sorry it is a funeral week and we are very sorry to hear your brother passed away. Hugs to you.

Victor S E Moubarak said...

Great humour today. Thanx Mimi.

God bless.

Charlotte (MotherOwl) said...

Funeral week ... hugs and prayers from Denmark.
Those answers some of them cracked me up.
And acorn squash day ... I thought it was what I was doing on my way home, namely stepping on, and thus squashing acorns. I had to look it up to see if I was rigth and inadvertently did something on the right day XD I learned something new today.
And now I'm caught up with your blog, I don't know why I was a day behind for some days.

Tabor said...

You make me thankful I am out of required school. I like lessons in everything except math or physics. So sorry for you loss of those you knew, especially your precious brother.

carol l mckenna said...

My condolences to you for the loss of your dear brother and others you know ~ fun post ~ life goes on ~ eh? ~ Xo

Living in the moment,

A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Brian said...

Hugs, too many gone too soon. I did enjoy the humor though.

Cruisin Paul said...

I love the senior codes especially about peeing. That's for me.

My condolences to all especially to your brother Mimi.

Cruisin Paul

Kathe W. said...

Oh Mimi- so sorry to learn about your brother. My condolences and many hugs to you.

Sandee said...

I love them all. Love the senior ones. Know them all. I love how kids' minds work. So logical. Not right, but so logical to them.

Big healing hugs for this difficult week.

Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday. Big hugs. ♥

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da tabbies o trout towne said...

praying for you and your family and friends that you can get through this week; God's strength ♥♥

the test answers are priceless !! ☺☺

jenny_o said...

Thinking of you in this week of commemoration of lives now gone and people being missed, Mimi.

Thanks for the smiles - those test answers are very inventive and the students didn't even get credit for their creativity :)

pilch92 said...

Sorry you have lost so many recently. Love the texting. XO

UP said...

funny stuff with the comics. So sorry for your lossses.