CURRENT EVENTS (RECIENTES ACONTECIMIENTOS)
Look at the size of that envelope. I wouldn’t want to be a mail carrier in North Korea; although this carrier seems particularly well dressed.
President Trump met with the number two-man in North Korea, Kim Jong Chol, at the White House today in anticipation of a summit meeting with his boss Kim Jong-un in Singapore later this month.
Kim Jong Chol, the former North Korean head spy, brought along a letter from Kim Jong-un to hand deliver to Trump and the two posed for a publicity photo with the oversized envelope that the letter was sealed within. (Source: Washington Press)
PHYSICAL TRAITS (RASGOS FÍSICOS)
Honor Thy Temple (Honra Tu Templo)
What we eat is so important to your health and well-being.
So this week, I am providing you with a cooking show.
CHARACTER TRAITS (RASGOS DE CARÁCTER)
The Foundation for Being Extraordinary
SOCIAL TRAITS (RASGOS SOCIALES)
(CARACTERÍSTICAS DE APRENDIZAJE)
Growth Keeps You Extraordinary
(El Crecimiento te Mantiene Extraordinario)
The Odds & Ends of Being Extraordinary
(Las Probabilidades y Los Fines de Ser Extraordinarios)
BOOK OF THE WEEK (LIBRO DE LA SEMANA)
I have read a lot of self-help books and this one is worth mentioning. It takes a very light approach to the topic. I don’t agree with everything in the book, but overall I thought it was worthwhile.
Where’s My F**king Unicorn
By Michelle Gordon
Are your bookshelves filled with self-help books? Do you keep following paths to enlightenment that lead to the same dead ends? You’ve read the books, attended the seminars, and done the chanting, but you’re still waiting for your f**king unicorn to come along!
Michelle Gordon explains why, in spite of all your best efforts, your life still doesn’t live up to your vision of what it should be, and tells you exactly what you can do about it. Beautifully illustrated and delightfully different, Where’s My F**king Unicorn takes a light-hearted approach to a serious subject. (Source: Amazon)
MOVIE OF THE WEEK (PELÍCULAS DE LA SEMANA)
I saw parts of several movies this week, but they were so bad I didn’t want to mention them, so here is a play that I saw yesterday. I thought the play was really funny.
For me, Jason Williams stole the show, although he wasn’t one of the lead actors. He was so funny. Perhaps not the funniest thing he said during the performance, but it caught my attention.
He told this girl, “She reminded him of the last speeding ticket he received.”
She asked, “Why?”
He said, “Because you have “fine” written all over you.”
Burt & Me
In this romantic musical comedy, Joe and Lacey were high school sweethearts who drifted apart when they attended different colleges after graduation. Years later, their paths cross again as Joe devises a clever plan to win Lacey back… with the help of one Burt Bacharach. With songs from the Bacharach and David songbook such as Wishin’ & Hopin’ , Walk On By, I Say A Little Prayer, and many more.
MUSIC OF THE WEEK (MÚSICA DE LA SEMANA)
Let’s Dance (1962)
By Chris Montez
LAST WEEK’S POLL – War?
THIS WEEK’S POLL – Shania vs. Robert Palmer
ART OF THE WEEK (ARTE DE LA SEMANA)
Art comes in so many forms.
Topiaries at The Grand Hotel on Mackinaw Island
EXTRAORDINARY PERSON OF THE WEEK
(PERSONA EXTRAORDINARIA DE LA SEMANA)
I don’t know if Shakespeare actually said the above;
but, if he didn’t; he should have
William Shakespeare (26 April 1564 (baptised) – 23 April 1616), widely regarded as both the greatest writer in the English language, and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. His works are performed more often than those of any other playwright.
Shakespeare was born and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. At the age of 18, he married Anne Hathaway, with whom he had three children: Susanna, and twins Hamnet and Judith.
Some time between 1585 and 1592, he began a successful career in London as an actor, writer, and part-owner of a playing company. At age 49 (around 1613), he appears to have retired to Stratford, where he died three years later.
Few records of Shakespeare’s private life survive; this has stimulated considerable speculation about such matters as his physical appearance, his sexuality, his religious beliefs, and whether the works attributed to him were.
Here are a couple of photos of Shakespeare’s house,
that I took when we visited Stratford on the Avon.
THIS WEEK’S JOKE (BROMA DE LA SEMANA)
This is a joke for math students
TALK TO ME (HÁBLAME)
Thank you Darlene, Geet, Nanette & Samantha for commenting on last week’s post.
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Warning: This book will not change your life, only you can do that.