Friday Fragments is hosted my Half-Past Kissin' Time for bloggers to post a list of short things on their minds that aren't really enough for a whole post. Here we go:
Tony DowWhen I was a kid, the "Leave It To Beaver" show was one of my favorites and my favorite actor was Tony Dow who played the older brother. My aunt even got me an autographed picture of him that I had in my wallet which was stolen. Now he is 67 with a full head of gray hair! He is also now a sculptor!
SportsThe NFL refs are back in business! They were certainly missed.
The Indians fired their manager yesterday--no big surprise there.
OSU has the biggest fan base nationwide for college football.
EyeglassesMy husband and I both got new glasses. We got the kind that darkens in the sun and like them. I don't find myself squinting so much when I walk outside on a sunny day now.
Annoying ThingsMy husband's most annoying thing this week was a traffic jam two days in a row! Mine was trying to leave a comment on a blog using CAPITCHA--I tried three times and then gave up!
In The Power of a Positive Woman by Karol Ladd, the example of an organized woman used was Susannah Wesley, mother of 19 children (including John and Charles Wesley)! On pg. 15, it said:
Her "thirteen Rules of Child Rearing" are as applicable today as they were over two hundred years ago. Out of curiosity, I googled them and actually found 16 House Rules by Susannah Wesley over at Raising Godly Children. I am enjoying this book!