This month and next month Shopping Around the World is being hosted by my brother Phenny (thanks bro).
This month brother Phenny is asking for:
or squashes or gourd…anything from the cucurbita furmily goes…you can make a cake, soup, snack… whatever you like…
and the day for shopping around the world hop is: FRIDAY OCTOBER 27th
grab your shoppingcart, buy a pumpkin and share the prices of the things you used and the recipe of your pumpkin-dish
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Did you know that around 1829, they had bells attached to coffins? I didn’t either until I stated doing some research. You’ll never believe what those little bells were for. Evil snort. People in this time often got smallpox, diphtheria and cholera and doctors hastily pronounced they were dead and signed death certificates. Sometimes they did this without even seeing the bodies themselves – just by the word of family. Medical procedures were nothing like they are today. Often with such, people were buried and and would wake up in a casket – shivers – the fear of that! Patents were put out on caskets that had a hole drilled the coffin through which a chord was run that would be attached to a bell that was mounted above the grave. The chord handle was placed in the ‘dead’ person’s hand just in case they ‘woke up’ from the dead. They could ring the bell in hopes that someone would hear above and dig them back up. It was an unfortunate time to live through, you think?
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Welcome my friends to SPOTLIGHT THURSDAY. This is the time that I will introduce you to one of my fellow anipals so you can get to know them better. Some of them, you may already know. We hope that you enjoy this series!
Name: Ruby (African Grey)
Age: 16 years
Web/Blog Page: https://peacewithmylife.com/
What were your first thoughts when you met your new parents? I wondered if I would be allowed to grow out my feathers and fly. I was so excited to learn that I could! I was ready to leave my previous home and go with the new family. I figured I had nothing to lose!
What was the defining moment when you knew you were in your forever home? Probably when my new parents got so concerned that I was too bored and lonely that they installed cable and gave me a TV! I was so excited – they must really love me! I like watching TV all day; I learn lots of new sounds and words.
What has been your biggest “Oh no, now I’ve done it” moment so far in your home? I can’t think of anything. I’m going to let Sugar answer that one next week; he has LOTS of those moments. I’m a good girl and don’t do that sort of thing (*bending over to preen a little*)
Who do you have wrapped around your paws more – mom or dad – and why? Dad! We watch movies together sometimes, and he hangs out with me a lot. Talons down, it’s DAD!
What’s the biggest misconception that humans think about you? I hate it when people think that I’m just babbling and don’t know what I’m saying. Sure, there are times I just like to play around with new sounds and roll them off my tongue, but if I’m talking to someone, then I mean what I say. We’re not just some sort of a recording device. We know what our words mean. Well, mostly.
Hope you enjoyed meeting my friend – check back next week for another Spotlight edition!
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