Today in My History

2000: Things that Go Bump in the Night
2001: I'm Sorry--You're Dead
2002: Georgette of the Jungle
2003: 1-800-INDIA
2004: I'm Already Behind
2005:  Wanted: An Arsonist

2006: Boo at the Zoo
2007:  Lizzie's Spa Day
2008: Goblin
2009: Another Corner Heard From
2010:  Snicker, Snicker
2011:  What Have You Learned, Beverly?
2012: The Unicorn in the Garden
Tricks and Treats

2014: It's Just What Happened
2015  Our Roman Holiday
2016: A Star Wars Halloween
 Something Dumb, Something Smart
2019: Trick or Treat

Theater Reviews
Updated 3/10

Books Read in 2020
 Updated 10/1
"THE PIONEER WOMAN: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels "

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Cast (updated 7/16)

(you know how to fix it)

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The Philosophy of Juice & Crackers
The story of Delicate Pooh
The story of the Piñata Group
Pumpkin pies
Who IS this Gilbert person anyway?

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November 1, 2020

Welcome to Sunday Stealing. This feature originated and published on WTIT: The Blog. Here we will steal all types of questions from every corner of the blogosphere. Our promise to you is that we will work hard to find the most interesting and intelligent questions. (Past hosts include: Our first - Judd Corizan, Mr. L, Kwizgiver and Bud) Cheers to all of us thieves!



Stolen from Kwizgiver




1. What has been your favorite part of the year so far.
Well, there's not a lot to think about "favorites" in 2020, but I do love that I have been playing on-line Scrabble with the granddaughters and Jeri.  I also love listening to Ned's radio show on Tuesdays.

2. Have you started Christmas shopping?
I shop for Christmas all year long.  I start shopping the day after Christmas and keep things hidden away until December.  Of course, I have very few people that I shop for, so it's pretty easy.

3. Do you like your handwriting?
No.  I used to.  It used to be pretty neat and clear, but now even I can't read things I have written.  It's why I never take notes when I review a show--I can't read them after we get home.

4. Song you could hear over and over and over again.
There are several, a few John Denver songs, and a few from Broadway musicals, for example.

5. A favorite quote.
I have a few, but this is a nice one:  "
Memories are the treasures that we keep locked deep within the storehouse of our souls, to keep our hearts warm when we are lonely." ~Becky Aligada

6. Last dream you remember.
I started dreaming again this year and have very complicated dreams, but can't remember any of them now.

7. Most expensive object you want to buy right now.
I can't think of anything I want to buy

8. Describe your eldest family member.
That would be my mother, who turned 101 this year.  I have not seen her since COVID entered our world, which would be 8 months.  I missed her 101st birthday but they do send me photos occasionally, which is nice.  Sadly, she doesn't want to talk on the phone to me.

9. What has your weather been like?
We may finally be looking at autumn.  The weather this week is in the middle 70s, it was high 60s last week.

10. Do you enjoy your job?
Retirement?  Sure!  My favorite job.  Salary sucks, but that's OK, the environment is great.

11. What is your favorite everyday item?
A toss-up between the TV and the computer.

12. Are you currently obsessed with any TV show?
Since Season 5 of Outlander ended, I don't know if I'm obsessed with any TV show, though I watch lots of them regularly.  This is Us just began and I assume I will be waiting eagerly each week. 

13. Book you’d like to read before the year ends.
I'd like to finish the half dozen books on my Kindle that I set aside to start another book on my Kindle!  I also have a "real" book by Sandi Toksvig that I want to read too.

14. Describe Kindness.
Treating people with compassion and respect.  Benevolence, sympathy, empathy, tenderness.

15. Describe your favorite candy in great detail.
To buy over the counter, Snickers has been my favorite for a long while, but lately it seems too sweet.  My favorite is really See's "California Brittle," which is a square of brittle covered with milk chocolate.  You can buy 10 of them in a package when/if the store is open.



Is this woman, who kissed #45 three times
really Melania???


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