It’s good to be back in the blogging world especially today when I checked online, Google doodles the 155th Anniversary of Pony Express, which even more excites me.
I actually have known nothing about the Pony Express. But of course, thank you to Google and online resources for sharing and made information available to everybody then.
Google Doodles 155th Anniversary of Pony Express
Here’s some relatively helpful information regarding Pony Express. Pony Express is actually a mail service way back then which caters delivery of messages, newspapers, mail, and small packages fro and to different parts of the United States by a horseback.
Oh well, that sounds really exciting to think about Pony Express. For a kiddo of recent generation like me, indeed, seeing a one in a horseback delivering stuff would be fun and a must-try experience.
Just so when I tried visiting Google homepage today, this interactive doodles welcomed me. Yes, Google Doodles Grimm Fairy Tales 200th Anniversary today.
Google Doodles Grimm Fairy Tales 200th Anniversary
Hope you guys will enjoy today’s Google doodles because I really do!
My morning online was graced up by how Google Doodles 107th Anniversary of Winsor McCay “Little Nemo in Slumberland” today.
Google Doodles 107th Anniversary of Winsor McCay “Little Nemo in Slumberland”
If you’ll visit the homepage of Google today, you surely will enjoy the Google-land’s Nemo adventure! Try it for yourself!
Six months after LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian got married on April 22 this year, the two are now happily celebrating their 6-month wedding anniversary.
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian were engaged in December 2010.
I am just wondering what Rimes has received from Cibrian and the other way around.
What about you? Can you guess what Cibrian have had for Rimes? And if you will be celebrating anniversaries, that do you think is the best anniversary ideas for your husband? Can you share some?
In the province, where my parents are staying now with my niece and nephews, which is basically where our farm is located also, we don’t have home theater system yet. I am thinking of suggesting to have one before the year ends to my mom. Since we moved to our new house, almost all of our old household stuffs were left at the old house. Mom doesn’t want to use the old things anymore. She told us that for the new house, new things should be used also.
While lurking some designs and concepts of an audio visual area at home, I just remembered Aaliyah. Today marks her, 10th death anniversary. It’s really sad to think, but nothing to do more about it.
Despite her absence, physically, Aaliyah’s songs will always be very alive in each heart of the people especially to her fans.
Anyway, going back to the AVR at home, I already have something on my mind to share to my mom. But I am not sure if she’ll approve it. Hehe. Well then, our house is not just merely mine, but OURS. LOL!
Hillary Duff, the star of the Disney Channel’s “Lizzie McGuire”, announces her pregnancy just lately, August 14, Sunday.
That day was also her and husband, Mike Comrie, first wedding anniversary.
Congratulations to the couple!
Just as I woke up today, I was drooling to see the new Google homepage today which doodles the 450th anniversary of St. Basil’s Cathedral.
I just want to share, anyway, a bit info about the St. Basil’s Cathedral. St. Basil’s Cathedral is also known as the Cathedral of the Protection of Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat. It has been the tallest building in Moscow before the Ivan the Great Bell Tower was built. It was actually originally named as Trinity Church.
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Today, May 30, 2011, the last Monday of May, the United States of America is celebrating its 2011 Memorial Day. Happy Memorial Day 2011 USA!
I only understand a few about the Memorial Day celebration of the United States. I neither am good nor liked history; perhaps the reason why I never put any serious attention to my teachers during my senior high school years in our History class. Yeah, I ain’t kidding disclosing how bad was my History grades before. At least, I still manage to pass the subject.
Anyway, as what I have lurked about the US Memorial Day celebration, it is celebrated as an honor to the soldiers who won the freedom of the United States. Isn’t it sweet to think of? Or maybe I’m just carried away the thought that I have my hubby M that is a soldier too? LOL!
Seriously, I honor soldiers even before I met my hubby. Soldiers put all the risks to battle against unlikely people wanting to govern a country with just a single firearm and nothing more. When in battle, they almost forget their-selves just to win such. Their family, friends and relatives are all left at home when they are on call to perform their duty and responsibility for the country.
Truly, they should be honored and remember; being such a heroic in their little ways.
Happy Memorial Day 2011 USA!
Today is May 1. And if you have noticed it, Google celebrates 160th Anniversary of the First World Fair in their homepage.
Google celebrates 160th Anniversary of the First World Fair
According to Wikipedia.com
World’s Fair, World Fair, Universal Exposition, and World Expo (expo short for “exposition”), are names given to various large public exhibitions held in different parts of the world. The first Expo was held in The Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom in 1851 under the title “Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations”. “The Great Exhibition”, as it is often called, was an idea of Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s husband, and was the first international exhibition of manufactured products. As such, it influenced the development of several aspects of society including art and design education, international trade and relations, and even tourism. Also, it was the precedent for the many international exhibitions, later called “World’s Fairs”, which were subsequently held to the present day. In Acapulco, New Spain (Mexico), annual fairs took place for several centuries where countries from Asia exhibited their products brought to the New World by the Spanish Royal Navy Nao de China.