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March 1, 2012
Post updated: March 1, 2013
★~ Today’s Quote: “I expect to pass through life but once. If therefore, there be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do to any fellow being, let me do it now, and not defer or neglect it, as I shall not pass this way again.” William Penn
★~ Pig Day: Snort Snort:
In honor of pig day I lined up some of the finest pig snorters of all time. Please click Pigs! We salute you with our Snorts! I promise you will be amazed at there exsnortinary snorting ability.
★~ Peanut Butter Lovers Day:
Yes, we did just celebrate Peanut Butter Day on January 24th, if you remember, we established that good people ate chunky peanut butter and evil people preferred plain peanut butter. However, today is Peanut Butter Lover’s day—a day for the people who can taste the difference between Jiffy peanut butter and Peter Pan peanut butter, who order a PB sandwich leaving off the J, who would hunt down and do bodily harm to the family member who took the first dip into the peanut butter jar.
If you are a peanut butter lover, we salute you today by sharing the recipe for Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies! And we promise to look the other way when you eat peanut butter straight out of the jar. Just don’t double dip, please.
★~ Today in History:
♥~ 1803 – Ohio (17th state) became a state. Columbus is the capital. Nicknamed, The Buckeye State (nicknamed because of the many buckeye trees, the state tree). State bird the cardinal; the scarlet carnation is its flower. The word, Ohio, is derived from the Iroquois Indian word meaning ‘great river’. Ohio’s state motto: With God, all things are possible.
♥~ 1867 – Nebraska became the (37th) states. Nebraska means ‘flat water’ in Oto Indian speak. Lincoln is the state capital. Nebraska’s motto: Equality before the law. The western meadowlark state bird; while the goldenrod takes its place as the state flower.
♥~ 1873 – E. Remington and Sons of Ilion, NY began the manufacturing of the first practical typewriter. It was half-century before electric typewriters made their appearance.
♥~ 1962 – The first K-Mart store was opened by variety store operator S.S. Kresge in Garden City, MI.
♥~ 1968 – Elton John’s first record, I’ve Been Loving You, was released by Philips Records in England.
♥~ 1954 – Ron Howard Emmy Award-winning producer: From the Earth to the Moon ; actor: The Andy Griffith Show, Happy Days, American Graffiti; director: Night Shift, Splash, Cocoon, Backdraft, Apollo 13
♥~ 1994 – Justin Bieber teen heartthrob, singer: One Time, One Less Lonely Girl, Love Me, Favorite Girl, Baby, Never Let You Go, U Smile; LPs: My World, My World 2.0,My Worlds Acoustic, Never Say Never – The Remixes, Eenie Meenie, Somebody to Love
♥~ A sow can give birth to a litter containing 7 to 12 piglets, about twice a year. The gestation period of a sow is 114 days (3 months, 3 weeks and 3 days).
♥~ A baby pig, or piglet, weighs about 3 pounds at birth and will double its weight in just 7 days.
♥~ Weaning occurs at three months of age, but young pigs continue to live with their mothers. Two or more sows usually join together in an extended family.
♥~ Pigs are very clean animals. They keep their toilets far from their living or eating area. Even piglets only a few hours old will leave the nest to relieve themselves.
♥~ Pigs do not sweat. They don’t glow either. Pigs have very few sweat glands; to control their temperature they huddle in the cold, and pant or wallow when it gets hot.
♥~ Pigs are highly intelligent. Like dogs, they can be easily housebroken, taught to fetch and come to heel. Pigs can learn to dance, race, pull carts and sniff out land-mines
Emily and I are on day 240 of our Food Of The Day Goal. We try and eat the food of the day every day. It has been 92 days since my last Food Of The Day Muse. Time Flies. We have lots of pictures…Here are a few and I will be posting more very soon. Emily and her WoW children are truly Food of the Day Warriors.
February 5: World Nutella Day
February 19: Mint Chocolate Day
February 27: Kahlua Day
Emily, Wow Mom to Five, tip: “Celebrate all grown-up drink days to there fullest. It is always five-o-clock somewhere.” Did I mention that Emily recently took a part-time job outside the home?
Shout Out to @Mary Lee-Merrilymarylee’s, my Odd Family has it on good authority that you are in possession of a fine, fine snort that should be preserved for posterity. . .
Have a snortacular Thursday.
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