The MARCH of Time!

“March comes in like a lion
and goes out like a lamb.”
– Thomas Fuller, 1732

The MARCH of Time!

“Rabbit, Rabbit”

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It’s not Easter yet!

Yesterday was the last day of February,
and the end of the second month of the year!
Today is the first day of MARCH 2018.
There is a Full Moon on March 1st and March 31st!

NOTE: We wrote another “March” Blog Post last year in 2017 that is a lot like this one. Compare and contrast if you like. This Blog Post stands alone.

HAPPY HANGOVER! – February 27th to March 6th
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March is the third month of the year. March has 31 days.
March is celebrated as a time of rebirth.

The meteorological spring begins on the first day of March and the Vernal Equinox on the 20th or 21st marks the astronomical beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere and the Autumnal Equinox in the Southern Hemisphere.

March is named for Mars, the Roman G-d of War. It was the first month of the year on the Roman Calendar and named Martius.

March 1st – Full Moon
The last full moon of Winter, known as the Worm Moon (also called Lenten Moon, Crow Moon, Crust Moon, Chaste Moon, Sugar Moon, and Sap Moon)

March 1st, 2018 is
NATIONAL PEANUT BUTTER LOVER’S DAY
NATIONAL MINNESOTA DAY
NATIONAL PIG DAY
NATIONAL DADGUM THAT’S GOOD DAY
NATIONAL FRUIT COMPOTE DAY
NATIONAL HORSE PROTECTION DAY

The Day of the Dude! – March 6th
see the previous Blog Post and CELEBRATE by takin’ it easy!
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March (the official definition):

  1. verb: walk in a military manner with a regular measured tread
  2. noun: an act or instance of marching.
  3. synonyms: walk, stride, hike, troop, trek, step, slog, pace, tread

Pi Day – March 14th (“π” = 3.14159265359 or 3.14 is Pi)

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The Ides of March – March 15th
see the previous Blog Post

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“Et tu Brute?”

Thanks to William Shakespeare and the play “Julius Caesar” we’ve all heard of The Ides of March. The story goes, in 44 BC a seer told Julius Caesar that his downfall would come no later than the Ides of March (March 15th). Caesar ignored him and later joked with the seer “The Ides of March have come.” The seer replied, “aye, Caesar; but not gone.” Caesar then attended the meeting of the Senate at the Theatre of Pompey, and was murdered by as many as 60 conspirators.

Gaius Julius Caeser (July 13, 100 BC – March 15, 44 BC)

Caesar:
Who is it in the press that calls on me? 
I hear a tongue, shriller than all the music, Cry ‘Caesar!’ 
Speak; Caesar is turn’d to hear.

Soothsayer:
Beware the Ides of March.
– Shakespeare

St. Patrick’s Day – March 17th
see the previous Blog Post

“Wherever you go and whatever you do,
May the luck of the Irish be there with you.”

March Equinox (Vernal Equinox) – March 20th on the west coast

The birth flower for March is the daffodil.
Birthstones for March are aquamarine and bloodstone which symbolize courage.

March Madness!
see the previous Blog Post
NOTE: We don’t like college basketball. We don’t like college sports.
Student athletes are taken advantage of by the university system.
College sports are a distraction and school rivalries cause division.
Corruption, payoffs and bribery are just 3 of the problems.
(see “pointshaving”, “Cheating” and “academic fraud” for more)
REMEMBER “THE FIX IS IN!”

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And if you think it’s just 4 coaches and 3 agents, YOU ARE MISTAKEN!

And if you think it’s just basketball, YOU ARE MISTAKEN!

SPRINGTIME!
see the previous Blog Post

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Springtime at the Paramount Ranch Park in Agoura, California

Passover (Jewish Holiday) – March 30th to April 7th
Good Friday – March 30th
Easter Sunday – April 1st

March 31st – Full Moon known as the Pink Moon (also called Sprouting Grass Moon, Fish Moon, Hare Moon, Egg Moon, and Paschal Moon)

APRIL FOOLS DAY! – April 1st
see the previous Blog Post

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Beware the Ides of March!

 

Beware the Ides of March! – March 15th, 2017

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“Et tu Brute?” – Julius Caesar

Gaius Julius Caeser (July 13, 100 BC – March 15, 44 BC)

Caesar:
Who is it in the press that calls on me?
I hear a tongue, shriller than all the music, Cry ‘Caesar!’
Speak; Caesar is turn’d to hear.

