“Fly Me to the Moon”

When I think of the moon, the first thing that comes to mind is the song “Fly Me to the Moon” by Frank  Sinatra.  Though I’m not a Frank Sinatra fan, I grew up listening to his songs every Sunday as the 33 RPM vinyl LPs dropped, one at a time, on the stereo spindle.  Ol’ Blue Eyes was interspersed between Jim Reeves, Patsy Cline and  Hank Williams, Sr., my folks’ personal favorites.

I’m sure I’m not the only person whose parents parted the curtains so their kids could peer out the window at the full moon.  I was told if I squinted really hard, I could probably see the Man in the Moon looking back at me.  I squinted, but didn’t see anything.  I even waved, but he never waved back, like the friendly conductor in the little red caboose whenever we got stopped at the railroad tracks going to my grandmother’s house.

So, I guess as a kid I didn’t buy into the Man in the Moon story – did you?

But, fifty years ago today, I was sitting there, parked in front of the television as the culmination of the Apollo 11 space mission was displayed for everyone to see.  I am sure if someone had a camera, our mouths were open in an “O” shape as we stared in wonderment as Neil Armstrong stepped onto the lunar surface and uttered those now-famous words:  “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”

So, you want to be a millionaire, eh?

My parents read the daily newspaper cover to cover back in the day, and when we had all perused the story and pictures heralding this monumental mission, my mom handed me the front page of the newspaper and said “put this newspaper in your desk and hold onto it – one day this will be worth something!”

Being the dutiful child that I was, I did just that, tucked it into my desk, and, because I was so much more organized in those days, I know exactly where it is today … top pull-out drawer, underneath a plastic tray that holds pencils, erasers, paper clips, maybe even a protractor and compass from circa 1969  – yup, that is where it has been for fifty years minus one day.

I decided I was going to get that newspaper out and take a photo of the front page for this post, then return it to its safe spot once again, only I didn’t factor in that back in 2017 when I cleaned the basement after the insulation job, I pushed a wall of blue Rubbermaid totes in front of the desk and a heavy coat rack in front of the totes.  Oops!

Nope, I wasn’t going to move all that – no way.  Maybe for the 75th anniversary of the moon landing.

In the meantime, I decided to Google around to find the same picture featured on the front page of “The Detroit News” on July 21, 1969.  My search took me to eBay where not only the July 21st newspaper was featured, but also the special edition and a local paper moon event special as well.  Bidding started at $29.99. 

Hmm – so much for being a millionaire!

So, I continued my search to find that elusive front page of “The Detroit News” … here you see it on July 21, 1969, both above the fold …

…and below the fold.

[I gleaned these reproductions from  “The Detroit News”.]

Moon pies and mishaps.

I was at Meijer a few months ago and a display of Oreo cookies honoring the 50th anniversary of the moon landing caught my eye.  It was a smaller-than-average package and had glow-in-the-dark stickers which you see in the header image above.  I decided I should have this treat “for the cause” so I bought them and put them away, intending to enjoy them today with Tang, er … a tall glass of cold milk.

Unfortunately, the day I smashed my finger in the garage door, the “cause” became immediate, and, in a moment of frustration, I slit open the package and ate them left-handed as I held my throbbing ring finger on my right hand above my head, cradled inside a bag of frozen berries.

Funny, but the Oreos didn’t make my finger feel any better and they were marshmallow, kind of resembling a Moon pie, not the traditional white cream … if you’re a purist about your Oreos, you know what I mean.  Also, the marshmallow inside the Oreos was purple, just like my finger.

The way I figure it, the moon and stars are not aligned at this house …

First, the garage door spring went wonky, then the new garage door held my finger hostage where the panels go together for a brief second, then the other day a simple Windows update caused my computer to have a meltdown and I’m still putting Humpty Dumpty back together again.  Hopefully normalcy will prevail soon.

The Kennedy Space Center.

I looked back in my online photos albums I scanned in a few years ago to see if I had any pictures from a family trip to Florida in 1972 where we stopped at the Kennedy Space Center. I was sure we had a family photo posed there, but  all I had was this space capsule.

