Daily Archives: December 31, 2019

Home Alone for the Holidays: 7 great ways to enjoy yourself. — Salted Caramel

You are on your own for the holidays. You have invited no one and received no invitations. Maybe you are stuck in a foreign country on your own or maybe you have recently become single. Whatever your reason for being … Continue reading

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Riverside Park and Ralph Mitchell Zoo, Independence – Kansas Tuesdays December 31, 2019

As I continue my westward trek across Kansas this week, I started moving south as I zigzag through the state. I saw Wakeeney in Trego County and went looking for what’s to see or do in the area. I came … Continue reading

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V. A. Nationwide Gravesite Locator – Tombstone Tuesdays December 31, 2019

This is a re-post of an earlier Tombstone Tuesdays post – V. A. Nationwide Gravesite Locator – Tombstone Tuesdays February 19, 2019 – over 3,000 words. I decided to do an abbreviated version of that post since many won’t read … Continue reading

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Update On Sequencing.com $49 Sale – December 31, 2019

This is an update to my earlier post about Sequencing.com $49 DNA sale – More Information About Sequencing.com $49 Sale – December 21, 2019.  Shipping fee is $10. Still no word on when it ends, but probably sometime in the … Continue reading

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7 Things You Probably Never Knew About The Last Supper Painting — From The Darkness Into The Light

By Kingsley Brown It’s amazing to think that after all this time, The Last Supper painting continues to hold it’s audience captive. It’s considered one of Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpieces, but it almost didn’t survive! What else do you not … Continue reading

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New Year’s Traditions Around the World — Mitch Teemley

New Year’s traditions vary wildly from culture to culture, although almost all include the Three F’s: food, fun and fireworks. Oh, yeah, and ways to assure good luck in the coming year. Whatever your traditions, may your New Year (and … Continue reading

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Penguin SOLD: Publishing, Change & Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Oh MY! — Kristen Lamb

This past week, Pearson, the owner of Penguin for the last half-century, jettisoned its remaining stake in Penguin Random House—the book publishing joint venture it formed six years ago with Bertelsmann, the German media group. According to an article in … Continue reading

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Salted Chocolate-Pecan Toffee — sundaybakedaysunday

“Auntie, do you still write your blog?” My ten year old nephew, Flynn, asked as he was excitedly stirring melting chocolate. “Whoa! I’ve never seen that much chocolate!” When I told him that I am in fact still writing, his … Continue reading

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Top 6 Living History Museums around the World – FamilySearch December 30, 2019

I saw this last night on FamilySearch – Top 6 Living History Museums around the World: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/top-6-living-history-museums/. December 30, 2019  – by  Sunny Morton Living history museums immerse you in the past and can help you feel more connected to ancestors. … Continue reading

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The INSANE Story Of How Godzilla FOUGHT Rome! – Godzilla Rage Across Time #4 – Dangerville YouTube Video

I found this on YouTube – The INSANE Story Of How Godzilla FOUGHT Rome! – Godzilla Rage Across Time #4 – Dangerville YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWRJP3NUkTQ (about12:02 minutes long). After all, what better way to wake up than to Godzilla fighting … Continue reading

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