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Pilot Maxime Tran Quan Tien guides his Parrot Bebop drone during a presentation to the media in Paris.
My wife just earned her certified public accountant’s accreditation, plus it’s her birthday next week. So I’m on the hook for presents big-time. Trouble is, I’m out of ideas. Not just short of gifting notions, mind you, but bereft. Back when we were courting my go-to plan was always a book of poetry. But we’ve run through Byron, Shelley, Keats, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Dickinson, Yeats and a whole lot of Shakespeare. Matter of fact, I think we’re down to Rudyard Kipling; shoot, I almost gave Victoria a copy of Charge of the Light Brigade on our anniversary last year. … So the sad, sad truth, the dirty lowdown, is that I’m gonna have to resort to gift cards/Steve Crump, Twin Falls Times-News. More here.
Question (for men): Do special days in which your wife is expecting a gift cause you to panic?
2. “Mudgy and Millie” book by Susan Nipp website: This Moose-Mouse combo are the coolest Cd’A children’s book characters since…aren’t they’re the only Cd’A children’s book characters? At least they’re the only ones to have not only a series of awesome sculptures around downtown Cd’A to climb atop and pose nude on in the middle of the night, but they also have their own cool theme song. It’s repetitive and catchy (“Mudgy and Millie all around the town…Mudgy and Millie all around the town”) and can be downloaded as an MP3 from their website. Can a syndicated animated series be far behind?/OrangeTV, Get Out! North Idaho. More here.
DFO: Librarian Bette Ammon provided the photo above of Mudgy enduring Snow Storm 2008.
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