Saturday, September 14, 2013

What time is it? (All artifacts photographed at the Gresham History Museum, Gresham, Oregon, which is housed in a gorgeous 100-year-old Carnegie Library)

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Stop whatever you're doing.


No more clowning around.


It's just about time for some college football. Well, to tell the truth, it's been on TV and the computer already for hours and will continue into the night.


Before we begin, take a moment to learn the ground rules of being a college football fan who watches on the computer or TV instead of at the stadium because it's over 2,600 miles away.


Get some ice cream in a bowl. Don't forget your spoon.


And some Coca-Cola in a glass filled with ice. Or, if you're of a mind, put away that bowl, get out a bigger glass, and make yourself a Coke float. Change your spoon for a teaspoon so that you can stir and reach deep into the glass and spoon this delightful drink into your mouth. Yummy.


Head for your favorite chair.


Let the action begin! My Mississippi State University Bulldogs play Auburn, over in Alabama. I believe I shall be able to watch on my computer screen if all goes well. Go, Dawgs!


The gorgeous Carnegie Library building, 100 years old in 2013, which now houses the Gresham History Museum. Isn't it grand that this beauty has been saved and is still in use?


B i r g i t t a said...

Very nice entry with interesting pictures. Great work!

Barbara Farr said...

A terrific and fun post. Beautiful library. Glad it is still in use.

Randy said...

I love antiques.

Birdman said...

How about those Ducks!


So glad someone saved this gem (I'm fascinated with Carnegie libraries) and also that it's now filled with gems too!