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It’s a sign

April 22, 2021
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Some pluck

April 21, 2021
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Good News

April 19, 2021

Flying cars are here – finally!

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First Contact – April 5

April 5, 2021

On April 5, 2063, the USS Enterprise-E and her crew will enter a temporal vortex. The Borg want to prevent the first warp flight by the human race. The mission of the Enterprise is to stop the Borg.

This first warp flight results in the first human contact with an alien race (the Vulcans). It will be one of the pivotal moments in human history.

Star Trek First Contact - Movie Poster Wallpaper ...

Assimilate this!

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Happy Easter

April 4, 2021
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Spring

April 2, 2021

Daffodil Hill at Lakeview Cemetery is always impressive. This year the weather and rain have cooperated to create a truly lovely display.

Daffodil Hill is somewhat of a misnomer because the flowers are spread over acres and acres of hilly ground.

We also saw this beautiful red tail hawk.

As you can see the sky was overcast . . . and then it snowed.

Spring.

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Wonderful

March 31, 2021

From Maggie’s Farm

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History of the Oval Office Decor

March 24, 2021

The President’s working space in the White House is probably one of the world’s most recognizable offices. But the Oval Office was not always where it is now in the White House – and it was not always oval. The office was moved to its current location in 1934. In 1902, Theodore Roosevelt built a rectangular room on the ground floor of the new West Wing, replacing offices on the second floor of the White House. William Howard Taft made it into an oval in honor of a symbolic feature of George Washington’s Philadelphia residence: a room with a bowed end where the first President would stand surrounded by a circle of guests, allowing him to democratically greet each visitor from the same distance.

Presidents leave their mark on the room by having it decorated according to their individual tastes – except for President Jimmy Carter who kept President Gerald Ford’s decor.

I cannot get the gizmo to embed, but if you would like to compare Oval Offices throughout history, click this link.

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What am I sappy cat blogging?

March 23, 2021
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Coasting Along

March 23, 2021

This is a little long, but I found it interesting.