Monthly Archives: March 2019

Forgiving Yourself – Forgiveness Sundays March 31, 2019

For this week’s Forgiveness Sundays, I decided to focus on the one person many people often have the hardest time forgiving – yourself. You can’t change the past, but you can learn from the mistakes you made in the past. … Continue reading

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Opt-out is not informed consent — The Legal Genealogist

Outing the unwitting There’s an old adage that may date back — if internet sources are to be believed — as far as Roman times. 1,154 more words via Opt-out is not informed consent — The Legal Genealogist. Cite/link to this … Continue reading

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Introducing the MyHeritage LIVE 2019 Speakers September 6 – 8, 2019 Amsterdam

As reported by MyHeritage LIVE, which will take place September 6-8, in Amsterdam, will feature lectures and hands-on workshops led by internationally renowned speakers in the fields of genealogy and DNA.  We’re excited to announce the speaking lineup for … Continue reading

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Top 10 Shocking The Twilight Zone Twist Endings – YouTube Video

I used to watch The Twilight Zone on a regular basis. Here are Top 10 Shocking The Twilight Zone Twist Endings: (about 10:33 minutes long). It’s been a long time since I have watched the show so I don’t … Continue reading

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Splicers–Palladium’s Craziest Role-Playing Game Review – GeeksAGogo

I haven’t played this particular game – Splicers by Palladium, but Palladium is known for some off-the-wall Role-Playing Games (RPGs). Here’s a review:–Palladiums-Craziest-Role-Playing-Game. It’s available on DriveThru RPG (DTRPG): (not an affiliate link). Here is the Palladium website … Continue reading

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7,000-year-old Native American burial site found off Florida – Archaelogy World

I came across this yesterday on Facebook: 7,000-year-old Native American burial site found off Florida – Seeing a 7,000-year-old site that is so well preserved in the Gulf of Mexico is awe-inspiring,” –snip– In a Florida State Department press … Continue reading

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Cat Bowties and Bandanas – Etsy

I favorited this Etsy seller – as I thought her products were interesting and something I hadn’t seen before. I don’t have any cats or kittens, but have friends who do. She sells quite a few cat / kitten bowties … Continue reading

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Gaming Sunday March 31, 2019

 AS ALWAYS, CHECK PRICES BEFORE ORDERING as sales can end or change before I update them. Also, some sales only have so many items or keys available for purchase so the sale ends as soon as they run out of … Continue reading

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On Epilepsy and Company Names – Lydia Rae Bush Poetry

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If You Encourage Using Kindle Unlimited to Read Your Books, Are You Also Disclosing You Get Paid When People Do?

While I have talked about the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and its guidelines on affiliate links and other ways you are at risk as a blogger, I haven’t addressed one of the worst ways an author can get busted by … Continue reading

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