Daily Archives: May 19, 2019

Gaming Sunday May 19, 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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A Glass of Water Saved a Plane From Crashing – YouTube Video

Interesting YouTube video – A Glass of Water Saved a Plane From Crashing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhlfw9IVygs (about 10:05 minutes long).

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Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry May 17, 2019

I saw this on Ancestry.com yesterday – Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry: https://www.ancestry.com/cs/recent-collections.  Only including updates since my earlier update: Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry May 15, 2019 New and Updated   UPDATED U.S., Find A Grave … Continue reading

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Five Things Every New FamilySearch User Should Try

I saw this on FamilySearch – Five Things Every New FamilySearch User Should Try: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/familysearch-user/. At FamilySearch.org, you have multiple ways to experience the excitement of family history. Now that you have an account, it’s time to start exploring some … Continue reading

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How I Wrote My First Book and What I Learnt on the Journey — Sam H Arnold

The inspiration behind The Detective Two and how this became a published book. When I was eight years old, the amazing Michael Rosen came to our school. He spoke about his new book and read to us. He also said … Continue reading

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What Can You Do If Someone Won’t Forgive You? Forgiveness Sundays May 19, 2019

In thinking about Forgiveness Sundays, something I regularly see on social media posts, tweets, etc. involve somebody asking forgiveness and not being forgiven by the person(s) they seek forgiveness. When it came to saying “I’m sorry,” my parents had two … Continue reading

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Explore Your Global Heritage with FamilySearch’s Country Pages

I saw this earlier on FamilySearch: Explore Your Global Heritage with FamilySearch’s Country Pages: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/what-is-my-ethnicity/. We are all proud of where we come from. Whether you’re a first-generation immigrant, or you have just discovered your roots by taking a DNA … Continue reading

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In Case of a Disaster — Learn Fun Facts

On July 18, 1969, while the public was anxiously following the news of the flight of Apollo 11 to the surface of the moon, presidential speechwriter William Safire was preparing a contingency memo which contained a speech to be delivered … Continue reading

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