The Washington’s Birthday Week That Was

This edition of The Week That Was is sponsored by Folger’s Coffee. Mountain grown for better flavor!

Mrs. Olson was played by Virginia Christine, who was married for over fifty years to Fritz Feld, the "king of pop." Observe…

See? Not just entertaining, but informative, too…

First: you have until Wednesday at noon to vote in this week’s Battle of the Bands. This week, Patti Austin and Diane Schuur square off on George and Ira Gershwin’s "How Long Has This Been Going On."

Another dull week here, and I’m not complaining. We had quite a bit of rain around midweek, which then dried up and we’re back to springlike temperatures here in the Sunny South. Not that it makes much of a difference, when you consider I haven’t been out in some time. Ah, life in the Great Indoors. When I was younger, this is what I dreamed of and wished for. Makes me think of the old expression "Be careful what you wish for. You just might get it."

Hope everyone is planning on participating in this year’s A to Z Challenge. We’ll be sharing the details in the very near future. At least I think we will.

Anyway, let’s move on to…

Thanks to:

And that wraps up this edition of The Week That Was.

11 thoughts on “The Washington’s Birthday Week That Was

  1. That’s quite the song. He sounds familiar. We had an expensive week. Our back door is literally falling apart so we bought a new door but have to wait until it’s warmer out. We have to slam it shut to lock it. Hubby glued the seam. The winds took off a couple of shingles. We had to get a new burner for our stove as the one went bye bye. Speaking of bye bye…our Furnace went. We had to get thst replaced but also needed an electrician to renew some plugs and wires. Ughhh


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