Just because Sandee of Comedy Plus is no longer hosting a Silly Sunday blog hop, do not expect me to quit telling Cajun jokes, especially as it has now become a habit.
Sweetie was fussing yesterday after i got home.
"I can't find my vitamin D bottle that I just bought! Where is it?"
He searched, then searched more, then fussed, and found my bottle.
"If I brought yours in, I know I brought in mine, and I'm going to find it!"
A moment later i finished what i was doing, got up, picked up the bag where he keeps all of his vitamins, and said, here it is!
"Where'd you find it?" he asked.
You put it away where it should be, that's why you couldn't find it, i told him.
"How do you expect me to find something if it's put away where it belongs?" he asked.
Boudreaux be done fumin' 'roun' de house an' Tee done ax Clothile, "What fo' Père be so angry?"
An' Clothile say, "He cain't fin' him de cell phone." An' Tee say, "Agin?"
An' Boudreaux say, "Don' you done be callin' it no smart phone, neither!"
An' Tee say, "Why not?"
An' Boudreaux say, "Mais, it don' be smart until I come in de house an' say, 'Phone, where you be?' an' it answer an' tell me itse'f!"
Sunday Selections was started as a way for bloggers to use photos that might otherwise just languish in their files. The rules have been relaxed, and it is now simply a showcase for your photos, new or old, good or bad, although nothing rude, please. It was hosted by River, who still participates, and is now hosted by Elephant's Child.
Sunsets here where we live are stupendous, and let's add a rainbow from yesterday.
Alexandra Rose Day -- anniversary of the tradition started by Queen Alexandra on this day in 1912, in which roses and rose emblems were sold in London and the UK, with the money going to smaller charities that are not usually in the national spotlight; also by tradition, the Lord Mayor of London bought the first rose
Alexandra Rose Charities still exists, but uses other forms of fundraising and now supports healthy eating initiatives among lower income mothers and children
America's Kids Day -- founded to encourage parents to teach their children the value of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Armed Forces Day -- Azerbaijan
Barcode/UPC Day -- the first scanner, at Marsh's Supermarket in Troy, Ohio, scanned its first item, a pack of Wrigley's gum at 8:01am this day in 1974
Beautician's Day -- on a couple of websites, while other list other days; if yours puts the "beauty" in beautician, remember her next time you go have your do tended to
Descendent's Day -- on the final Sunday of June each year, an encouragement for all the world's citizens to take an accounting of their activities during the prior year and how those will affect those who come after us
Feast of All Saints/Sunday of All Saints -- Orthodox Christian
Handing Back of Tiger-Get-By's Presents -- Fairy Calendar
Holiday for the Shemsu of Heru -- Ancient Egyptian Calendar (date approximate)
Independence Day -- Madagascar[Fetin'ny Fahaleovantena]; Somalia
International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking -- UN
International Day in Support of Victims of Torture -- UN
Log Cabin Day -- The Log Cabin Society, dedicated to preserving log cabins and the old-fashioned ways of life; many places that have historic log cabins plan big events the last Sunday in June to celebrate
Mother's Day -- Kenya
National Canoe Day -- Canada
National Chocolate Pudding Day
St. Pelayo's Day (Patron of abandoned people, torture victims; Castro Urdiales, Spain; Torreira, Portugal)
Sunthorn Phu Day -- Thailand (celebration of the country's best-known Royal Poet)
Ziua Tricolorului -- Romania (Flag Day)
Jennette McCurdy, 1992
Jason Schwartzman, 1980
Derek Jeter, 1974
Gretchen Wilson, 1973
Chris O'Donnell, 1970
Paul Thomas Anderson, 1970
Sean P. Hayes, 1970
Harriet Wheeler, 1963
Greg LeMond, 1961
Chris Isaak, 1956
Claudio Abbado, 1933
Eleanor Parker, 1922
Charlotte Zolotow, 1915
"Babe" Didrikson Zaharias, 1914
Colonel Tom Parker, 1909
Peter Lorre, 1904
Pearl S. Buck, 1892
Sir Robert Laird Borden, 1854
Lord Kelvin, 1824
Abner Doubleday, 1819
Arthur Middleton, 1742
For Your Eyes Only(Film), 1981
"Absurd Person Singular"(Play), 1972
"A Hard Day's Night"(Album, US version, release), 1964
"The Valkyrie"(Opera, WWV 86B), 1870
Today in History:
Roman Emperor Julian is killed during the retreat from the Sassanid Empire; General Jovian is proclaimed Emperor by the troops on the battlefield, 363
The legendary Pied Piper leads 130 children out of Hamelin, German, 1284
Richard III is crowned king of England, 1483
Francisco Pizarro is assassinated in Lima, 1541
W. K. Clarkson patents the first bicycle, 1819
The Christian holiday of Christmas is declared a federal holiday in the United States, 1870
The Science Museum in London comes into existence as an independent entity, 1909
The United Nations Charter is signed in San Francisco, 1945
William Shockley files the original patent for the grown junction transistor, the first bipolar junction transistor, 1948
The Berlin Airlift begins, 1948
The Saint Lawrence Seaway opens, opening North America's Great Lakes to ocean-going ships, 1959
The Universal Product Code is scanned for the first time to sell a package of Wrigley's chewing gum at the Marsh Supermarket in Troy, Ohio, 1974
Indira Gandhi establishes emergency rule in India, 1975
The CN Tower, the world's tallest free-standing structure on land, is opened to general public, 1976*
Biologists J. Craig Venter and Francis S. Collins announced that their research groups had mapped the human genome, 2000
Wangdue Phodrang Dzong, the four thousand year old ridge-top monastery in Bhutan catches fire and is destroyed; no relics were lost in the fire because the monastery was under renovation, 2012
Following the military coup in Thailand, people are warned that anyone calling for protest on social media will be prosecuted for sedition, 2014
The city of Falluja is freed from Islamic State control after a month-long campaign by Iraqi forces, 2016
Iceland’s presidential election is won by history professor Guðni Jóhannesson, 2016
The Panama Canal's third set of locks opens for commercial traffic, doubling the Canal’s capacity, 2016
A polio outbreak is confirmed in New Guinea by the World Health Organization, 18 years after it was declared free of the disease, 2018
More than 5,000 smuggled turtles are discovered in luggage at the Kuala Lumpur Airport, Malaysia, bound for India, 2019
*It is still the tallest in the Western Hemisphere