No exciting d-news…
D-question though… Is there a way to check a soda to see if it’s diet or not???
Several years ago, actually 2004, I decided to photograph many of our tree ornaments. I didn’t have diabetes then (3 months later…), wow! Anyway, at that time I was sure that someday our sons would really want to know where the ornaments came from. Probably not but, I have the photos and so, you get to see some of our ornaments from now until December 25th. We have too many ornaments. That’s why I had to buy the great big tree to hang all the ornaments on. I hate putting up the great big tree (it’s not nice to curse while putting up the Christmas tree). We have to use a ladder to put up the great big tree. I love looking at the tree once it’s up and done!
New Hampshire’s Old Man of the Mountain collapsed in May, 2003. Our eldest, always a witty child, called that morning and I answered the phone. He asked, “Is dad okay?” I said “Yup, why are you asking?” “Well I just saw a report on CNN that the old man fell off the mountain in New Hampshire.”
Face-like stone formations are common around the world. The Old Man was famous largely because of statesman Daniel Webster, a New Hampshire native, who once wrote: “Men hang out their signs indicative of their respective trades; shoe makers hang out a gigantic shoe; jewelers a monster watch, and the dentist hangs out a gold tooth; but up in the Mountains of New Hampshire, God Almighty has hung out a sign to show that there He makes men.”