Soothsayer:
Beware the Ides of March.
– Shakespeare

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Shakespeare Doodle by JoshWillTravel

“CLAP YOUR HANDS! STOMP YOUR FEET! 
LOT’S OF LOVIN’ ON HAPPY STREET!”

“Everybody come on yeah, yeah, yeah on Happy Street!”
(Little Stevie Wonder from Muscle Beach Party 1964)

And it’s WineWednesday again! Time for a Toast!

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WineWednesday Again. CHEERS!

 

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The Adorable Cuteness of Puppies!

Puppy Update: They are doing great! They have the best life!
Such good little girls! They are totally spoiled, but in the best way.

Yesterday was Pi Day!
March 14 (3.14) is always Pi Day!
“π” = 3.14159265359….

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Cherry Pie for Pi Day!

The number π is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, commonly approximated as 3.14159. It has been represented by the Greek letter “π” since the mid-18th century, though it is also sometimes spelled out as “pi”.

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Apple Pie a la mode (double vanilla ice cream)

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“We love pie!”

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Marge’s CHOCOLATE CHIP PIE
(my friend Mark Teich’s Mom, pics above by Mark)

1. mix 1 cup sugar and 1/2 cup flour
2. add 1 stick butter (melted and cooled a bit), 2 slightly beaten eggs,
1 cup semi -sweet chocolate chips and 1 tsp vanilla
3. pour into a unbaked pie shell
4. bake 1 hour at 325 (test with toothpick when done)
5. serve with whipped cream or cool whip (my fave)

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This used to be our playground…..

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Annie on the Patio in San Jose, California

 




 

 

March 2017! 35000 Hits! Another Milestone!

35000 Hits!
Another Milestone!

THANK YOU LOYAL READERS!
Thanks for “tuning in and turning on” with JoshWillTravel!
We are sincerely grateful for your continued support!

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Ireland, green fields, a rainbow and sheep!

March 2017!

“March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.” – Thomas Fuller, 1732

March is the third month of the year.
The name comes from Mars, the Roman G-d of War.

Astrologically speaking, in March,
Leo (the Lion) is the rising zodiac sign and by April, it’s Aries (the Goat).

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The saying is simply an observation of the common seasonal pattern: March is the transition between winter and summer, usually starting with stormy weather and becoming mild later.

MARCH (verb or noun): walk in a military manner with a regular measured tread
synonyms: walk, hike, trek, tramp, slog, troop, stride, step, pace, tread, trudge, tromp, parade, file, process (see our previous Blog “The Company-of-Foote”)

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March is Women’s History Month
March is National Nutrition Month
March is Irish-American Heritage Month

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MARCH CALENDAR:
March 1
– Ash Wednesday
National Pig Day, National Peanut Butter Day
Yellowstone National Park established March 1, 1872
March 2 – Read Across America Day & Dr. Seuss’ Birthday
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National Reading Day, National Banana Creme Pie Day
Mount Ranier National Park established March 2, 1899
March 3 – World Wildlife Day
National Canadian Bacon Day
Mount Rushmore National Memorial dedicated March 3, 1933
March 5 – John Belushi RIP 1982
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March 6 – The Day of The Dude!
Remember the Alamo! 1836
March 7 – National Cereal Day!
Sunday, Bloody Sunday! The March on Selma, Alabama 1965
March 8International Women’s Day
March 9 – World Kidney Day
March 11 – Johnny Appleseed Day
March 12 – Happy Purim! Full Moon!
March 14 – Happy Pi Day! (3.14)
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Happy Birthday Albert Einstein! (born in 1879)
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National Potato Chip Day!
March 15 – Beware The Ides of March! Julius Caesar RIP 44 BC
International Day Against Police Brutality
March 17 – Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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https://joshwilltravel.wordpress.com/2017/03/17/haappy-saaint-paatricks-daay/

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HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY! Don’t Drink and Drive!

March 18 – World Sleep Day
March 19 – “Return of the Swallow” (Mission San Juan Capistrano)
Corn Dog Day!
March 20 – First Day of Spring! (Vernal Equinox)
International Day of Happiness and National Alien Abductions Day
March 21 – World Poetry Day (READ OUR HAIKU BLOGS!)
Happy Birthday Benito Juarez!
March 22 – World Water Day
March 23 – National Puppy Day!

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Nap time!

March 24 – World Tuberculosis Day
Happy Birthday Harry Houdini! (born in 1874)
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March 25 – International Earth Hour (observed)
March 28– Seward’s (Folly) Day (celebrate the 1867 Alaska Purchase!)
March 30 – National Doctor’s Day
March 31 – Cesar Chavez Day “Sí se puede!”

