Archive | January 2, 2019


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Failure doesn’t mean – “You are a failure,”

It means – You have not succeeded.


Failure doesn’t mean – “You accomplished nothing,”

It means – You have learned something.


Failure doesn’t mean – “You have been a fool,”

It means – You had a lot of faith.


Failure doesn’t mean – “You don’t have it,”

It means – You were willing to try.


Failure doesn’t mean – “You are inferior,”

It means – You are not perfect.


Failure doesn’t mean – “You’ve wasted your life,”

It means – You have a reason to start afresh.


Failure doesn’t mean – “You should give up,”

It means – “You must try harder.


Failure doesn’t mean – “You’ll never make it,”

It means – It will take a little longer.


Failure doesn’t mean – “God has abandoned you,”

It means – God has a better way for you.




Good ole NBC.


The Editor:  What is new and improved, LL ?

2019 Cat:  Not much.  Here is a quick look back at the future.

Here is that hit series from the Seventies.



No one is sure if this is Link’s son from the Mod Squad or the son of the Mayor of NYC.

Is this Woody Allen’s  or Frank Sinatra’s son ?…0.0..0.112.375.3j1……0….1..gws-wiz…..0..0i131.VbpzNoRk11I

Will the NFL go with diversity or most qualified ?



Dear Lois Lion:  In answer to your question, my opinion is that Ronan Farrow is the son of Frank Sinatra……not Woody Allen…..and I bet Ronan is very proud of that fact, every time he looks in the mirror.

-Sheila Tolley-

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Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Orion Nebula in Infrared from WISE
Image Credit: WISE, IRSA, NASA; Processing & Copyright : Francesco Antonucci

Explanation: The Great Nebula in Orion is an intriguing place. Visible to the unaided eye, it appears as a small fuzzy patch in the constellation of Orion. But this image, an illusory-color four-panel mosaic taken in different bands of infrared light with the Earth orbiting WISE observatory, shows the Orion Nebula to be a bustling neighborhood of recently formed stars, hot gas, and dark dust. The power behind much of the Orion Nebula (M42) is the stars of the Trapezium star cluster, seen near the center of the featured image. The orange glow surrounding the bright stars pictured here is their own starlight reflected by intricate dust filaments that cover much of the region. The current Orion Nebula cloud complex, which includes the Horsehead Nebula, will slowly disperse over the next 100,000 years.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space