Daily Archives: September 28, 2019

Helping a Friend Find Where Some Relatives Are Buried – September 28, 2019

I have been busy helping a friend figure out where five (5) of her relatives were buried. They are not on Find-A-Grave or BillionGraves. I found the most recent one had an obituary on Legacy.com. The others died between the … Continue reading

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Chandrayaan-2 Update – Space Saturdays September 28, 2019

It looks like NASA has not found the Chandrayaan-2 lunar lander, or it has, depending on which source you read. The Moon has about two (2) weeks of night followed by an equal amount of daylight and where Vikram is … Continue reading

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Putting the Bipolar Brain to Bed (or Trying to) — Speaking Bipolar

What’s it like when an overactive mind won’t shut off at night? Here’s a (mostly) fictional and humorous look at what a bipolar brain looks like from the inside on a sleepless night. | #bipolar #overthinking #SpeakingBipolar The post Putting … Continue reading

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The Hicks Babies — The DNA Geek

In the mid-1940s, Dr. Thomas Jugarthy Hicks opened the Hicks Community Clinic in the small town of McCaysville, Georgia, mere steps from the Tennessee state line. Within a decade, he was not only performing illegal abortions but selling newborns on … Continue reading

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Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – September 26/27, 2019

I saw this today on Ancestry.com – Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – September 26, 2019: https://www.ancestry.com/cs/recent-collections. Only including updates since my last update post. Only including updates since September 26, 2019 update post which only had the … Continue reading

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Rugby Legends Discover Their Roots with MyHeritage DNA – September 28, 2019

I saw this this afternoon on MyHeritage – Rugby Legends Discover Their Roots with MyHeritage DNA: https://blog.myheritage.com/2019/09/rugby-legends-discover-their-roots-with-myheritage-dna/. They’ve battled each other, shed blood, sweat, and tears to win for their nation, and now they are about to discover if rivalry … Continue reading

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Free Family History Classes and Webinars for October 2019 – FamilySearch September 26, 2019

I checked FamilySearch today and saw this –Free Family History Classes and Webinars for October 2019 – FamilySearch September 26, 2019: https://media.familysearch.org/free-family-history-library-classes-webinars-october-2019/. The FamilySearch Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, has announced its free classes and webinars for October 2019. Highlighted classes this … Continue reading

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23andMe, moving beyond consumer DNA tests, is building a clinical trial recruitment business – DNA Saturdays September 28, 2019

I chose this article on 23andMe and chose it as this week’s DNA Saturdays post – 23andMe, moving beyond consumer DNA tests, is building a clinical trial recruitment business: https://www.statnews.com/2019/09/26/23andme-clinical-trial-recruitment/. SAN FRANCISCO — Consumer genetics giant 23andMe announced Thursday that … Continue reading

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Blind Frozen Pizza Taste Test – YouTube Video

I saw this on YouTube – Blind Frozen Pizza Taste Test – YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9SeECaq30g (around 13:37 minutes long). I spent several years where my diet was mostly frozen pizza. I would go to work, be there for 10 – … Continue reading

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Fading Icons of Arizona’s Route 66 — Atomic Redhead

As mentioned in earlier Arizona posts, most of our journey took us along the Mother Road, Route 66. The legendary stretch of blacktop is dotted with a combination of still functioning tourist attractions and long forgotten buildings, all begging to … Continue reading

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