“The Eagle has Landed!!”

Before the historic steps on the lunar surface, Neil Armstrong  announced that they had touched down on the moon by saying “Houston, Tranquility Base here.  The Eagle has landed.” 

You will notice that this post is devoid of any nature pictures – that is because I will slip in a post called “The Eagle has Landed” by fellow blogger Wayne of Tofino Photography.  You can  enjoy some beautiful moon and eagles of the feathered variety by clicking here.  

Not long ago, we reached 96 degrees at Metro Airport, one degree less than the record set in 1977.  I was successful getting this post done, barely, since still another storm, as a result of the oppressive heat, is now here, bringing strong wind, hail and possible tornadic conditions as I publish this post. It is whooshing around now and I can hear rain pelting down, so  likely will pull the plug on the computer and hope for the best.

About lindasschaub

This is my first blog and I enjoy writing each and every post immensely. I started a walking regimen in 2011 and decided to create a blog as a means of memorializing the people, places and things I see on my daily walks. I have always enjoyed people watching, and so my blog is peppered with folks I meet, or reflections of characters I have known through the years. Often something piques my interest, or evokes a pleasant memory from my memory bank, and this becomes a “slice o’ life” blog post that day. I respect and appreciate nature and my interaction with Mother Nature’s gifts is also a common theme. Sometimes the most-ordinary items become fodder for points to ponder over and touch upon. My career has been in the legal field and I have been a legal secretary for over three decades, primarily working in downtown Detroit, and now working from my home. I graduated from Wayne State University with a degree in print journalism in 1978, although I’ve never worked in that field. I like to think this blog is the writer in me finally emerging!! Walking and writing have met and shaken hands and the creative juices are flowing once again in Walkin’, Writin’, Wit & Whimsy – hope you think so too.
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70 Responses to “Fly Me to the Moon”

  1. I was amused on your take of becoming a millionaire. We’re you able to enjoy the Oreos despite your hurt finger? Are the special ones better than the traditional ones?

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    • lindasschaub says:

      My mom must have thought I’d have a great nest egg by holding onto that paper – what a disappointment that was! The bidding started at $29.00 and hadn’t budged last I looked – oh well, I shall not be a millionaire as it wasn’t in the cards.

      I ate the Oreos as I needed a reward for the pain – any port in a storm as they say. However, I did/do have a couple of those plastic cups of the mini Nutter Butters and in deference to the squirrels, I didn’t eat them. You know what Anne – I am not a big fan of marshmallow … even as a kid, I would have a small chocolate-covered marshmallow bunny at Easter and that was it. My mom never made anything with marshmallow in it except ambrosia salad, which I loved but did not find it horribly sweet. Moon pies or Mallomars don’t seem as sweet as this because the graham cracker top/bottom crackers took away some of the sweetness. I tried them one time, just to taste what they were about – I like the original Oreos best, the Double-Stuff is too much sugar, but that’s my opinion. I hope our weather settles down today – the storm that came thru as I was shutting down my computer was bad in our area. Just a block or so away they have no power, and the grocery store where I walk did not have power (full power) according to the Crime/local news for my City. I am staying put today as we have multiple storms coming through today, none of them severe (as of now). I am weary of the weather and now look forward to Fall. I am sure I’m not the only one.

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      • I like the original Oreos best, too.

        Surely your weather will be better soon!

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      • lindasschaub says:

        Yes, the others are way too sweet! Did you see these Oreos Anne? They were in a special display, not with the cookies, or I may not have seen them. We are purists with our Oreo – who can dunk marshmallow into milk I ask?

        I hope we have some stability soon – this heat, humidity and constant storming is very worrisome – today I didn’t walk as I read that the area around Meijer had a total power outage and DTE may not get to everyone for a couple of days. They requested 800 linemen from neighboring states but they could not send that many as other states were expecting severe weather and could not take a chance for their residents not having adequate linemen on hand.

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      • We shop once a week at a regular supermarket, and we rarely go down the cookie aisle. I didn’t see the special Oreos.

