It's springtime here in the Rockies and it was also "Spring in St. Louis" last evening (Tuesday) at the Heritage Center as we finished chapter 42, "Spring in St. Louis" in Lenore McKelvey Puhek's (her last name rhymes with Buick but the last I heard, she was using an old red wagon to pull her groceries home) "Forever Friends-The journey of two families from Civil War Virginia to Montana Territory 1860-1868"
Barbie, that lovely yet absurdly, uh, generously proportioned princess of the doll kingdom, was introduced to the world on March 9th, 1959. She has sparked imaginations for more than 50 years, so of course she gets her own day.
I was at the Marias Heritage Center last evening (Tuesday) reading "Montana History" with a group of Heritage Center residents in the comfortable sun room. We are about three quarters through "Forever Friends-The journey of two families from Civil War Virginia to Montana Territory 1860-1868"
No doubt about it. Spring is getting ready to...well, er...spring. The second Sunday in March is always the time we "spring ahead" our clocks that were set behind last fall. This tells me that come NEXT Saturday night, we will all be turning the hands of time one hour ahead
It's Lutefisk is what it is and the Pondera Valley Lutheran Church in Conrad is inviting everyone to their lutefisk and meatball dinner tomorrow afternoon (Saturday) from one until 5. There are actually two spellings and numerous odors from the infamous lutefisk
The game is "Syncrohearts" and the inventor of this romantic and fun game will be my special guest this afternoon (Monday) at 4:35PM on the Puffman Show. He's Dr. Bobby Love from Vancouver, British Columbia and this guy has a real "Canadian accent"
With Valentine's Day only one week away from this coming Tuesday (2/7), I'd thought I would check out some of our area restaurants here in the Golden Triangle.
First stop was the C & L Cafe, home of family dining. Kathy told me that the C & L
Today, Monday, we are honoring and celebrating the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Former President Ronald Reagan was the one who signed a bill at the White House Rose Garden back in November of 1983, creating this federal holiday
Giving a day of commemoration to one of the world's most instrumental civil rights leaders whose peaceful words and deeds contributed to a whole new understanding of equality and brotherhood seems like a no-brainer. Marti
The ol' Puffman is a little down in the dumps today (Monday). Why? It's simple...there's no Monday night football tonight for the first Monday night since Labor Day. I was on my way down the hall to the Puffman Blog desk and our sports director, Gary Gooden, noticed the long look on my face
With New Year's Eve fast approaching, many of us will check out Dick Clark's "New Year's Rockin' Eve". It's almost become a yearly tradition. Of course, a few years back, the "ageless teenager" suffered a serious stroke which, more often than not, leaves one with some disability and/or disabilities
As the old song says, "May all aquaint"...wait a minute, I don't even know the words much less how to spell them, but I CAN hear that old Guy Lombardo standard running through my head this week. Here we are, two nights away from New Year's Eve and as Nancy Wilson sings in her old standard, "What are you doing New Year's Eve"
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