Readers: Today is Memorial Day in the USA. I thought it was appropriate to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country. The fact that I can blog about anything I want, express my opinions about the leaders of our country, have free speech, and choose what I do for a living is […]
Source: Caroline Hallemann, These Are the Best Holiday Windows in New York City, HouseBeautiful.com, December 1, 2016, http://www.housebeautiful.com/entertaining/holidays-celebrations/news/g3991/best-holiday-christmas-windows-nyc. New York City is known for its spectacular holiday window displays, and this year is no exception. From Lord & Taylor’s enchanted forest to Tiffany’s timeless elegance, here are a few of my favorites. Lord & Taylor’s Enchanted […]
Source: Church of Halloween, The Visual History of Halloween, Halloween Infographics, http://churchofhalloween.com/halloween-infographics/.
On this Labor Day weekend, we took a look at the state of the American workforce—including who loves their jobs, who hates their jobs, and where the workforce is going. But do you know how this end-of-summer holiday began? The first observance of Labor Day was likely on September 5, 1882, when some 10,000 workers assembled […]
Source: Ashley Reign, Cool Easter Eggs Ideas You’ll Wish You Thought Of, Ranker.com, March, 2016, http://www.ranker.com/list/cool-easter-eggs/ashley-reign?var=3&utm_expid=16418821-179.vk2gM_coRrOMcxn9T2riGQ.2.
Readers: Happy New Year! I wanted to start this new year with some class, so I am posting an infographic shared by Charles Apple. This is from Thursday’s The Villages (Fla.) Daily Sun. Design by Adam Rogers and Colin Smith. I hope to write some more personal blogs this year. Best Regards, Michael