Daily Archives: September 20, 2019

WWII soldier’s remains are returned home to Mississippi — Mississippi Business Journal

The remains of a World War II soldier have been returned home to Mississippi, nearly 77 years after he died as a prisoner of war. Army Pfc. 45 more words via WWII soldier’s remains are returned home to Mississippi — Mississippi … Continue reading

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Even more AXANAR news! — Fan Film Factor

It’s a FANtastic time to be an AXANAR supporter…with big news and updates coming fast and furiously now. It’s creating a feeling of excitement and electricity throughout the community. Meanwhile, the detractors are rapidly running out of things to complain … Continue reading

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National POW/MIA Recognition Day — IHRA

Today is the third Friday of September, which means it’s National POW/MIA Recognition Day. Take a moment to remember the individuals of the U.S. military who went missing or were taken prisoner during times of war, then learn about the … Continue reading

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When Loved Ones Die, Let Them Go – September 20, 2019

NOTE: I mean no disrespect for those who have suffered divorce or the death of a close loved one. I recently came across an article where somebody has been holding onto their husband’s ashes for 7+ years. He asked for … Continue reading

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How Godzilla King of the Monsters Should Have Ended – YouTube Video

I saw this last night on YouTube – How Godzilla King of the Monsters Should Have Ended: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K730Df36p1k (about 4:25 minutes long). If you have seen the movie, which ending do you prefer? What is Kaiju? As part of my … Continue reading

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Speaking Bipolar – Featured Blogger of the Week September 20, 2019

For this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week, I went with Speaking Bipolar – https://speakingbipolar.com/. Speaking Bipolar – About Me page: https://speakingbipolar.com/about-speaking-bipolar/ Speaking Bipolar originally started as a joke. In the years since my mental illness diagnosis, I have grown … Continue reading

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National Pepperoni Pizza Day — Day by Day

So Bob and I are going out to lunch to get pepperoni pizza today! I’m looking forward to it–something to liven up the day. Then I’ll go grocery shopping for food this weekend. THe State game is at 3 p.m. … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Survive After a Devastating Chronic Illness Diagnosis — Speaking Bipolar

You can survive a chronic illness diagnosis. Read this post about five tips that will help you keep going and support you to live your best life. 21 more words via 5 Ways to Survive After a Devastating Chronic Illness Diagnosis … Continue reading

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Brazilian Surnames – FamilySearch September 16, 2019

I saw this recently on FamilySearch – Brazilian Surnames – FamilySearch September 16, 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/brazilian-surnames-origins/. If you ask any Brazilian what the most common last name in Brazil is, for sure the answer will be “Silva.” Silva, which in Latin … Continue reading

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FindMyPast Fridays September 20, 2019

I noticed this yesterday on FindMyPast –New records from Cumberland, Scotland and the United States: https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/heres-whats-new-this-findmypast-friday. Here’s what’s new this Findmypast Friday United States Directories & Almanacs   110 Ohio directories have been added to our collection of United States … Continue reading

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