GIANT BEACH SCULPTURES, COMFORT FOOD BASED ON YOUR ZODIAC, EXTRAORDINARY HOLIDAY CARDS TO ORDER NOW, 5 FAB RECIPES TO READ AND MAKE, SLO-MO BABY GOATS SHOW HOW TO LIVE FOOT LOOSE AND FANCY FREE
Yo! Daymaker Readers and Yo! Monday –
Daylight Savings time happened yesterday. “Spring Forward – Fall Back.” I think most of us know that little saying or phrase.
Save Arizona and Hawaii – they just sit tight and keep their clocks the same because Daylight Savings Time is not observed there – lucky them – ha (did a super fast research on that via Google – ha).
My computer and cell phone did the time change automatically. I still need to turn all the house clocks and oven digital clock back.
Enjoyed finding these fabulous interestings for today.
Beginning with the Spectacular Artworks on an Australian beach. They are nothing less than HUGE, CREATIVE, WHIMSICAL MASTERPIECES. “Good on ya, Artists!”
Wish I could’ve kicked off my shoes and walked along the sandy beach and viewed all up close and personal.
Perhaps next time. Hello, Bucket List!
OLDER ADULTS SHARE … I can relate to all — save #8 (I don’t recall cars being smaller and slower) and #13 (I didn’t ever camp out in line for a concert ticket). However, sounds like a total adventure memory!
The CLASSIC COMFORT food you are based on your Zodiac sign. Me? I’m fried chicken! High Five.
I LOVE the story and little video of the bakery owner walking outside her shop on opening day and seeing the long line of people supporting her new business! I’m pretty sure that’s called love of community. Incredibly special.
The Houseyacht is big slick magazine material. Just awwww-mazing.
I wouldn’t even dream of something like this – wouldn’t be my deal – but I sure do think it’s beauty-full.
The 3 FABULOUS on-line places to purchase extraordinary holiday cards.
I have ordered from these 3 companies over the years and they are my favorites. (( Gotta plan early to make sure they reach you in advance so you can receive, write, stamp and mail.))
Raise your hand if it doesn’t bring a smile to your face to receive a Christmas card in your mailbox? As in snail-mail?
Seriously, who doesn’t? A card in my mailbox says to me, “Hey, you’re special and isn’t this special?! Just for you.”
Check them out. THE CARDS ARE FABULOUS PIECES OF ART!
((PRO TIP – specifically, Rifle Paper Company – click on the card image and the site will take you to the option of ordering a box of cards – $3 per card as opposed to the single card which goes for $6. AND! Gold envelopes.))
And … PIC … coming soon … when I drag out my Christmas decorations, I have many cool cards – best of the best — that I’ve received over the years (little, special pieces of art that I framed in inexpensive little frames and prop up all over the house). A fantastic display of Christmas artwork — EVERYWHERE !
I learned this idea of framing keeper cards many years ago at my Aunt Maggie and Uncle Phil’s home. I totally copy-catted that idea and these little pieces of artwork remain one of my favorite Christmas decoration treasures.
The 5 recipes — OMG! All!
Ohhhhh — this little Slo-Mo baby goats video with symphony music in the background is a MUST WATCH. They’re all moving to their own groove and not one single wall-flower. All participate. Couldn’t stop watching these little cuties! Brought joy to my day. I wager will bring joy to yours, as well.
MURPHY’S LAW collection will not disappoint. So spot on.
Thanks all for joining and reading us today. And sharing and commenting. Super meaningful. GRATEFUL.
Here we go!
Click and Enjoy:
- Over 100 Spectacular Artworks line Australian Beach – here are a few for you to view
- Older adults sharing little but important things that modern technology has made obsolete …
- The Classic Comfort Food you are based on your zodiac
- This little big story from this time last year is so full of BEAUTIFUL HEARTS all standing in a long line
- Luxury “Houseyacht” anyone (?) WOW !!
- 3 SUPER COOL companies to order memorable Holiday cards to send to friends and family. Bet the recipients save the cards – they’re seriously beautiful pieces of art tucked in an envelope – stamped and mailed as a little gift! Here they are: ONE — TWO — THREE
- RECIPE (!) BRIE MAC ‘N CHEESE — hello delish twist on the old familiar favorite
- RECIPE (!) Sheet Pan Fajitas – Oh, mama, looks fabulous
- RECIPE (!) Crockpot Mushrooms – I’m in love with this easy-as-it-gets side or mixed in with pasta recipe
- RECIPE (!) Easy Take Out Egg Rolls – insider shares his recipe and techniques to be a pro at home!
- RECIPE (!) Red Velvet Bundt Cake – Beautiful + Delicious = Rockstar Dessert
- S–L–O–W M–O–T–I–O–N baby goats having a blast – doing their thing!
Two wrongs are only the beginning
He who hesitates is probably right
Success always occurs in private and failure in full view
The hardness of the butter is proportional to the softness of the bread
The severity of the itch is proportional to the reach
If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried
Experience is something you don’t get until just after you need it
Change is inevitable — except from vending machines
Plan to be spontaneous tomorrow
If at first you don’t succeed — skydiving is definitely not for you
Your best golf shots always occur when playing alone
The person ahead of you in the queue, will have the most complex transaction possible
Traffic is inversely proportion to how late you are, or are going to be late
Behind every little problem, there’s a larger problem waiting for the little problem to get out of the way
It is never in the last place you look. It’s in the first place you look, but never discovered on the first attempt
When a broken appliance is demonstrated for the repairman, it will work perfectly
Left to themselves things tend to go from bad to worse
The difference between Stupidity and Genius is that Genius has its limits
Never argue with a fool — people might not know the difference
When you’re up to your nose — keep your mouth shut
When you’re at a seating event — the people whose seats are furthest from the aisle arrive last
If you don’t care where you are; you’re not lost
~ Collected by Peter Clarson