We’ve made it to 2019 so it’s time to take a look back and see which posts in 2018 made the top 10 list. I’ve had some popular giveaway posts and link party posts but I won’t include them in the running. Also, I won’t include the Series 1 and Series 2 posts where I […]
Like I said in the post, TOP 10 POSTS OF 2016 AT GRAMMY’S GRID, I’ve never done a list of my top posts so now is the time. I’ll continue now with 2017. I’ve had some popular giveaway posts and link party posts but I won’t include them in the running. Also, I won’t include […]
I’ve never done a list of my top posts so now is the time. Since my blog isn’t very old, I’m going to go back and list the top 10 of 2016 and 2017 before I post the ones from 2018. That way I will feel like I’m caught up. Maybe it will help bring traffic […]
That’s right! Google just turned 20. Can you believe we’ve been Googling now for 20 years? Twenty (ish) years ago, two Stanford Ph.D. students launched a new search engine with a bold mission to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Search is now available in more than 150 languages and […]
Grammy’s Word for Today – Eunoia noun: normal mental health, a well mind Click here to see where I party!
Every year on June 14, World Blood Donor Day is observed in many countries around the world. It is a day to remind us all to go out and give blood as well as to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products. June 14 was chosen as the day to recognize World […]
You may or may not know of a woman named Virginia Apgar (1909-1974) from Westfield, New Jersey. Read further and you’ll realize how she has had something to do with the birth of some of us and most surely our children and grandbabies, at least since the early 1960s. And why am I writing about […]
It’s time to make a reservation for dinner at Highlands Bar and Grill in Birmingham. Why? The restaurant just won the prestigious James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Restaurant in America! Only 2 of the previous 27 winners have been from cities other than New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, or New Orleans. So yes, we […]
Grammy’s Word for Today – Decrudescence noun: reduction of a disease Click here to see where I party!
Walter Hunt, an American mechanic and inventor, created the modern day safety pin. He received a US patent April 10, 1849. The anniversary of the patent day is informally celebrated annually. The design of this ingenious invention has remained nearly the same. Strong and sharp but safe enough to be to be used on clothing. Millions of […]
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