Showing posts from October, 2014

What's a Phobia or Two Among Friends?


October 13, 2014 Here is an amazing bit of reality.  Most elementary students don’t know what Columbus Day is.  How can that be?  Don’t they teach that poem in school anymore? You know the one:

In fourteen hundred and ninety-two,
Columbus sailed the ocean blue,Looking for land and riches, too,As over the waters he flew.Hello, India! Oh,no! Boo hoo hoo!It is the Americas one and twoOh well, Columbus, we still thank you.
Okay, this intrepid blogger wrote those last lines, but someone needed to. How do today’s kids not know the history of Columbus’ voyages, and what they mean to our country? Forget PC stuff. It’s okay that he wasn't the first man to set foot on western shores. It’s okay, well not really, but we can’t change his nature at this late date, so it’s okay that he wasn't the greatest role model. He was cruel. Heartless even. Sort of puffed up and thinking a little bit too much of himself, but he had just discovered Am…

Let's Hear it for National Cookie Day

ALittleBitofMiller@theDoubleD.bloggingmylifeaway October 1, 2014 It’s National Homemade Cookie Day.  
Now if that didn’t set your tongue to wagging and your mouth drooling, then maybe this will.  It is also National Firehouse PupDay. 
That’s not all, the 1st of October is been named  National Hair Day —sorry dudes with no hair, no love for you today.   Maybe there will be a National Bald Day later in the year.
Although to be fair, the day isn't about hair as much as it is about the service industry that takes care of you hair--salons, beautitions, barbers, hair product manufactures and so on.  Now, it doesn’t take a genius to guess which of these three this blogger will be celebrating today, although the hair is looking especially fly today.  To celebrate this momentous occasion, our renowned Chef Micah has been working around the clock on a secret concoction.  There is a rumor, that Chef M will reveal three new cookies for today—a new twist on some old faves.  If that is true don’t dawdle…