Americans this was almost our Independence Day. John Adams wrote to his wife, Abigail: “…July 2nd will go down in History. We’ll celebrate it parades and pomp and bells ringing and fireworks.” Because Congress actually rules in favor if Independence on July 2 but then officially accepted Jefferson’s declaration two days later, thus making the…[Read More]
Apparently June 4 is National Hug Your Cat Day. We are unsure who determines this “awareness day” but we are interested. We wonder how many cats are celebrating this event. The cats that would appreciate the annual embrace are into it but how about the aloof felines that would rather be left alone? Maybe they…[Read More]
This is the season of awards. Oscars, Golden Globes, Critics Choice, etc. It is the congratulations period of the movie industry and it means that the “Best” actors, writers, producers, sound, etc. are hopeful that they will get some hardware to prove that they among the best in their field. Awards season usually begins with…[Read More]
06/22/2013 No Comments
…Supermoon. Summer begins and we have the longest day of sunshine, graduations, and a perigree. Perigree? Is that a brand of dog food? Or a dumpling-type food served best with sour cream? Neither! It’s when the moon hits your eye like a big…Kinda. A perigree moon is an event in which a full moon is at its closest proximity to earth. It won’t appear this huge until August of next year so try and sky gaze Sunday at dusk or dawn to get a good look. Summer at the Jersey Shore with a Supermoon! Sweet.