To every other in the whole world, today is your day as we all are celebrating mothers day today. It’s more exciting to know and see Google Doodles Mothers Day 2015 today.
Google Doodles Mothers Day 2015
My wish to every mothers out there is for you to be happy and contented with your chosen career that is priceless – to be a mother. Happy mothers day!
There’s something to celebrate which Google reminds us today as Google doodles Nellie Bly 151st birthday today.
Google Doodles Nellie Bly 151st Birthday
Yes! You heard it right. It’s Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman’s birthday, although she was famously known by his pen name, Ellie Bly. She was then a writer and a charity worker who became much known from her travels and trips in the whole world within 72 days. Who could imagine to have done that before? For now, that would only remain a dream for everybody to accomplish such travel to the world.
I’m no fan of any pianist nor got the tickling nerves in my every fingers to do the keys of pianos. But seeing how Google doodles Bartolomeo Cristofori on his 360th birthday, I could somehow thought if there was no Bartolomeo Cristofori before, probably no good music to produce now.
Google Doodles Bartolomeo Cristofori 360th Birthday
But of course, I couldn’t blame my childhood nor my parents for not sending me to any piano school before because I know how pocket monster it was especially for us, for my parents, who were not that well-off to send us to those luxurious schools. I am just so happy now and satisfied with what I have reached as I could appreciate the beauty of piano-driven songs every time I hear music, sing any songs or even dance with the every beat that every keys give.
Anyway, thank you Google for honoring this day for us to remember Bartolome Cristofori on his 360th birthday.
It is just right to celebrate a day to all our workers, be of blue, red or white collars, for whatever they do, they all contribute for our timely existence. With this also, I am just grateful to see how Google commemorates this day and honors our workers, laborers as Google doodles Labor Day 2015 today.
I don’t have a settled job as of this time, but I do accept online jobs, freelancer invite assignments, and receive a reasonable compensation with such. So I guess, I have to be thankful also for everybody who are celebrating this day for all of us workers.
Happy Labor Day to all of us and may we all continue to perform our daily tasks as heartily as we could so to provide a satisfying end-result for everyone.
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.
It’s been months since I haven’t visited this blog of mine. I know this blog felt so bad to me. I can’t blame anyone nor myself. I am just honestly busy with my professional chosen carrier and for being a mommy also. So every time I got home, I couldn’t even have a time checking on my laptop anymore to blog but to play with my little one instead.
But anyway, since I got ample time today, I am having every one here what Google doodles for today —- and for the coming year as Google doodles New Year 2015.
My image above is not that good but when you visit the Google homepage to see the more enticing Google doodle for the New Year — 2015.
Have a great year ahead guys!
Just when I checked Google homepage, I then remember my elementary and high school years which almost always mention Venn Diagram in our Mathematics class. The homepage today is very artistic and also animated which I am very sure that every kids and students would surely enjoy learning from those then.
Furthermore, Venn Diagram was first introduced by John Venn, a British logician and philosopher. I have not much information and knowledge about John Venn, honestly. But at least the use of Venn diagram is still somehow fresh in me until today. And it feels really good to see how Google doodles John Venn 180th Birthday today.
It’s good to see again how Google is getting so artistic and creative in their homepage as Google Doodles Mary Anning 215th Birthday today!
Google Doodles Mary Anning 215th Birthday
Honestly, I can’t remember if Mary Anning was mentioned in my history classes back from Elementary, Secondary and even in my College years. Or maybe, it was, but I just didn’t put much attention to her before. But anyway, Mary Anning was a British fossil collector. In fact, her collections made a great importance in the field of knowledge in the Jurassic marine fossil beds at Lyme Regis in Dorset. She has made a vast contribution to scientific investigation about the prehistoric life and the history of the Earth, per se.
And again, happy birthday to Mary Anning and thank you for your great contribution to our knowledge!
Here’s Google getting so doodly again as Google Doodles Dian Fossey 82nd Birthday!
As you may notice it, the Google homepage seemed to be gorilla-friendly. This is because Dian Fossey was an American zoologist and extensively studied gorillas for 18 years. Fossey went and studied those gorillas daily in the mountain forests of Rwanda. In fact, she was able to publish a book in 1983 entitled, Gorillas in the Mist. The book was a combination of her scientific studies made at the mountain with the gorilla at Karisoke Research Center and with her own personal story.
However, despite her extravagant knowledge being shared in the field of Zoology, for reasons we do not know, Fossey was murdered in 1985. But the worse thing is that the case remains open.
Anyway, Happy birthday Dian Fossey!
I am loving how Google doodles Hermann Rorschach 129th birthday. Yes, because I have just recently learned that Hermann Rorschach was a Swiss Freudian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. In fact, in one of our discussions in Psychiatry class, though Rorschach was not mentioned, but the process of psychoanalysis was. So I guess, this is just so timely.
Google Doodles Hermann Rorschach 129th Birthday
Moreover, Hermann Rorschach was best known for developing a projective test known as the Rorschach inkblot test. I have no idea yet what is it all about but I will try to find out what is it then.