Feline Friday was started by Steve, The Burnt Food Dude, and i'm going to believe it's because he likes cats.
He has handed hosting duties off to Sandee, of Comedy Plus, and it's simple to join, just follow the link to Sandee's page for the rules and the code.
Some kittens like to turn over their water. The new remedy is to clip the water bowl ring to the cage.
Do these sweet littles look like they'd need a precaution like that?
Friendly Fill-Ins are easy to do. There are four statements: the first two statements are provided by Ellen of 15AndMeowing, and the final two are offered by Lorianne The Menagerie Mom of Four-Legged Furballs. They try to make sure the statements will be fun to both answer and share. The linky will be posted at or about 12:00 AM on Friday. Please head over to one of their sites, link up, and share your thoughts!
Here are this week's statements with my responses underlined:
1. Every July, I _________.
2. I could be Snow White's 8th dwarf named _________.
3. I could use some _________ right about now.
4. I would like to start my own _________ business.
1. Every July, I look forward to celebrating #1 Son's birthday.
2. I could be Snow White's 8th dwarf named Late. Speaking of which, i'm behind on blog reading again, i'll catch up as soon as i can, thanks for being patient.
3. I could use some extra hours in the day right about now.
4. I would like to start my own _________ business. Actually, i do own my own business, cleaning and janitorial work. If i could do it over, i'd start a business that's not so labor intensive and hard on me.
Arafat Day -- Afghanistan; Bahrain; Djibouti; Egypt; Kuwait; Libya; Saudi Arabia; United Arab Emirates
Celtic Tree Month Tinne begins (Holly)
Collector Car Appreciation Day -- brought to you by the SEMA Action Network
Feast of St. Sunniva (Ancient Norse solar maiden Sunna's worship around this time of year was merged with the story of this medieval saint; Patron of Bergen, Norway and the Norwegian west coast)
Math 2.0 Day -- celebrating the intermingling of math with technologyhttp://mathfuture.wikispaces.com/events
Nagoya Sumo Tournament -- Nagoya, Japan (one of the 6 major tournaments; through the 22nd)
National Milk Chocolate with Almonds Day
Old Crafts Day -- it's listed in a few places, but i can't find the history; Old time crafts, or old crafts you've had sitting around the house and never gotten done? If you have the latter, do them or toss them!
Olive Branch Petition Day -- the final attempt, by the 13 Colonies, to avoid a complete break with England in 1775
SCUD Day (Savor the Comic, Unplug the Drama) -- a good habit, on every day
Sts. Aquila and Prisca's Day
St. Kilian's Day (Patron of people with gout or rheumatism, whitewashers; Bavaria, Germany; Paderborn, Germany; Tuosist, Ireland; Wurzburg,Germany)
Video Games Day -- do they really need a day?
Vitulatio -- Ancient Roman Calendar (when Vitula was given the first fruits of the earth)
Ziegfeld Follies Day -- his first "Follies of 1907" opened on this day
Prince Richard of Gloucester marries Birgitte Eva van Deurs, 1972
Jaden Smith, 1998
Sophia Bush, 1982
Milo Ventimiglia, 1977
Kathleen Robertson, 1973
Beck Hansen, 1970
Billy Crudup, 1968
Toby Keith, 1961
Kevin Bacon, 1958
Christopher G. Moore, 1952
Marianne Williamson, 1952
Anjelica Huston, 1951
Wolfgang Puck, 1949
Kim Darby, 1948
Cynthia Gregory, 1946
Jeffrey Tambor, 1944
Steve Lawrence, 1935
Marty Feldman, 1933
Roone Arledge, 1931
Billy Eckstine, 1914
Nelson Rockefeller, 1908
Louis Thomas Jordan, 1908
Philip Cortelyou Johnson, 1906
Alfred Binet, 1857
John D. Rockefeller, 1839
Ferdinand von Zeppelin, 1838
Etienne De Silhouette, 1709
Today in History
Vasco da Gama sets sail on first direct European voyage to India, 1497
Charles II of England grants John Clarke a Royal Charter to Rhode Island, 1663
Battle of Restigouche – British defeat French forces in last naval battle in New France, 1760
The Olive Branch Petition is drafted by the Second Continental Congress as the Congress' last attempt to get King George III of Great Britain to reason with them, 1775
The Declaration of Independence has its first public reading, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Liberty Bell is rung, 1776
Chippewas turn over huge tract of land in Ontario to the United Kingdom, 1822
Commodore Perry sails into Tokyo Bay, 1853
The initial force of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police begin their March West, 1874
The first issue of the Wall Street Journal is published, 1889
St. John's, Newfoundland is devastated in the Great Fire of 1892
The Dow Jones Industrial Average reaches its lowest level of the Great Depression, bottoming out at 41.22, 1932
The United States Air Force accepts its first female recruits into a program called Women in the Air Force (WAF), 1948
Richard Nixon delivers a special congressional message enunciating Native American Self-Determination as official US Indian policy, leading to the Indian Self-Determination Act, 1970
The Conference for Security and Co-operation in Europe creates the office of High Commissioner on National Minorities, 1992
NATO invites the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland to join the alliance, membership to become effective in two years, 1997
The Space Shuttle Atlantis is launched in the final mission of the U.S. Space Shuttle program, 2011
Pope Francis condemns the 'global indifference' to the plight of immigrants who have drowned trying to reach Europe, 2013
The mission of the NASA Curiosity Mars rover begins, 2013
Unesco declares Asmara, capital of Eritrea, a world heritage site for its Art Deco buildings, 2017
Eritrea and Ethiopia announce the re-establishment of diplomatic ties between the two countries after almost 20 years, 2018
According to new genomic study in "Nature", people from eastern Polynesia had DNA from indigenous Colombia, showing Americans and Polynesians made contact around 1200 A.D., 2020
Japan says the Olympics will be held without spectators as Tokyo announces state of emergency due to a surge in COVID-19, 2021