Daily Archives: May 15, 2019

Mental health awareness: How am I improving my mental health? — Life with Spina Bifida

May is mental health awareness month and since mental health is something I have been struggling with for the last couple of years I thought I would share with you what I am doing to improve it. Mental health is … Continue reading

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Block Tree Big-Y FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA)

When I logged into FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA) today, I noticed an item marked as New – Block Tree Big Y. It looks like New means they updated it in some way – see My Big Y Block Tree Update on … Continue reading

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23andMe improves reports for Caribbean and Latin American customers

In my usual perusing of the genealogy and DNA blogs I review almost daily, I saw this earlier this afternoon – 23andMe improves reports for Caribbean and Latin American customers: https://blog.23andme.com/ancestry/23andme-improves-reports-for-caribbean-and-latin-american-customers/. I removed the images and a few other items. … Continue reading

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Atlas Survival Shelters – Featured Vlogger of the Week May 15, 2019

I am not a prepper – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prepper although in the broadest sense of the term being prepared for a natural disaster I could be considered a prepper. I do live in an area that’s deep in Tornado Alley: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado_Alley, and … Continue reading

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Over 100 Million New European Records Now Online – FindMyPast

I saw this earlier today on FindMyPast – Over 100 Million New European Records Now Online: https://blog.findmypast.com/europe-2637162101.html. We’re constantly providing our members with new opportunities to uncover their family’s roots across the Atlantic with the best British and Irish record … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About It -Why Talking About Suicide Saves Lives — The Dopamine Queen

80% of people who attempt suicide tell someone first. That means we failed 80% of people that attempt suicide. 80% is way too many. 80% is sobering. 80% proves it’s not “attention seeking,” but a desperate cry for help that … Continue reading

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Ice Cream Sandwiches | How It’s Made – YouTube Video

This showed up several times in my YouTube suggestion list – Ice Cream Sandwiches | How It’s Made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vlb4mfQv6-s (about 4:43 minutes long). Not sure it’s something you could do at home; at least the way it’s done in the … Continue reading

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Glitches on WordPress are so frustrating. — susiesopinions

The worst glitch for me is that the ‘Followed site reader’, is so hit and miss. Sometimes I check first thing in the morning, only to find 30 minutes of blog posts, and then 12 hours back. This means I … Continue reading

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Giant Dalmatian Fire Hydrant – Weirdness Wednesdays May 15, 2019

I saw this on Only in Your State website – https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/texas/15-bizarre-roadside-attractions-in-tx/ (#1) when looking recently for the Killer Bee Statue – World’s Largest Killer Bee Statue – Weirdness Wednesdays May 1, 2019. It lost the title of World’s Largest Fire … Continue reading

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