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      • lindasschaub says:

        Stick with the tried-and-true originals … I know I will. 🙂

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  2. Great story Linda! I checked the time they landed and it was 3:17 pm EST. Some people told me they remember the time being in the middle of the night. That can’t be right as the time is smack dab in the middle of the day!
    They played that Sinatra song on CBC several times this week. One thing I noticed that nobody has ever talked about is the camera angle. When Neil stepped down off the ladder you can’t see his first step onto the moon because the camera angle is off! Plus they had landed with the sun on the other side,so everything is in the dark.
    A shame Neil couldn’t of made the party! I know Buzz and Michael are around.
    Thanks for the shout out Linda and I hope your weather treats you better!

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Glad you liked the post Wayne and you’re welcome for the shout out; I figured people would like to see some amazing moon shots with your eagle friends lined up close by.

      In getting my post together, I Googled to see what day of the week it was – it was a Sunday, so no wonder so many people were able to watch it live, or at least catch it on the news the same day.

      That’s interesting about the camera angle. I heard on the news this morning, that one of our Michigan Senators is trying to get legislation passed so no one goes to the historic area where the first American steps were taken and it would be an agreement with all other countries who will have future moon landings. That way it will be preserved forever. Yes, it is too bad Neil wasn’t here and I understand his hometown had a celebration and a run event in his honor.

      The weather is better this morning, but we do have two storms today, the first a.m. one I believe has fizzled out but we have another one this afternoon – I’m staying home today since the two storm lines are iffy and the grocery store where I work had some power issues according to our local Crime/News Facebook site.

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  3. Prior... says:

    The space capsule photo from 1972 is cool! And laughing at you eating the Oreos early / sometimes you just do what you have to do ….
    Great post to commemorate the anniversary

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Thank Yvette – glad you enjoyed it.

      I remember our family posing in front of some space memorabilia – perhaps when I scanned in all my albums and scrapbooks a few years ago, that picture was not clear or did not scan well. I was disappointed I couldn’t find it. I identified all my pictures when I got older, especially travel photos, by using Dynamo label tape under each photo in the respective albums, but didn’t identify this photo any more than Kennedy Space Center.

      I was “good” and didn’t buy another package of Oreos and yes, “any port in a storm” during a crisis. You’re right – sometimes you just have to do what you have to do to make it all better. I didn’t even pour a glass of milk to dunk ’em. 🙂

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  4. AJ says:

    Oh that’s cool!

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  5. Joni says:

    An enjoyable post Linda, as always. So much to comment on. I remember that Frank Sinatra song, and actually like some of his stuff, have it on my Ipod. I remember watching the moon walk in the evening, the whole family gathered around the tv set. Being 13 I wasn’t particularly interested but my mother told us we had to watch it as it was history being made. Did you notice the headline re Ted Kennedy being charged below the moon stuff – Chappaquidick, also made the news that day. I haven’t eaten an Oreo in years (too sweet) but didn’t know they made marshmallow ones, but admit I’m a bit jealous of those glow in the dark stickers on the box! The filling looks purple? I don’t have any newspaper clippings of the moon, but did keep Lady Diana’s wedding and 911, somewhere in a box down in the basement. I wonder if there will even be printed newspapers years from now….my dad read the newspaper from cover to cover too, even the want ads at the back. I always liked that Aquarius song by the Fifth Dimension. I’m sorry to hear the moon and the stars and the computer are not aligned in your house. I always liked that Aquarius song by the Fifth Dimension – “When the moon is in the seventh house, and Jupiter aligns with Mars, then peace will guide the planet, and love will fill the stars.” PS. I hope you are not out walking in this heat. We got the same thunderstorm around 7pm, a terrific wind, but luckily it didn’t last long. Looking forward to a cooler tomorrow.

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Thanks Joni – I am glad you enjoyed it. My parents did listen to Frank Sinatra, not as much as their other music favorites, but since Sunday was the only day my father didn’t work, he would have the stereo on and cranked up every Sunday all day long.

