THE SHUT-IN MAKES AN ESCAPE!
Well, the sun came out bright and cheery, the arctic winds ran out of air and the temp climbed to 36F … and I took advantage to escape the confines of home. Actually, I need groceries. So I bundled up and jumped on the Metro bus.
Going past the History Museum reminded me that I have to get over there soon to see the special exhibit on the 250th birthday of the fair city on the Mississippi. The actual founding date will be on February 14. Did the French who founded the city celebrate Valentine’s Day. I’ll have to look it up.
OK, I’ve had a craving for the Taco Salad for weeks. After that I picked up the groceries and headed home.
Pretty close to the book illustration. The paper is preprinted with details of the item being folded and if you get of the folds correct it had better look like the item.
I don’t know if you can remember the time McDonald’s gave the Flintstone Mugs away, but this was one of them. The mugs came in a variety of shapes and sizes, but although they were glass they were designed to look like they were carved out of stone. While I never managed to get the complete set, I did have several of them. This is the only one left. It’s now an antique.