Thursday means Thor’s day in Old English. The Norse or many decedents of them among us probably know Thor the god of thunder is represented riding a chariot drawn by goats and wielding the hammer. I’ve met many Norse decedents and very few could conger up that image in my mind. Well, when I was more of a football fan, Merlin Olson could model for the image.1For his entire 15-year professional football career he was a defensive tackle with the Los Angeles Rams in the National Football League. Well, perhaps he was a Swede, but still a Scandinavian. Both sides of my family emigrated from Norway, so I am also a Norse or Scandinavian-American.
Regular readers of this blog will certainly remember I said something about making posts on this day every week. I know and have evidence or hearsay that many of you are Scandinavian of the Norwegian-kind, so you might be be forgiving of procrastinators of the same kind.
Forgive me as I offer this for my not posting on a schedule excuse:
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That didn’t learn me nothing! How about you?
Seriously, I had nothing of quality or substance of quality to say this Thor’s Day. – perhaps next week.