Here is wishing the New Year is the best ever for all of my dear friends. The passing of the old year has been marked with so many changes for many of us that we can only hope the Upcoming New Year is filled with nothing but good!
So with that in mind, I wish for each and every one of you the very best in the future.
I just couldn't let this holiday go by without wishing you all a very happy and safe holiday.
As the end of the year approaches, I will be the first to say that this year has been interesting, to say the least. I have made many, many changes...some good, some maybe not so good. Still, I have hopes that the upcoming new year is better all around.
Until then, my friends...
Coffee out by the pool this morning, since I no longer have a patio.
I am going to take a break from posting for a while. The reason...I sold my house and am in the process of moving. I don't have a lot, but getting all settled in at a new place may take some time. I'm sure you all know how it goes...right?
I have no idea when I'll be back or if I will even continue to blog daily. Started out to be fun, but it may be time to hang it up. We'll just have to see how it goes, ya know? If possible I may be set up enough to begin posting again from the new place.
Sorry, but after today there won't be any more coffee served on the patio. That kinda makes me sad!
Many untold mysteries over time have gone completely unanswered, and remain so to this day. Here from Listverse is yet another.
In 1836 a group of boys set off for Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh, Scotland to hunt rabbits. Intrigued by a concealed cave, the boys decided to peek inside. After pulling away the stones covering the entrance, they stumbled upon 17 miniature coffins, each with a wooden doll inside. The dolls had big eyes and were dressed in cotton clothing. When the discovery was reported in the Scotsman newspaper, the article mentioned that the coffins were decorated with funeral trappings and it seemed that they had been placed inside the cave recently. As is always the case with unexplained discoveries, multiple theories were presented to try and explain the coffins. Some people thought it might be children playing a trick, while others mused that witches might have used the coffins for rituals. Yet another theory said that the coffins may have been part of an ancient custom to give sailors who died at sea a Christian burial. A dark theory suggested that the coffins may have been set up in tribute of killers William Burke and William Hare who murdered 17 people. The true purpose of the coffins and who placed them in the cave remains a mystery.
You would think after all this time, someone would have discovered the reason for the miniature coffins. One more unanswered tale of mystery, I reckon.
Coffee out on the patio this morning.Temps are supposed to be in the 70s.