Fraggin’ Fantastic Tercentennial Celebration!


Friday Fragments are bits and pieces of your week that are usually brief; too short for a stand-alone post, but too good to discard. Collect humorous observations, “Heard” items, and other small gems (hint: a notebook is helpful) and put them together in a Friday Fragments post. Then leave a link to your Friday Fragments post with Linky Tools and link back to this page or Half-Past Kissin’ Time in your post (please). Congratulation to the very lovely and talented Mrs. 4444 on the upcoming…

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Fraggin’ Fantastic Tercentennial Celebration!

The 300th installment of Friday Fragments (effective May 9th) is a momentous occasion! Mrs. 4444 own fragments alone (conservatively numbering five per post) would total 1500 bits and pieces of randomness; imagine the total combined with yours! And there are prizes!

Onto my Fragments…

As it does every year the A-Z Challenge is challenging. I have posted each day by 12:05 a.m. and have been visiting at least 10 other blogs each day, until yesterday. I have some catching up to do over the weekend. My theme this year is Mental Health Awareness. It has been interesting learning more about addiction, bipolar, care giving and stress, depression, effective alternate depression treatments, factitious disorder, grief, hoarding, ideal body image and jealousy. Sixteen letter left to go. I am hoping to turn my A-Z posts into a booklet later this year. I hope you will check a few of them out.

Today I will be visiting a local high school for career day.  I am looking forward to having lunch with three of the seniors who are interested in a writing career. I am sooooooo nervous…

Driving to work at 6:30 a.m. has been a bit prettier this week. I have seen the most glorious sunrises and the flowers are starting to bloom.

Sunrise 4 14

Do I dare believe, our Spring has finally arrived?

Friday Frags First Flower 4 14

  Like most of the country we had the second snowiest winter on record here in the Philadelphia area. It was the first winter in three years that we had more than an inch of snow. Next Thanksgiving my grandkids will not be making these…

Thanksgiving Gingerbread Ally and Adriana

On Saturday my daughter Jillian and I will be taking four of my granddaughters to have breakfast with the Easter Bunny. I’m excited but seriously a restaurant full of preschoolers, pancakes, and a bunny at 8 a.m.

I love Palm Sunday but wow, it seems like it snuck up on me.

My dogs Lance and Louie have been awful.  They dug under the fence and ran off twice. Luckily nice neighbors grabbed them and had their chips scanned. We need another electric fence. I am wondering if they are mad at me for being away for so long the past few months.

We watched the new AMC show, Turn. It is based on the true story of the spy ring that operated in the north east during the Revolutionary War. I love the strong female characters and I am a fan of American history. It was good. I am looking forward to the second episode on Sunday.

Friday Fragments TURN SHOW PHOTO

What are you up to this weekend?

Have a blessed weekend…




6 Responses to “Fraggin’ Fantastic Tercentennial Celebration!”

  • Breakfast with granddaughters and the Easter Bunny sounds fun 🙂 Enjoy!

  • Speaking of mental health, tonight I researched a little on narcissism, since one of the students in a couple of my classes is one (we think). The mind is a fascinating organ, for sure!

    This weekend I have nothing planned, which is just the way I like it.

    I’m not ready to trust Spring; getting out of my car tonight, I considered removing the snow scraper and mittens in the back seat. I decided I’d better leave them there, just in case!

    How’d the career fair go?

    Thanks for linking up! Have a great weekend!

  • Yep! No more wishing for snow though the gingerbread house was very cute! Good luck with the seniors. I am sure you will do great!

    • We will be coming up with a different craft next year for Thanksgiving.
      I was thinking of putting sunscreen and sun glasses in the kid’s Easter baskets, I
      hope that doesn’t cause it to be 100 degrees all summer:)

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