Friday, January 30, 2015

Top 10 Born in Boston Area

If history fascinates you more than football you might want to check this out. Perhaps no one from Boston will read this list over the weekend but maybe in time.

These men and one interesting lady are all "Patriots".  Google them. I did not have enough time to do a description about them.

There is currently a series on the History Channel called "Sons of Liberty".  It highlights Sam Adams role in the American Revolution. Some historians believe the program took some liberties with their depiction of Samuel Adams and I would like to add all the commercials were a bit taxing but it is a good background to the start of the colonies standing up for our independence. Not all those listed below had a highlighted role in the show but bear honor and should be included in your search for further information about our friends from Massachusetts. I came across these names while I was looking up the main characters.

Sam Adams

Dr. Joseph Warren

Dr. John Warren

John Hancock

John Adams

Mercy Otis Warren (pen name A Columbian Patriot) She is real interesting for a woman of the times.

James Warren

Thomas Crafts

Paul Revere

Ben Franklin

Here is an additional interesting link and it is current plus it has a Facebook page
http://boston1775.blogspot.com/

Personally I am watching football, I already saw the series.  It's a good one. Who am I rooting for?  The winners of course, I can't wait for the battle.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Top 10 Super Bowl Eats



Top 10 Super Bowl Eats


Plain Pizza

Pizza with Toppings
Potato Chips

Pretzels
Wings

Chicken Fingers
Beer

Wine
Dips
VS
Sauce
Chili

Tacos
Coke

Pepsi
Veggies

Fruit
Hot Dogs

Hamburgers
Roast Beef

Meatballs

What's on tap for your party?



If it is not about the game, it's about the food.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Top 10 Power De-Clutter Mix

The week of January 25 Moving forward from deflate to delete is International Clear Out Your In Box Week and believe it or not Clean Out Your In Box has a Facebook page. They do offer tips if you are interested. 

I try to clear out my obstacles each year and I like to start with inspiration and music. I offer ideas of  a little mood music.

1. Believe  (lyrics; I don't need you anymore) Cher

2. Hit the Road Jack (applies to electronics) Ray Charles

3. I Can't Make You Love Me Bonnie Rait (works with fashions). It never looked quite right on you.
Caution this song does not work with relationships, it is a heartbreaker.

4. Irreplaceable (To the left To The left) Beyonce (applies comfy sweat pants, once the elastic gives out, you should give em up). Everything and everyone is replaceable, sometimes we forget that and should be grateful for what we have.

5. You Lost That Loving Feeling The Righteous Brothers (applies to snug clothes)

6. I Need You America ( This song is counter intuitive for this project, I don't recommend BUT it is a great song.)

7. Can't Live If Living Is Without You (some things you just have to keep) (Yes you can, just try it). This can certainly apply to electronics if only for a day or even an hour. Harry Nilsson

8. Free Free Set Them Free If You Love Somebody Set Them Free Sting

9. Learning How to Live.... Without You in My Life Lucinda Williams

10. Many Too Many Genesis

Clear out the clutter make room for the future.


Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Top 10 Things That Mysteriously Accumulate

Snow, it can happen overnight!

Junk Mail the old fashion way, in your mailbox.

Spam and sexual innuendo from people you never heard of.  You know not to open those right?

Hangers in all sizes and shapes.  I remember "1" time buying a six pack, they all matched.  Did the pro-create?

Gloves that don't match with the finger chewed off.  Who does that?

The fuzz aka lint in the dryer screen.  How are there possibly any fibers left on some fabrics? They shed bad.

Dishes in the sink.  Who had a party in my house overnight?  I didn't hear anything.

Dust accumulates on everything. Where does it come from?

Wrinkles and new lines on your face.  I counted, that was not there yesterday!

Pounds are not your friend and neither is the scale. How can you possibly fluctuate 3 pounds in one day and it ain't deflating?  If it were, I would weigh myself every 15 minutes.

Things can just happen mysteriously.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Top 10 Upcoming Events The Week of January 25

January 25 - 31 Catholic Schools Week look for an Open House in your district.  Click on the Choose My Future Link for locations of Catholic High School Open House in the Philadelphia Archdioceses.

January 26 - February 1 National Drug Facts Week. January 30 is Drug Facts Chat Day (use this link after 8 a.m.) Drug Facts Chat Day is an annual live online chat held between high school students and NIDA scientists during National Drug Facts WeekSM. Students from around the country ask the questions they most want the answers to about drugs and drug abuse, including drug effects, how to help friends or family that are abusing drugs, and what causes addiction. Our expert scientists give them the facts. Check this link for events happening in your area.

January 27 The Aging Brain and Alzheimer's Disease discussion at the Franklin Institute 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. for Adults Members and also open to the public. $5 for non-members and free for members.

January 28 Data Privacy Day: There are many great suggestions at staysafeonline.org.
on ways to protect your privacy.

 January 30 Drugs Facts Chat Day   8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Register to participate

January 30 Wing Bowl at Wachovia Center 6 a.m.
 
January 30  Black Tie Tailgate Auto Show Preview to benefit The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Division of Neonatolgy. Click for ticket information.

January 31 Mt Holly Fire and Ice Festival 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

January 31 Colonial Plantation "Winter Experience" 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations required: call 610-566-1725.

February 1 Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics 1 p.m.at Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.