      I am not walking today – I am hoping to catch up here on Reader today as I’m indeed staying inside today and not walking even at Meijer – that is because that storm that raced through here as I was shutting down, caused some destruction and downed power lines in the neighborhood. It did not affect me thankfully as I’m not on that grid, however, in the past we’ve been on a grid and lost power and across the street was unscathed. There are many outages right now, including some from Friday’s three storms and yesterday’s storm (it hit our area around 7:30, the other storms did not but were pretty raucous). One of the victims of the storm last night was Meijer where I’ve been walking on these really hot mornings – they lost power on the street where it is and according to reports in the Facebook crime/news site, they are without power too. I know they have a generator but it is not sufficient for all refrigerated foods – I asked the last time they had issues. I am set for a while as to perishable groceries and may go to another store for next time.

      I think I have the newspaper section “A” regarding Princess Diana downstairs as well and it may have been the wedding or her death – not sure. I remember my parents telling me to read the newspaper on the moon events as it was historical and we watched it on TV as well.

      I remember that Fifth Dimension song too – I figure there is a little black cloud hanging over this house for the past month … yes, I have not suffered horrible consequences, but they have been disruptive.

      I am hoping the storm this afternoon is not nasty or raucous – they say a routine thunderstorm. I’d like to catch up here on Reader and hopefully get another post written. I have many pictures to sort and churn into posts. I have struggled to keep up here and churn out posts on a regular basis – not been too successful in my opinion. The computer meltdown was a pain – it affected my ability to remote into work – everything else was fine on the computer, but I spent an entire evening doing disk checks (the C-drive was affected) and reverting to an earlier date – it is problematic as I get rid of the update but cannot shut down without it launching the update. I don’t want to shut down ungracefully and do a hard shutdown, so had to swap computers. I need to get with Ron to have him finish the computer so I can remote into work – I need to do that but have been really busy at work so no time to deal with it but he really needs to do this. I do go on the Windows 10 computer to keep up with updates and was reading on Reader using it.

      Glad you were unscathed and hopefully the hot weather takes a hike – I understand Wednesday will be in the 50s but chances for storms here and there – they can only declare ONE day in the near future as rain- and storm-free and that is not a comfort to me and I’m ready for Fall.

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      • Joni says:

        Oh no, don’t declare that you are ready for fall yet! I feel like I have been stuck inside with this kitchen reno for too long, and hope to be able to enjoy the last six weeks of summer. We are to have 70ish the next two days which will be a relief, building to hotter later in the week, but NO rain, but we all know how easily that can change….it does seem they are only able to predict one day at a time.

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      • lindasschaub says:

        Ha ha – I do mean it – this is no picnic and we’ve not even reached August yet. Last Fall, the last week in September we had a hard freeze. You are correct, yesterday all the weather forecasters were all triumphant to say that Monday and Tuesday would be rain-free and cooler … I think they say this so we have something to look forward to. Then today, it was as if they never said that because they said, scattered showers, maybe a brief thunderstorm Monday, Tuesday will be good though. We do have cooler days for Wednesday and Thursday but storms as well – no everyone though. I was looking at Mike Posner’s post today – he is walking in 97 degree heat and says he is keeping on, but doing 20 miles a day in that heat – I don’t know how he is doing that. I hope you get to salvage some of Summer since you’ve been stuck on the kitchen reno project way too long. It was okay with the recent heat wave but hopefully you get out and about and resume your walking if possible as you were enjoying it..

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      • Joni says:

        That’s weird, as tonight on the news they are forecasting a whole week of sun for us, and we are only about 2 hours north of you? No rain in the forecast at all. I haven’t walked at all, unless you count walking up and down the basement carrying dishes fifty times a day! Actually felt better getting that type of exercise over the past few weeks. Today I didn’t do anything except take mom for groceries and make supper and watch Downton Abbey, and felt draggy all day. I can’t imagine walking even a few miles in 97 heat let alone 20 miles? That can’t possibly be good for anyone.

