Daily Archives: December 19, 2019

Myths About Suicide — The Moody Mom

Suicide is rarely understood and frequently stigmatized. I remember when I heard about fashion designer Kate Spade’s suicide. But she was rich and famous. And she had a teenaged daughter. Why? But the truth is, no one really knows what … Continue reading

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When Should You Fire Friends? December 19, 2019

I will start this by acknowledging that people lie. That’s a fact. When it comes to friends, it’s a given that all of your friends will lie to you at various points in your friendship. However, there are some who … Continue reading

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Museum of American Pottery/Cedar Creek Gallery, Creedmoor – North Carolina Thursdays December 19, 2019

Heading back east from western North Carolina for this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post. I found myself looking in the Granville County area and ran across the Museum of American Pottery, Creedmoor: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_American_Pottery.  May be interesting to see what I … Continue reading

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Southern Buttermilk Cornbread — Mississippi Delta Hospitality

This amazing Southern Buttermilk Cornbread recipe is a classic and a staple in every house in the south! We have been making this recipe for so many years and it only requires four simple ingredients.The great thing about cornbread is … Continue reading

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5 Things Schools Need to Tell Students About Plagiarism But Don’t — Plagiarism Today

As students begin the 2019 school year, they’re going to get an earful about plagiarism, what it is, how serious it is and how they can avoid it. 1,210 more words via 5 Things Schools Need to Tell Students About Plagiarism … Continue reading

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Science versus Star Wars: “Reylo” and the inbreeding coefficient – 23andMe December 17, 2019

I noticed this today on 23andMe – Science versus Star Wars: “Reylo” and the inbreeding coefficient – 23andMe December 17, 2019: https://blog.23andme.com/science-research/science-versus-star-wars-reylo-and-the-inbreeding-coefficient/. I didn’t see it yesterday when I checked. Warning: Spoiler Alert according to the link above – I … Continue reading

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Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – December 17, 2019

I saw this tonight on Ancestry.com – Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – December 17, 2019: https://www.ancestry.com/cs/recent-collections. Only including updates after December 10, 2019. For some reason, I thought the December 11, 2019 updates had been added, but … Continue reading

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8 People Who Didn’t Let Their Age Stop Them from Changing the World – MyHeritage December 19, 2019

I noticed this today on MyHeritage – 8 People Who Didn’t Let Their Age Stop Them from Changing the World – MyHeritage December 19, 2019: https://blog.myheritage.com/2019/12/8-people-who-didnt-let-their-age-stop-them-from-changing-the-world/. I remember when #4 achieved both records as it made local news. She’s not … Continue reading

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Amazing photo surfaces showing fiery death of German warship chased down by the Royal Navy — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News

Amazing photo surfaces showing fiery death of German warship chased down by the Royal Navy The inferno raging on the deck of the Admiral Graf Spee ‘Picture courtesy of Tim King TOM COTTERILL Email Published: 17:03Monday 16 December 2019 Share … Continue reading

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How a World Class Coast Guard Rescuer Sank a DUKW — And Still Pulled Off an Extraordinary Rescue — The Frump Report: News, Reviews, Stories and Books from Author Robert R. Frump

Bernie Webber, the famous Coast Guardsman who led the rescue of the SS Pendleton crew, and whose story was told in the movie The Finest Hours, had a long career marked by numerous other rescues. He always considered this story … Continue reading

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