It's a tad moist outside this morning, and with the temps, could provide some slick spots on roadways and especially overpasses, so be mindful of that if you're headed out early.
Our Hoosierland weather for midweek finds us with rainy conditions through most of the day, and an expected high of around 42 degrees, but that's not gonna happen until later this afternoon, just so you know.
As for sunshine...sorry, not gonna happen either.
Now, how's about we get some coffee, tea or hot cocoa poured and parked close-at-hand, as we take a look at what's been going on elsewhere, hmm?
*** First off of the driveway is our WHO SAID THAT? quote for the week:
"To give thanks in solitude is enough. Thanksgiving has wings and goes where it must go. Your prayer knows much more about it than you do."
I thought this to be right in tune with what tomorrow has to offer us, and what we have to offer to the day, ourselves, and to others.
So, who said that?
The answer at the top of Friday's post (even I take the occasional day off...lol).
Meanwhile, back at the Cathedrsal of Notre Dame...
*** Next up, it's time for our "What the hell happens today, Bob?" feature:
NOVEMBER 23 -
---Today is National Jukebox Day
---It's National Cashew Day
---It's National Eat A Cranberry Day
---It's National Espresso Day
---And, it's National Tie One On Day
NOT what you think it is...it's an apron thing)
NOVEMBER 24 -
---Thursday is National Sardine Day
---It's the National Day of Mourning
There, we have this covered until Friday.
*** Next up, let's get the STUPID out of the way before we move on...
Here we go with a story link to some more TNB.
|You be BUSTED, yo.|
Tyquane L. Stewart, 24, of the 500 block of McKinnie Avenue is the one being charged in this event.
He tried running from police...didn't work out so well.
Hey, Tyquane..."DOH"!...LOL. You asshole.
Someone OBVIOUSLY did not bring THIS person up the right way...did they?
It's called the LACK of parenting, plain and simple.
Another sterling "example" of the low-information black community infesting the SE side of the city...proud of yourselves now?
---And, could it be that the "Trumpster" is walking MORE of those campaign promises back?
|Relax...I got all this covered. Trust me.|
Maybe the 2nd one I can give him a pass on - the underdeveloped nations are the CHIEF cause of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere, NOT America. You're still gonna have to watch BOTH hands on this guy. Sorry, that's just how I feel about it (and him).
*** Next, and since I don't feel like bothering with all the other minutia of the city and it's goings on, let's change gears and remember something nice...
FIFTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF DOCTOR WHO!
That's right, today's the day, so dust off your fez, don your scarf, or just fire up the TARDIS.
It predates Star Wars AND Star Trek...imagine that.
Now THERE is a reason for cake...with dark blue icing...lol.
*** Last back to the garage...any person of substance HAS to be a pet-lover.
|Even when they're asleep, they comfort us.|
Like last night, our female was chasing my laser pointer, and she would pounce on the beam (then I'd turn it of).
When she lifted her paw, I'd turn it back on and again, she'd pounce on it...a few times, as if to say "this dot is NOT going to escape from the carpet again". When you place the beam on the ceiling, that's also funny as hell.
But, it's a lot more than lasers...so much more, in fact.
When they're sleeping, it's just so damn cute the way they cuddle up to one another.
The male is especially fascinated with all the birds that feed on the patio...stays at the door a couple hours a day, just watching them.
Naturally, the feline "crazies" also take hold in the evening...manic running about for seemingly NO reason AT ALL. Hard to get pictures of THAT. Reminds me of the human race (all the time...heh).
At least cats can turn it off...people, not so much.
I wish I had a TENTH of the energy these cats have...
You come to realize how important something is when you no longer have it around (or are without it for a length of time)...that's for sure.
And yes, it's also a responsibility, and one which I gladly embrace, as does every pet lover.
The funny thing is, none of us are ever pet "owners", for they wind up owning US in more ways than we believe.
Not a bad thing at all...is it?
Stay SAFE out there, America.
(And do have a very blessed Thanksgiving Day, remembering all we truly have to be thankful for - we'll catch you on the flip-side)