Fun Day Sunday!

funday smileIf you’ve been here before then you know Sundays on my blog are all about wonder and smiles. In honor of mentally kicking back once in a while, Sundays are Fun Days! Each Sunday, visitors will find a fun, interesting, or unusual something here. I’m a nerd with a complex sense of humor and absurd wit. It could literally be anything.

These guys had me smiling.Β  πŸ˜€

Tomorrow ~ more weather deities.


For 100 days, I’ll post something from my chosen topic: ClichΓ©s.
There are 79 entries to come.

Here’s a clichΓ© for today:

Chief cook and bottle washer

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Sexy Snippets & My Sexy Saturday

Seductive Studs and Sirens & Weekend Writing Warriors

A Saturday Teaser

Sneak Peek Sunday

Sunday Snippet
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About ~RoseAnderson

Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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2 Responses to Fun Day Sunday!

  1. Ray G says:

    I tried to find the origin of Chief Cook and Bottle Washer. It sort of just slipped in. No one seems to know the origin. One source that I couldn’t find that was referenced in a forum said it is of Civil War origin. Several others say it was probably military jargon. I know contemporaries of my parents used it and I heard it years ago in the Navy. I had not heard it even in the Navy in several years, I think since the seventies.

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