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Cesar Chavez RIP (March 31, 1927 – April 23, 1993)

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Spring Forward!
Daylight Saving time Begins March 12th!
Set your clocks ahead 1 hour!

March 2017:
Eating / Texas BBQ and Mexican food
Drinking / Pabst Blue Ribbon beer, fruit punch Gatorade and espresso
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Practicing / my organization skills
Mastering / 2 Little Puppies and the Big Boy
Learning / My old friends are getting old…
Trying / to get rid of stuff
Playing / With the Puppies! MyVegas Slots “Excalibur” Game (on facebook)
Finishing / New Blogs!
Reading / My friend Ann’s Obituary:

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Ann in Santa Cruz 2015

Ann Elizabeth O’Reilly (nee Collins) Rest in Peace.
Ann O’Reilly, 52, of Healdsburg and San Jose died peacefully on February 22nd, 2017, in Dana Point, California with her mother and sister by her side. Ann loved to swim and as a swim instructor leaves schools of enthusiastic swimmers, from infants to seniors, in her wake. Ann was a kind and generous soul and a gifted care giver. She loved books, the Oscars and Burt Lancaster. Ann was predeceased by her father Ben Tabor Collins of Healdsburg. She is survived by her mother Marilyn Collins of Healdsburg, husband Stephen O’Reilly and cherished daughter Audra O’Reilly of San Jose; sister Jackie Meese, brother-in-law Paul Meese, nieces, Crystal Meese, Paige Meese and nephew Connor Meese of Healdsburg; her aunt Alice, several cousins and countless friends. A memorial of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to 12 South Recovery, 33871 Golden Lantern Street, Dana Point, CA 92629-2371 Attn: Leslie Scrivner.
May the Four Winds blow her safely home.

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Summer Chillin’ on the Patio in San Jose with Annie

Writing / This Blog and Lebowski Haikus (see previous Blog)
Remembering / Ann and Mario (of Blessed Memory)

Friday morning, the “facebook of death” broke the news that Mario had died.

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Mario V. RIP

Rest in Peace Mario.
He danced at my wedding! He was the Life of the Party and so full of life. I love this pic! He wasn’t afraid to be “that guy” and he always had a good time and made sure the people around him did too. He loved to make people laugh! Always a joke, or a story, or a “Don Rickles” insult to make someone smile.
And Mario and Virginia were always there for their friends for as long as I’ve known them (35 years). My deepest condolences to the whole family.
May the Four Winds blow him safely home.

Obituary of Mario Veneroso (with just a little editing)
Mario Louis Veneroso (1958 – 2017) of Simi Valley, beloved husband, father, brother, friend and mentor to so many, has gone on to eternal rest. Originally from Garden Grove, California, Mario was a skilled engineer, photographer, scuba diver and trail-blazer. He loved good scotch and to be in nature, especially Yosemite. He was generous with all he had (especially humor) and his advice was sought and valued by those who knew him. He has gone to join his mother and father, Mary and Mario, and his brother, Matthew. He is survived by his wife, Virginia, his children, Christina, Nicholas, and Teresa, and his siblings, Michele, Marc, and Martin. Funeral services are on Friday, March 10th. If you cannot join, please feel free to raise a glass in his honor.

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Mario, Virginia, Steve, Al & Peter at KJ’s New Years Eve Party 2017

NOTE: We had a really good time at New Years Party and it was great to see everyone, having a “last chance” with an old friend (without knowing it) makes it seem bittersweet. And then he blocked me on facebook because of politics (he was a Trump supporter) which is “just like Mario”…….  two old friends in two weeks, tell them you love them now.

Wearing / My bathrobe and a knit cap
Cooking / Garlic-jalapeño sautéed shrimp
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Working / On clearing my Storage (see previous Blog)
Traveling / Across the SFV to NoHo and back
Wanting / More. (much, much MORE!)

Leprecauns are Irish fairies usually seen as little red-bearded men, wearing green coats and hats, who enjoy practical jokes and mischief. They are solitary creatures who make and mend shoes and have a hidden pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. If captured, they often grant three wishes in exchange for their freedom.

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Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Don’t Be This Guy:

And don’t forget “March Madness”, that college basketball thing with the brackets, and betting and office pools, and it’s a DISTRACTION from really important things that matter!

