The Blogger Bookstore -Day 13

So it is Day 13 and I am going to do something a little different. I decided to showcase not 1, not 2 but 3 authors today and what they all have in common is Teaching. These authors are all teachers and with the world ūüĆé  being so unsafe now, I want to take the … Continue reading The Blogger Bookstore -Day 13

Toys and Imagination……Then and Now

Did your Toy Box look like this? Or this....from handmade toys to toys you hold in your hand, toys have changed so much over the past 40 years.¬† Kids as young as 3 years old are getting electronic toys for Christmas and birthdays and the prices for these items are extraordinary.¬† Remember Family Game Night...Did … Continue reading Toys and Imagination……Then and Now

Recommended movie….this month 2019

¬† My family and I saw this and we loved it!! If you have not seen 1-3 will love these characters.¬† From the beginning, these characters have been going on wonderful adventures together and have made us laugh for decades now.¬† They created Toy Story 4¬†after waiting 9 years.¬† Here is the trailer. reading Recommended movie….this month 2019

What has happened to communication…it is not getting better

¬†¬†What has happened to communication these days.....we go from this to this Landlines at home and you have a answering beepers to cell phones on the go that have to stay charged and near you at all times...¬† to this ¬†Simplified word and game processing to worrying about viruses on your operating system from … Continue reading What has happened to communication…it is not getting better

Black History Legends……Day 28

Richard Overton (May 11, 1906-December 27, 2018) Oldest living African-American man and World War 2 Veteran Technician fifth grade rank and stationed at unit 1887th Engineer Aviation Battalion Born in Bastrop County, Texas.¬† He received many awards and honors for his years of service between 1940-1945. ¬†Combat Infantryman Badge ¬†Meritorious Unit Commendation ¬†U.S. Army … Continue reading Black History Legends……Day 28

Black History Legends….Day 26

"Something Good" (movie) Cinema 1898 (29 seconds long) The First Negro Kiss on film. Pictured above: A movie called "Something Good" featuring actors Saint Suttle and Gertie Brown from Chicago.¬†¬† Listed below are movies that introduced African-Americans in the early 1900's. A Fool and His Money 1912 Railroad Porter 1913 Lime Kiln Club Field … Continue reading Black History Legends….Day 26