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Posts from July 2014
by Jack Kulp posted Jul 31 2014 4:59PM
Numbers just released show that Honeynut Cheerios was the best selling breakfast cereal in 2013. The same survey states that Honeynut Cheerios are the least liked. I happen to like them, and have them for breakfast several times a week.  How could they biggest selling and least liked at the same time? BUT, my guilty pleasure is Cap'n Crunch with Crunchberries .  Never eat them for breakfast, though.  Only as a snack every once in a while.

Here's the rest of the list-

The top 10 best selling cereals in the U.S. are:  
1) Honey Nut Cheerios
2) Frosted Flakes 
3) Honey Bunches of Oats 
4) Cheerios 
5) Cinnamon Toast Crunch
6) Special K 
7) Frosted Mini Wheats
8) Lucky Charms 
9) Froot Loops
10) Raisin Bran.  
 
by Brent Carey posted Jul 31 2014 1:25PM

I saw this video posted awhile back, but never took the time to watch it.  I was "too busy" and thought I'd watch it when I had more time.  It appeared again today and I made time.  I'm glad I did.  The message was a great reminder...

Today is... "not just another day ... it’s the one day that is given to you - Today! ... it’s given to you .. it’s a gift ... it’s the only gift that you have right now! ... and the only appropriate response is gratefulness! ... (Brother David Steindl-Rast)


Photo Credit: Holger (PC-Problems), Flickr
 

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by Charly Kayle posted Jul 31 2014 6:00AM
That's what happens when I'm in a hurry to get ready for work.  I'm rushing so much, I knock over my eyeshadow palette and dump all the colors on my lap.  Now I have to change my top to match my new multi-colored jeans!  :-)
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by Brent Carey posted Jul 30 2014 5:14PM
Siblings don't always get along, but Sadie definitely loves her little brother.  She loves him so much, she doesn't want him to grow up! 


Photo Credit: Katherine Johnson, Flickr
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by Charly Kayle posted Jul 30 2014 8:30AM
Mmmm, seaweed! Yes, it's 8:15am and this is my breakfast.  I've gotten enough strange looks from people walking into the control room, that I thought I would just post it for all to see.  It's not unusual, considering I've been up since 2:30am, so this would be my lunchtime.  That means in actuality, I completely skip breakfast.

 * EXCEPT FOR COFFEE!  God Bless coffee. *  

I also eat a banana every day, assuming I've been to the grocery store recently. If not, I've always got chocolate-covered banana slices in the freezer.  
 God Bless Trader Joe's dark-chocolate banana slices!  
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by Jack Kulp posted Jul 29 2014 9:19PM
They're delivered by Griffin, our neighbor who happens to be a 7th grader. Griffin, along with his family, raises hens in their backyard, and they seem to be pretty prolific. We're more than happy to buy eggs from his company "Griffin's Girls" on a regular basis. Doesn't get any better! Now, if they could only send some bacon over.......
by Charly Kayle posted Jul 29 2014 3:38PM
Original artwork by Annie Galvin of 3 Fish Studios  
I just adore these bears.  Their faces show the love I feel for our state.
 

  
My bears.  I've been fortunate to have lived in many places all over the country, but once I got to San Francisco
, I knew I was "home". heart 

Disclaimer: I am not a paid endorser of 3 Fish Studios or Annie Galvin artwork. Just a fan, and she doesn't even know it.  Yet! 
 
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People : Annie Glavin
by 96.5 KOIT posted Jul 29 2014 1:02PM
Coby from San Jose has been selected as the number one big dog. Take a look at the rest!

2. Butter from Sunnyvale


3.Apollo from San Jose


4. Skye King from San Francisco


5. Nellie from Half Moon Bay


6. Stella Ohana from Pleasanton


7. Ares Maldonado from San Jose


8. Cain from Hayward


9. Miko from Hayward


10. Jiro from San Leandro

 
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People : Skye KingStella Ohana
by Jack Kulp posted Jul 28 2014 6:42PM
....yellow jackets. And we've been hit hard on our neighborhood. I hear it's the same way just about everywhere else in the Bay Area. This is how our trap looked around 9a, after I set it the night before. There's no love lost between yellow jackets and me. When our youngest son was about 7, he and his friend accidentally stepped on a subterranean nest in our backyard. They were instantly swarmed. Thank goodness our neighbor was close by, and was able to hose the boys down. When we got our son up to the house, I stopped counting the stings at 20. Good thing he's not allergic.
by Brent Carey posted Jul 28 2014 2:10PM
These cats are up to something.  They appear to have come up with their own special language and could be plotting to take over the world.  Or maybe just the yard.  What do you think they're saying? 


Photo credit: Blowing Puffer Fish, Flickr
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