Don’t get me started on college athletic programs and the money involved!
DON’T WATCH! DON’T SUPPORT COLLEGE SPORTS PROGRAMS THAT GENERATE MONEY FOR SCHOOLS AND COACHES AND NOT STUDENTS.
DON’T SUPPORT COLLEGE SPORTS PROGRAMS THAT PUT ATHLETICS OVER EDUCATION OR VIOLATE THE RULES AND/OR ETHICS OF SPORTSMANSHIP!
DON’T SUPPORT COLLEGE SPORTS PROGRAMS THAT CONCEAL AND/OR COVER-UP CRIMES BY COLLEGES, PLAYERS AND/OR COACHES!
(And that’s all I’m going to say about that, for now)

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Lambchop

(from Wikipedia)
Lamb Chop
 is a sock puppet sheep created by late puppeteer and ventriloquist Shari Lewis. In 1957 the character, a female lamb, first appeared with Lewis on Hi Mom, a local morning show that aired on WNBC in New York.
Lamb Chop currently performs with Shari Lewis’s daughter, Mallory, mainly for the US Military. Lamb Chop is a three-star General! She was given a field promotion by Lt. Gen. Tom Conant, deputy commander of the Pacific for the Marines.



 

 

May Day! May Day! Hey, Hey, Hey! It’s the Month of May!

May Day! May Day!
Hey, hey, hey! It’s the Month of May!

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“I’ve got sunshine on a cloudy day
When it’s cold outside, I’ve got the month of May….”

May 1 is the 121st day of the year.
There are 244 days remaining until the end of the year.

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May is the 5th month of the year, spring in the Northern Hemisphere and Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. Memorial day in late May marks the start of the summer vacation season in the United States and Canada.

May’s birthstone is the Emerald which is emblematic of love and success. Emerald is a variety of the mineral beryl (Be3Al2(SiO3)6) colored green by trace amounts of chromium and sometimes vanadium

What’s Up in May?

May 1 – May Day!

May 1 – Lei Day in Hawaii!

May 1 – Beltane in Ireland! The first day of Summer and a public holiday on the first Monday in May. Also a “neo-pagan” holiday.

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Ireland, green fields, a rainbow and sheep!

May 1 – Mother Goose Day!
(According to the Mother Goose Society: Mother Goose Day was founded in 1987)

May 3 – National Teacher Day!

May 4- May the Fourth Be With You! Star Wars Day!

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May 5 – Cinco de Mayo!

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May 4 & 5 – Holocaust Remembrance Day! (Yom HaShoah)

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Holocaust Museum – Washington D.C.

May 6 – National Nurses Day!

May 6 – International Tuba Day!
International Tuba Day recognizes musicians around the world who struggle with the weight and size of a tuba. Founded by Joel Day, a tuba player in the Lower Merion High School Band in Philadelphia in 1979. He started Tuba Day as a result of a lack of respect for the tuba and tuba players.
Tubas come in varying sizes, weighing up to 50 pounds+
The Tuba was patented in 1835 by Wiebrecht and Moritz in Germany
The number of valves is not standard. A Tuba can have 3,4,5 or six valves

May 7 – The Kentucky Derby!

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May 7 – The Kentucky Derby!

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May 7 – Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs

May 8 – Mother’s Day!

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May 13 – Friday the 13th (the only one in 2016!)

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May 14 – Buddha’s Birthday!

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May 16 – National BBQ Day!

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Full Rack of BBQ Baby Back Ribs

May 21 – Armed Forces Day!

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The Eiffel Tower 1944

May 23 – Victoria Day! (Fête de la Reine) is a Canadian public holiday celebrated in honor of Queen Victoria’s birthday. Canada is the only country that commemorates Queen Victoria with an official holiday!

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O Canada! (stock photo)

May 25 – Towel Day!
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Towel Day! Don’t Panic.

May 26 – Sally Ride Day!
Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, was born May 26 1951, in Los Angeles, CA and died on July 23, 2012 at the age of 61, following a battle with pancreatic cancer

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May 28 – National Burger Day!

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Double BBQ Bacon Charburger with Cheese

May 30 – Memorial Day!

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USA! The United States of America!

May is also:

National Bike Month
National Barbecue Month
National Loaded Potato Month
National Chocolate Custard Month
National Egg Month
National Hamburger Month
National Salad Month
National Salsa Month
National Strawberry Month
National Blood Pressure Month

“While strolling through the park one day
In the merry merry month of May
I was taken by surprise
By a pair of roguish eyes
I was scared but I didn’t run away..”
Known for the lyric “While strolling through the park one day, in the merry merry month of May” –The Fountain in the Park” aka While Strolling Through (or Thru’the Park One Day is a song by Ed Haley (1862–1932) published in 1884 by Willis Woodward & Co. of New York but dating from about 1880.
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