Leap Day

(C) 2020 JJ ShaunLeap Day Today is February 29th, a day that appears on the Gregorian calendar only once every four years. We call it Leap Day, which happens once every Leap Year. The math involved to determine what years contain a leap day gives me a headache, but there’s an algorithm for that. But, … Continue reading Leap Day

Wednesday Word for February 26, 2020

Today’s words come from Facebook contributor David Brin. Follow me on Facebook: @jjshaunauthor. Today’s Word Part of Speech noun Definition A farmer's cart, especially one for hauling manure, that can be tilted to discharge its load.A vehicle carrying condemned persons (such as political prisoners during the French Revolution) to a place of execution.Obsolete. A two-wheeled … Continue reading Wednesday Word for February 26, 2020

Random Quote for February 22, 2020

“Be Americans. Let there be no sectionalism, no North, South, East or West. You are all dependent on one another and should be one in union. In one word, be a nation. Be Americans, and be true to yourselves.”~George Washington George Washington, 1st president of the United States, was born on this day in 1732.