If we were having coffee, I find there is nothing more thought-provoking than useful and useless chatter. This is one of those chats so please join me, and let’s discuss how many steps we can take today and make sure they are all in the right direction.
There’s a limit to how many steps you’ll be able to take today. Make sure they’re all in the right direction. – Jeff Sheehan
As the Honey Drizzles
Just too irresistible to not include this trivia since it relates to bees. My favorite beBee.com is all about bees and hives, as that is their theme. “Don’t Step On a Bee Day” (Sunday, July 10th) is a worthy reminder of the importance of the common bee. It’s vital that we take care to maintain bee populations, pollination, and honey production. This also is applicable within beBee for the same reasons. The steps we take today will affect our future, let’s be sure they are in the right direction and be kind to one another along the way.
Many Moons Ago
Yes, cars played a big part during my teenage years, especially when I was in high school. We would spend hours cleaning and waxing our cars just to look cool as we cruised through the most popular streets, and in and out of the most popular places in town. Hey! Look at me now! Our radio was set to our favorite station and of course, loud enough for all to hear. Not too loud though because we didn’t want to muffle the purring of a finely tuned engine. Sally Sue was a hot number then, all dressed in red…to be continued.
Breezy summer days
Cherished memories galore
Kindred souls embrace
Travel Much? “Never cease to explore and tell” The blog reflects upon lovely stories and breathtaking photos. From my point of view, this blog is a real treat and well worth the stop by. The excerpt below is an example of the cleverness of our writer.
Have you ever said to yourself, stop making excuses why you can’t – because you know damn well that you can?
And, what about today, July 11, 2016?
Today is International Town Criers Day In olden times, when few people were literate, and there was little access to printed media, town criers were a central part of urban living. Town criers were responsible for keeping the populace up to date with the latest news and events, and for disseminating news from the ruling classes to the wider populace.*
Can you imagine if town criers were our only source of news today!? I believe the job of town crier would be a secure position yet challenging. They would be busy, don’t you agree? And the joke of the day: “I’ve just been organizing my local village fete. Booking that town crier was a good shout.”
This is Tuesday Chatter, a weekly event where you can leave the link to your blog, giving others a chance to appreciate your talents. Here’s the link for the how-tos. Tuesday Chatter.
I’m Eugenia and it’s time to put a wrap on this chat. So long from this week’s Tuesday Chatter and have a great week everyone!