Daily Archives: March 5, 2020

The Ghostly Remnants of the Old LA County Poor Farm — Atomic Redhead

Within the small LA suburb of Downey sits what appears to be a ghost town. A mixture of overgrown, charred, and boarded up buildings sit behind chainlink fences topped with barbed wire, and gates locked with multiple padlocks. 1,206 more words … Continue reading

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Book review: All the Weyrs of Pern by Ann McCaffrey — Guam Christian Blog

All the Weyrs of Pern by Anne McCaffrey My rating: 5 of 5 stars Amazon Kindle The usual McCaffrey ride with extra twists thrown in. As I was reading this again for maybe the third time, I wonder if the … Continue reading

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Ava Gardner Museum, Smithfield – North Carolina Thursdays March 5, 2020

Continuing my westward trek again for North Carolina Thursdays, I noticed Smithfield in Johnston County. Did a quick check and found Ava Gardner Museum:  https://trip101.com/article/best-things-to-do-smithfield-nc.  Official Website: https://avagardner.org/ Website: https://avagardner.org/ 325 E. Market St. Smithfield, NC 27577 Phone: 919-934-5830 Email: … Continue reading

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How Not To Market Your Blog — lifesfinewhine – Link for How to Market Your Blog

Recently I made a post on how to market your blog, however, I decided to do one on how not to market because there are a lot of mistakes that people make when attempting to market their blog. Here are … Continue reading

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RootsTech 2020 in Review – FamilySearch March 4, 2020

I noticed this on FamilySearch earlier – RootsTech 2020 in Review: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/rootstech-2020-review/ March 4, 2020  – by  Laurie Bradshaw –snip– This year’s RootsTech conference marks 10 years since RootsTech began. Much has changed in those 10 years; technology has advanced, genealogy … Continue reading

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Synagogues, Old Town Square and the Opera — Wanderlust Wonderland

On our second day in Prague, we explored the old town and learned some more about the history of the city. We visited some beautiful and impressive synagogues and checked out the highlights such as the astronomical clock and the týnchurch. … Continue reading

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New WordPress My Home Page – March 5, 2020

When I logged in on my laptop this morning, I did not notice the new My Home page on WordPress. I typically go to MySites tab when I first log into WordPress. This morning the first side tab was Stats, … Continue reading

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Access Free Irish Records for Irish-American Heritage Month – MyHeritage March 5, 2020

I saw this on MyHeritage – Access Free Irish Records for Irish-American Heritage Month: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/03/access-free-irish-records-for-irish-american-heritage-month/.  by Esther March 5, 2020 Historical Records, Holidays Do you have Irish heritage? March is Irish-American Heritage Month, and it’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate … Continue reading

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USS Triton ‘The Triton’s Christmas – YouTube Video Richard Damm

I watched this on YouTube – USS Triton ‘The Triton’s Christmas’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjjSYU-ZTjQ around 26:03 minutes long

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Bipolar Disorder and Medication: Spotlight on Fears — Speaking Bipolar

Frequent worries about medication from patients being treated for bipolar disorder and the truths I’ve learned from my journey. The post Bipolar Disorder and Medication: Spotlight on Fears appeared first on Speaking Bipolar. via Bipolar Disorder and Medication: Spotlight on Fears … Continue reading

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