Sayings and Phrases

Category: Season 7

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Lou Thieblemont

Lou Thieblemont worked for 37 years as a commercial airline pilot. Since retirement, Lou has served as mayor, and is actively volunteering in his hometown of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. He has served as vice president of the Astronomical Society of Harrisburg and as a member of the board of directors of the Museum of Scientific Discovery in Harrisburg. When not in PA, Lou can be found giving his informative talks on cruise ships around the world.

Mind your own bee’s wax. Not enough room to swing a cat. Raining cats and dogs. We have all heard these old expressions. Take a fun journey discovering where many common phrases and sayings started, how they evolved and how the meanings have changed over the years. We will also look at the everyday use of some strange nautical terms. Can you fathom that?

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