Here are the most universally notable #3's is baseball history:
(Hope I didn't miss anybody)
Why am I highlighting the number three today? Well, today marks the third anniversary of "Can't Have Too Many Cards". Thanks to everyone who's visited, especially those of you who stop by regularly. It's strange to think that people from all over the world have looked at what I've done here, even if it's only my little idiosyncratic birthday scrapbook posts. I'm honored to be a small part of such a great community of bloggers.
Written by Lefty's daughter this was a great read.
The premise of this book hooked me.
"On a seemingly ordinary Saturday in a California suburb, Julia and her family awake to discover, along with the rest of the world, that the rotation of the earth has suddenly begun to slow. The days and nights grow longer and longer, gravity is affected, the environment is thrown into disarray. Yet as she struggles to navigate an ever-shifting landscape, Julia is also coping with the normal disasters of everyday life—the fissures in her parents’ marriage, the loss of old friends, the hopeful anguish of first love, the bizarre behavior of her grandfather who, convinced of a government conspiracy, spends his days obsessively cataloging his possessions. As Julia adjusts to the new normal, the slowing inexorably continues."
Here's the author.
If you're a child of the 60's-70's, or you like the the music made by these artists check out this book: