Tuesday Chatter 65

While we’re having coffee, let’s take a break from what we can’t control. Sometimes pointless chatter can eventually take on a form of positive energy.


Let’s begin with some trivia relevant to January, which is coming to an end. I’m glad to see this month go – how about you? Besides some eventful happenings,  I feel January is a rather dreary and drab month. But others may feel differently depending on their lifestyle and likes and dislikes, etc.

Monday, Jan. 30th is Bubble Wrap Day! Don’t you just love these unnecessary holidays? Who comes up with these ideas, anyway? Probably “they” – you know what I mean because we don’t know so we pin the blame on “they” for lack of a known entity.

Bubble wrap is used for protecting delicate items while in the process of being shipped. Now it’s touted for other uses, for example, a toy or a stress reliever. And here’s an interesting fact about Bubble Wrap…

Each year Bubble Wrap hosts a ‘Young Inventor’ award that encourages them to find ways to use Bubble Wrap outside of packaging. Whether you need a Bubble Wrap door cover to help you keep out the dings, or a Bubble Wrap cushy wheelchair to ensure your loved ones are safe from every danger, these young inventors work every year to try to create the newest Bubble Wrap rage.

The world isn’t a gift, you know

All tied up with a pretty bow

With how-tos on what to sow

Unfolding what we may reap

The unknown can make us weep

Sweeping ideas under the rug

Creativity forbade by the smug

A colorless world it would be

If not shared by you and me

Encasing the world in bubble wrap

Blurs the task for this and that

Our realization of imperfection

Will fuel throes of a revelation

By the way, the earth isn’t flat


Moving forward and featuring-

ALOZADE Ahmed, the artist displays artistic creations and ideas, especially in digital painting paintdigi 

Artist amateur specialty: Digital Painting. university research scientist, I test to enjoy my experience in classical drawing for years, my technical and scientific knowledge -aussi- of my training, methodological, psycho-philosophical ..to choose mysubjects, my features and my colors. 68 years old, I live in Casablanca – Morocco.


J. Richards of Sanford, Florida offers visual and written commentary, poetry and quirkery richwrapper

J Kirk Richards (who goes by his full first name of J) is a former active duty United States Marine Corps Combat Correspondent from the Vietnam Era.  He already has apologized for two decades of committing journalism in the fields of editorial and sports commentary, general and investigative news writing, editing, writing and photography of features, general news and city, county and state governmental agencies…

Imagine this-

“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.” – Albert Einstein


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 A wise man can learn more from a foolish question than a fool can learn from a wise answer.” – Bruce Lee

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!

Cheers! ☕️ 🍵




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28 thoughts on “Tuesday Chatter 65

  1. Yes, January can seem dreary. But then I think the Sun is shinning somewhere in the world right now. LOL.. and while ever we keep the smiles alive within our hearts the Sun will always be shinning upon us..
    Loved your poetry… I really feel all protected and Life is a Gift.. So thank you for this Present..

    Love and Blessings to you Eugenia xxx ❤

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  2. We have beautiful deep yellow crocuses and even daffodils in bud right now which always puts a smile on my face 😊 Bubble wrap! We just cleared out a whole cupboardful of the stuff! I can’t bear to throw it away, it is such a waste and environmentally polluting, but enough is enough! A great invention and we use it a lot, but I do wish companies would find a more environmentally biodegradable alternative. 🌍

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  3. January has been strange. Weather was weird. It was the first month of my retirement which has seemed like a long vacation. Bubble Wrap day. That’s odd, too. But then I guess every good thing and person should be celebrated at least o once a year.

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  4. I’ve seen bubble wrap used in scrapbooking and have some to try it out with. You put ink on the bubbles and then pop them on the paper. Don’t like to see the year speed by but I do like the freshness of a new month. Great poem!

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  5. I love those useless days. I come across them as I prepare my monthly Mental Health Awareness calendars, and they always give me a giggle. I think peanut butter day is coming up, btw.

    BEST use for bubble wrap – found on Pinterest – is for “insulating” single pane or leaky windows. Unlike with heavy, lined curtains, light still gets in, but it really does keep the heat in and the cold out. Plus, it hides behind sheer curtains. Great idea for renters with landlords like mine – lol.
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
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    1. Thank you. I have made several changes to the subject matter of Tuesday Chatter since it began. I find my bits of US trivia seems to draw a good crowd and I enjoy putting it together, especially since I have a lot of real life memories in the 60’s and 70’s.


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