International Women’s Day, Peanut Butter Cluster Day

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March 8,2015

International Women's Day, Peanut Butter Cluster Day

★~ Today’s Quote: “Whether women are better than men I cannot say – but I can say they are certainly no worse.” – Golda Meir

★~ International Women’s Day:

International Women's Day, Peanut Butter Cluster Day

Make It Happen is the 2015 theme for International Women’s day encouraging effective action for advancing and recognising women.

The first National Women’s Day, backed by the Socialist Party of America, was observed in the United States in 1909. Two years later, International Women’s Day was marked in numerous European countries, as more than a million people reportedly attended rallies for women’s rights.

“International Women’s Day has become a powerful day for women activists banding together to have their voice heard,” Glenda Stone, founder of the global hub International Womens Day. com, tells Comic Riffs. “It has also become a mainstream day for celebrating the success of women in all fields across all countries.

“The true depth that lies behind why this day is so powerful, however,” Stone continues, “should really only be measured by three things: the level of awareness increased globally for overcoming inequalities for women; the levels of action and finance that are allocated directly as a result of Women’s Day campaigning; and the decrease or eradication of inequalities against women worldwide.” Check out Googles Doodle.

International Women’s Day: Inequality In Charts 

★~ Peanut Butter Cluster Day:

International Women's Day, Peanut Butter Cluster Day

Peanuts, Chocolate, Carmel! Yum. Just take a few peanuts put them on a a non-stick cookie sheet and top with melted caramel and chocolate. Allow then to cool and then break apart and eat! If you don’t eat peanuts just pop the caramels and choclate in your mouth.

★~ Today in History:


♥~ 1894 — dog license law was enacted in the state of New York. This was the first such animal control law in the U.S. It cost dog owners a $2 annual fee per pooch in cities with a population over 1,200,000. (People population, incidentally, not dog population.)

♥~ 1930 – Babe Ruth signed a two-year contract with the New York Yankees for the sum of $80,000.

♥~ 1979 – Rod Stewarts Da Ya Think I’m Sexy? Topped the charts.

★~Born Today: 

International Women's Day, Peanut Butter Cluster Day

♥~ 1921 – Alan Hale actor: The “Skipper” who led the S.S. Minnow on an infamous “three-hour tour.”

♥~1931 –  John McPhee, author, born in Princeton, New Jersey (1931), a literary journalist known for the huge range of his subjects. He has written about canoes, geology, tennis, nuclear energy, and the Swiss army. He once researched his own family tree and traced it back to a Scotsman who moved to Ohio to become a coalminer. McPhee has published more than 25 books, even though he rarely writes more than 500 words a day. He once tried tying himself to a chair to force himself to write more, but it didn’t work. He said, “People say to me, ‘Oh, you’re so prolific.’ God, it doesn’t feel like it – nothing like it. But, you know, you put an ounce in a bucket each day, you get a quart.”

♥~ 1943 – Lynn Redgrave actress: Georgy Girl, House Calls, Chicken Soup, Centennial, Rehearsal for Murder.

♥~ 1945 – Mickey Dolenz singer, drummer: group: The Monkees:

♥~ 1946 – Randy Meisner singer: base: group: The Eagles: Take it Easy, Best of My Love, Take it to the Limit

♥~ 1959 – Aidan Quinn actor: Legends of the fall, Avalon All my Sons

♥~ 1977 – James Van Der Beek actor: Dawson’s Creek, Standing Still, Texas Rangers, The Rules of Attraction, Varsity Blues, I Love You, I Love You Not, Angus

★~ Amusing Gallimaufry:

International Women's Day, Peanut Butter Cluster Day

(the kids think it is a camera….this so amuses me. I have my evil sweet Mother’s sense of humor)


All my clocks update automatically and I had completely forgotten about springing forward. I felt great this morning when I saw the time. I’d slept an hour later than usual! And then…. Oh well, I’m sticking with the all rested, good feeling!

We celebrated Cole’s 19th birthday yesterday (a post for later) and plan to do the same all over again today. What are your plans for the day?

Odd Loves Company,


6 thoughts on “International Women’s Day, Peanut Butter Cluster Day

  1. Happy, Happy Birthday to Cole — wow, 19 already? Have we been blogging buddies that long? Seems like just yesterday, huh? And where’s the pic of him and Joe blowing out candles? I never tire of seeing that!!

    No peanuts here, but chocolate and caramel is a winning combination.

    I think John McPhee is onto something. Besides, he probably writes 500 GOOD words a day, ha!

    • I passed along the birthday wishes to Cole. Thank you. I still want to write that “19” post –maybe this month.
      Chocolate and Caramel is one of my favorites.

  2. Morno,
    Happy Birthday Cole. Bet he had a good one .
    Funny picture. Gullible is one of the qualities I like best in little kids. They are a lot of fun before they know everything.
    Nap, Dinner with Sis and family, and bed. The time change always throws me off. Wish they would just leave the time alone. Harry hates it too.
    Have a good one.

    • Gullible in a kid is great! I mean afterall if you can’t torture your kids who can you torture.
      Hope Harry is back to his old self.

  3. A weekend of birthday celebrations………Happy Birthday Cole! Still hanging onto those teen years.
    Rainy day today. It’s always a success when Nik & I can get in the required walks. We were 5 minutes from a complete dry walk this morning. Still ok. We’ll see what the next walk brings.
    Doing laundry, catching up on emails. Kind of a lazy day.
    I agree with Mike ^ on this nonsensical time change. It’ll hurt Monday morning as well as the whole week.
    Clusters sound tempting……
    Good afternoon!

    • I’m voting against time change next year if they ask me. Just so you know.
      Yep, I have a teen 1 more year and then I’ll have to say my 20 year old. . .

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