Monday, January 4, 2010

Today in history . . .

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Sir Isaac Newton was born.
Sputnik reenters the atmosphere and burns up.
I sleep in until 8:30.
Two Libyan jets are shot down by US aircraft in the Mediterranean.
Nixon refuses to hand over tapes subpoenaed by Watergate committee.
Lyndon Johnson makes "Great Society" State of the Union Address.
Louis Braille was born.
My home smells like VICKS - yuck.
Chinese and North Korean troops capture Seoul, Korea.
Lenin's "Political Testament" calls for removal of Stalin.
My temp is 100.8.
Britain grants independence to Burma.
1885 an appendix is successfully removed for the first time in Iowa.
Utah is admitted as 45th US state.
Marathon in 13 days....worried? Nope. Insanely frustrated that I am sick? YES!

4 comments:

Brooke said...

bummer. i lose about three days of my life for every one day that i'm sick. hope you feel better.

Ourphxsons said...

It's probably because your ALMOST getting another year OLDER and that's what happens to us OLD people...we get sick. Next will come the walker and we'll be pushing you through the marathon!! Heaven help us!!! (i do hope you feel better! really :) ) wont even leave a rude remark about having to do verification letters today.

Angie said...

But by being sick now you will certainly be healthy by then. See. And while you are waiting you can listen to NPR and learn more amazing facts.

amyraye said...

i agree with angie. about the getting it over with now part. 13 days? no problem. maybe it's your body's way of saying "slow down, crazy woman!"

i so wish i was there to run that marathon with you.