….of fondue, baboon, & piano….


…..”How to make the perfect fondue”….”New baboon queen takes her throne at Toronto Zoo after brutal battle”…”The world’s oldest surviving piano sounds better than you’d think”…

SOMETHING ABOUT“a cunning Swiss way to turn old ends of cheese and stale bread into a meal that went global in the 60’s. And nothing like some fine wine to cut through the fat!”

SOMETHING ABOUT“several females had been battling for the top spot.  Zoo staff even had to intervene with hormone treatments ‘to take a little bit an edge off’ the fighting females.”

SOMETHING ABOUT“the priceless instrument was made in 1720 by the inventor of the piano, Bartolomeo Cristofori (1655-1731). The early fortepiano is part of the collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and is the oldest of three surviving Cristofori pianos.”


Cheers to all for a willingly thrillingly thriving Thursday that sings–the wills are alive with the sound of music!


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