Good News!! (& happy stories), May 2, 2020

Oh yeah. We need one.

So true.



Congratulation to North Carolina!

Pretty. I never heard of this tree before. Looked up “Ceanothus” and found that is is commonly called a California Lilac, and is an evergreen shrub.

Well. Wonder where they came up with THAT.

So cute!


Like this.

Vocabulary. “A sudden flash of hope in the heart.” I like that.

Who can resist a baby and his dog?

I wonder what my dog would do?

Was this really almost 50 years ago? Where did the time go?

Charlie’s prayer.

Have a great day!

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3 Responses to Good News!! (& happy stories), May 2, 2020

  1. Just wanna say to Czar, a man I consider wise and smart about the events of the day…

    Czar, your comments over on CTH…

    Were so good!

    Can’t tell you how much I appreciated them.

    Please keep up your diligence.

    Don’t stop speaking your real heart!

    What a great post, NOLA brother!

    You actually understand what is really going on!

    👍👍👍for you and your wife!


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  2. auscitizenmom says:

    I was absolutely in tears over many of these. They were so funny. That baby standing on his dog to get in the fridge is hilarious.

    That Karen reaction button sucks if I understand its use.

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  3. O gosh, Charlie Daniels is one of the best of the best…

    Conservative and intellectually intelligent!

    The devil may go down to Georgia…

    But he’s still gonna lose the big dance!

    There’s that better and greater violin thing…my first instrument as a kid and got to play it with the New Orleans Philharmonic Orchestra decades ago in the Delgado Museum. What a privilege. My violin teacher was Mr. Kirstenstein, first chair violinist of the NOLA Philharmomic orchestra.

    Our grandma who helped raise sis and me after mom died of pneumonia after having a lung removed because of TB…was so great to introduce us to great baroque and classical music…and other great stuff of literature. She had me reading Homer at 10 years old! Now is that not a great grandma or what?!

    She was a science teacher at Isadore Newman, a premier Jewish school, still one of the top 3 schools in the nation today…don’t even think about what it costs to go there now. She wasn’t Jewish, but she was loved and respected there as if she was, and they let her teach far beyond retirement age. Boy, did I ever love going to her science project presentations.

    What a wonderful treasury she got us kids involved in.

    Then there is that awesome library, the Milton H. Latter library on St. Charles Street, a fantasy place for an avid kid reader as I was. I have to confess, I hogged Jane’s book of planes waaaay too much.

    The memories are great, but our grandma who stepped in after Mom died, and then with Dad almost twice…I owe her much and much more. God couldn’t have given sis and me a greater Granny…and a wonderful city as NOLA was back in the 50’s and 60s!

    Czar…you will be familiar with the places…when New Orleans was a delightful place to live. But O! How things have changed! I bet you’ve been to Delgado Museum. The acoustics were perfect for a Philharmonic Orchestra. Not to mention being set a little ways off of St.John Bayou…a nice, relaxing place to go to water color classes offered by the Museum.

    Wouldn’t we all like to go back and visit such pleasant memories…waxing kind of melancholy tonight.



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