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      • lindasschaub says:

        It is raining here this morning – they say exiting soon and that’s just our area. I had thought I’d do a few errands after going for a walk as my boss is driving back from the cabin in Wiarton this a.m. … however half of our City has no power and that would likely include City Hall for taxes and water bill payment and all other errands are within two miles from home – Meijer has no power all along the street where it is. The radio station I listen to, there is a reporter near Meijer interviewing businesses who have no power as I write this comment. We are having humidity and the return of storms next weekend. I’m quite frustrated with the weather and I have power – if I had no power in this heat, I’d be beside myself. I shut off the A/C last night as we were having a storm (possibly) overnight. It is very humid in here even with the A/C on.

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      • Joni says:

        I think Ontario has a surplus of energy now, due to the last Liberal provincial government handing out solar farm/clean air contracts like candy, so we are lucky no power outages here, unless a storm knocks something out, nothing like 2003 when half the country was out due to increased A/C demand. I guess we have such a surplus of energy that we sell it for less than it cost to make!

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      • lindasschaub says:

        Ontario is smart! Wish I could turn the clock back in time Joni. I remember the 2003 August issue – I was running mail through the postage meter and all of a sudden the lights went out and the postage meter was dead. We were just on the 5th floor – the complex is only six stories high, but we had to take the stairs down to ground level. It was not well lit on the stairs. Our office suite opened with a pass card and when the power outage happened, all the doors automatically unlock so people can get out safely- so had to leave everything unsecured – no one could get past the guard’s desk to get upstairs, but you would have to worry about other tenants as well. Hope that never happens again. Do you remember the blackout in 1965? I remember it happening and just Googled to read about it in the link below – I remember it was dark earlier, but thought it was in December, not November.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northeast_blackout_of_1965

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      • Joni says:

        I was on vacation that week 2003 and was at the beach, and had to drive home with no traffic lights at any of the intersections, a half hour drive, rather scary. It was out for over 24hrs and we were the lucky ones. The worst thing was no coffee the next morning, I drove into town as I’d heard Tim Hortons had a generator, but they were closed. I don’t remember the 1965 blackout at all, but as it was November and dark early maybe we just went to bed early if it was a school day?

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      • lindasschaub says:

        I remember it was scary here as it was just a few years after 9/11 and I remember that fear being in the back of my mind as I went down the stairs and into the street and believe me, we had fire drills and emergency procedures drills all the time and each suite had to have a person in charge of herding the employees … well that was me even though just Robb/me and I was by myself for goodness sake and as we crowded into the stairwell, it was anything but orderly and people did not remember where to assemble and we got out into the street and no direction and no one going to their assigned places. I was about ready to leave anyway as it was round 4:00-4:30 … we only found out what was happening because there was a bar/restaurant across the street and the owner went into his car, turned on the radio and listened to the news and then learned what happened so he had a megaphone and announced it was an electrical grid went down and not any real cause for alarm. I can’t remember what time it happened in 1965 and likely it was around the time for bed or studying for school – I had an early bed time imposed by my parents – even at that time. I do remember the blackout and my parents discussing it – don’t remember how long it lasted though.

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  6. Great post! Oh the memories and do they still sell Tang?

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Thanks Diane – yes the memories, especially if you were around to see it firsthand … I used to buy Tang up to a few years ago because I always stock up on pantry products to avoid having to go out for big shoppings in the Winter months. So I start loading in pantry-type groceries in the Fall. I only stopped buying Tang because it had so much sugar and I could no longer find the sugar-free variety. My mom used to make a hot tea concoction in the Winter months – she would make it up in a powdered form and store it in jars and we would just add boiling water to a few teaspoons of the powder. It was dried tea powder (I don’t know if that is still available), and Tang, cinnamon and a little sugar I believe, and it was called “Friendship Tea” – it was tasty and smelled great too!

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  7. you got me thinking and just dug my 1969 Moon Landing mug out of the back of the shed.

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  8. John says:

    Here in Sweden, much attention has also been paid to the first moon landing. Many television programs on several channels.

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Here too John – if you were not around at that time, it was easy to experience what everyone felt on that day 50 years ago … even the newspapers outdid themselves to recreate their efforts after the Apollo 11 moon mission.

