Daily Archives: July 28, 2019

Gaming Sunday July 28, 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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National Milk Chocolate Day July 28, 2019

According to https://www.awarenessdays.com/awareness-days-calendar/national-milk-chocolate-day-2019/, today is National Milk Chocolate Day. What a time to be alive!  Today is National Chocolate Day!  Celebrated on July 28th in the USA, National Chocolate Day is one of many informal food observances that take place. … Continue reading

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What Is a Second Cousin?: How to Calculate Family Relationships – FamilySearch July 23, 2019

I saw this a few days ago on FamilySearch – What Is a Second Cousin?: How to Calculate Family Relationships – FamilySearch July 23, 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/what-is-a-second-cousin/. Trying to figure out what to call your distant cousin? Even if you know … Continue reading

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Fulfilling a Promise: Jessica finds a long-lost uncle – MyHeritage July 28, 2019

I saw this today on MyHeritage – Fulfilling a Promise: Jessica finds a long-lost uncle https://blog.myheritage.com/2019/07/fulfilling-a-promise-jessica-finds-a-long-lost-uncle/. Jessica Shackelford, 31, from Oklahoma City was sent on a mission by her grandfather: Find all her lost uncles and aunts. Her grandfather knew … Continue reading

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Traditional Mexican Food—A Treat for All the Senses – FamilySearch July 28, 2019

I saw this earlier today on FamilySearch – Traditional Mexican Food—A Treat for All the Senses https://www.fa ilysearch.org/blog/en/traditional-mexican-food/. It fit as I ate at a Mexican restaurant earlier in the day. Authentic Mexican food is more than just something you … Continue reading

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Blog Post Ideas Your Readers Will Love — Love, Geeky Girl

Hey guys! Welcome back. I hope you are enjoying your weekend. This is a post that is highly requested and I didn’t want to wait because it is so highly requested. So today I want to share with you some … Continue reading

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Welcome to the 51st annual BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy July 30–August 2, 2019 –

I saw this when posting about the BYU Conference earlier today – Announcing The BYU Genealogy Conference for 2019 – FamilySearch July 25, 2019 Welcome to the 51st annual BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy July 30–August 2, 2019: https://familyhistory.ce.byu.edu/?cid=bl-fsup-8741 Welcome … Continue reading

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Norwegian Names—What Are They All About? – FamilySearch July 26, 2019

I saw this about the same time as I saw an earlier FamilySearch post – Norwegian Names—What Are They All About? – FamilySearch July 26, 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/norwegian-names/. More and more people are naming their children according to what they find … Continue reading

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Taking Exception with a Quote Attributed to Oscar Wilde – Forgiveness Sundays July 28, 2019

According to several sites, including https://www.azquotes.com/quote/314502, Oscar Wilde is attributed with this quote: Always forgive your enemies – nothing annoys them so much. I don’t know if he said it, but there are plenty of people I have met over … Continue reading

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Tracing Your African-American Genealogy – FamilySearch July 26, 2019

I saw this on FamilySearch – Tracing Your African-American Genealogy – FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/african-american-genealogy/. Researching African American genealogy can be challenging, particularly as you work through records from before the Civil War. The good news is that wonderful resources are becoming … Continue reading

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