Sunday: Hili dialogue

Welcome to Sunday, September 17, 2023, and National Apple Dumpling Day. All things told, I’d rather have my dumplings with chicken. It’s also Constitution Day (the U.S. Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787), National Women’s Friendship Day, National Monte Cristo Day (it’s a sandwich), National Wife Appreciation Day, and Operation Market Garden Anniversary, “still … Continue reading Sunday: Hili dialogue

Thursday: Hili dialogue

Good morning on Thursday, May 18, 2023: National Cheese Soufflé Day. It’s also Ascension, Hummus Day, International Museum Day, National Visit Your Relatives Day, World AIDS Vaccine Day, Independence Day (Somaliland) (unrecognized; click the link to see why), and National Speech Pathologist Day, and Ascension Day, the day Jesus is supposed to have gone up to … Continue reading Thursday: Hili dialogue

Saturday: Hili dialogue

Welcome to Saturday, June 26, 2021: National Chocolate Pudding Day. It’s also Bartender and Mixologist Day, Tropical Cocktails Day, Great American Picnic Day (too rainy in Chicago), International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, Ratcatcher’s Day in Hamelin, Germany, and World Refrigeration Day. News of the Day: As … Continue reading Saturday: Hili dialogue

Tuesday: Hili dialogue

Well, it’s back to work for those Americans with regular jobs. The holiday’s over now, and it’s Tuesday, July 6 2021: National Fried Chicken Day, celebrating a glorious dish that, while it might be found elsewhere, reaches its apotheosis in America—specifically at Stroud’s in Kansas City. It’s also International Kissing Day and National Air Traffic Control … Continue reading Tuesday: Hili dialogue

Tuesday: Hili Dialogue and a Life Scientific

by Matthew Cobb Hili may be a goddess, but like all cats, she retains her essential catness: Hili: I think there is something that could be knocked down to the floor. Paulina: I’m not sure it’s a good iedea. (Photo: Paulina R.) Hili: Zdaje się, że tam jest coś, co można strącić na ziemię. Paulina: … Continue reading Tuesday: Hili Dialogue and a Life Scientific