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  9. Lots of reminiscing here. I never liked Tang myself. We occasionally had CoolAid but mostly it was plain water. No marshmallow here either except for S’Mores. Have a good day and hopefully the weather will right itself.

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Thanks Kate – I understand today’s storms will not be severe thankfully – hope they are right about that. I found as the years went along that Tang became especially sweet and they stopped making the sugar-free variety so no more drinking Tang. I’ve only had S-Mores once – they were not an item I remember from my childhood in Canada, just toasting marshmallows at Summer Camp on a long and skinny branch over the fire.

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  10. Great post, Linda! I remember the moon landing quite well! I was a young child and lived in Germany at the time. Our entire family got up in the “middle of the night” to watch this event! As to Oreos of any type, I’m not a fan. Perhaps that’s because we didn’t have them in Germany back then. I should ask my sister if they have them now! I hope your weather settles down.

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Glad you liked this post Sabine – I think it was a big event worldwide, just the novelty and enormity of what really happened. I never had Oreos until I was older as my mom did all the baking – it was only when she was cutting down on baking homemade cookies, that I tried Oreos, Moon pies and Mallomars – not growing up though. We have one more storm coming through today and a few storms off and on this week, but no more severe weather – it was quite scary and some damage nearby in this City from that storm. There are 400,000 without power.

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  11. Laurie says:

    I have the same memories you do, Linda. My parents used to have a stereo and they would load up the records that would drop one by one. Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, Mitch Miller, Bing Crosby, and yes, Ol’ Blue Eyes. I remember sitting in our living room watching the lunar landing too. A bunch of my friends were at my house (I almost always had friends at my house in those days) and we watched, entranced, for at least 20 minutes – our limit of time to concentrate on any one thing.

    Stay cool, Linda. we just got home from a weekend in Pittsburgh. Our car thermometer said 100 degrees as we pulled into our driveway!

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Thanks Laurie – how did I forget about Mitch Miller – I could sing along with Mitch, just like my parents as I heard those songs so much; in fact I mentioned his song “Harvest Moon” in a post one time. Belately I heard about this run event yesterday – but it looks like you two were away anyway. I heard there was a run event in Neil Armstrong’s hometown of Wapakoneta, OH to commemorate the 50th anniversary. I know you and Bill might have liked that – we have one more storm and I am hoping to finish a post and catch up a little more in Reader before it arrives. It will bring a much-needed cool front. You have what we had yesterday, hopefully sans the severe weather. Here was that run event info I got from their Facebook site:

      Run to the Moon 2019 is Sat. July 20th! This is the 50 Anniversary of Neil Armstrong Stepping on the Moon July 20th 1969! Come run the 5K/10K at the Museum.

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  12. Eliza says:

    I wonder how much your newspaper would sell for. Random thought.
    One small step……
    Love,light and glitter
    I hope you get some peace and normal weather
    Sending sunshine and happiness

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    • lindasschaub says:

      Thanks Eliza – I hope we get some normal weather too, though I fear this climate change and global warming will not get us normal weather anymore. I was lucky with last night’s storm as it was pretty bad and people had tree damage, downed wires and loss of power very close to where I live (they are on another grid separate from where I live – even avcross the street is a different grid as last year I lost my power, they did not). So I lucked out – but this weather is so worrisome. A few days of nice and cool weather will be welcome – that is Tuesday and maybe Wednesday.

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  13. It was the year that i graduated from high school. Cell phones now have more capacity than computers used back then. TV sets sure changed since then.
    Landing on the moon gives humanity, i think, a false sense of superiority. No matter what we do (and think), we are still another type of animal species, and we better change things from the practice of indifferently allowing our population and all of our man-made junk to ruin the environment of this small and fragile planet.

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    • lindasschaub says:

      I remember seeing the earliest computers around 1973 and a teacher said “these are cathode ray tubes inside the monitor” – the computer was huge and we were in awe. Yes, I still have a TV set from the 80s – I have not turned it on in years, as I cancelled my cable and you can’t get main channels without cable. Everything is so different, but I hope that man does not think that we’ll use up Earth and go somewhere else, because I don’t think the moon will be an option in our lifetime (I could be wrong though.)

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