Daily Archives: December 16, 2019

Howlin’ Wolf Blues Museum, West Point – Mississippi Mondays December 16, 2019

I focused on Clay County, Mississippi for this week’s Mississippi Mondays post – Howlin’ Wolf Blues Museum, West Point: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Howlin-Wolf-Blues-Museum/136132349816587. Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_museums_in_Mississippi – listed there with a link to the town’s website, but no article. Official website: http://www.wpnet.org/index.php/attractions/howlin_wolf Howlin’ Wolf … Continue reading

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Are You Related to British Royalty? – FamilySearch December 16, 2019

I saw this on FamilySearch – Are You Related to British Royalty? – FamilySearch December 16, 2019: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/british-royal-family-tree/. December 16, 2019  – by  Alison Ensign. It’s a question that nearly everyone asks at least once: “Do I have royal blood?” If … Continue reading

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Is it even possible to earn money from blogging on WordPress???? — Forty Something Life As We Know It

As a Forty Plusser that is new to this WordPress Blogging world, I just want to know if anyone of you ever actually received/made money from blogging on WordPress? Or do you get absolutely zilch in terms of ad revenue? … Continue reading

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My Chronic Christmas: How To Keep Your Pain Bearable This Holiday Season — Life with Spina Bifida

Christmas is a wonderful time of year because it’s a time when we get to spend time with friends and family and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ! Holidays is something that most people look forward to because you get … Continue reading

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I was asked this question: What do China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Hungary have in common? — American in Korea

The answer is so complicated, I decided that instead of rewriting it here, I would just copy and past what I wrote in reply. You should find this every interesting: China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Hungary have oriental languages in … Continue reading

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Ancestor Stories: Christina Schleppenbach (1895-1991) — Ancestors Within

It’s remarkable how patterns repeat themselves down the line of a family tree. But sooner or later someone comes along to break the pattern. I like to think of my great grandma – the story for this week – as … Continue reading

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Thrift Shops as Holiday Helpers — ThriftStyle

Owners of many thrift stores are battling the ancient view of used clothing emporiums as a jumble of items, requiring lots of effort to hunt through their wares. We found a successful warrior in the Renewed Thrift store in Lake … Continue reading

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We Ring True: Distance Education – YouTube Video

Standard Disclaimer: I was a student at MSU for three semesters decades ago. I did not graduate, but would like to one day. This is a short video about Distance Education at Mississippi State University (MSU) – We Ring True: … Continue reading

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All about English Pancakes – FamilySearch December 12, 2019

I noticed this on FamilySearch – All about English Pancakes – FamilySearch December 12, 2019 https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/english-pancakes-recipe/. December 12, 2019  – by  Jan Mayer      

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Why was this PERRY MASON cast member FIRED from the show! – YouTube Video

I saw this yesterday on YouTube – Why was this PERRY MASON cast member FIRED from the show!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmA7edXYYPM (about 11:39 minutes long). I was a big fan of Perry Mason on TV.  

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