Daily Archives: March 19, 2020

Twigby’s New Smartphone Value Plans Start At $20/Month — BestMVNO

Twigby has updated its wireless plans. The Sprint MVNO with roaming on Verizon has some new “Value Plans” that will live alongside their build your own plan options. The new plans start at $20/month but a perpetually running promotion from … Continue reading

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A generous game company offer — GamingSF

Given the current context, it gladdens my heart to read that Standing Stone Games has announced they are making all content freely accessible for Dungeons & Dragons Online and Lord of the Rings Online available to all players through 30 … Continue reading

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Get Eat the Damn Muffin Free and Learn to Love Yourself During this Time of Crisis — Housewife Hustle

With the weight of the world feeling like it’s getting heavier and heavier, I want to do a giveaway of my book. I want to spread kindness during this crisis. What better way to spread kindness than to start teaching … Continue reading

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In Every Thing Give Thanks – March 19, 2020

As a new thing happened today at my friends’ house, I was reminded of this Bible verse – https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1+Thessalonians+5%3A18&version=KJV: In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. About three hours ago, … Continue reading

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Burgwin-Wright House in Wilmington, North Carolina — M.A. Kleen – North Carolina Thursdays March 19, 2020

Tour this Colonial-Era home and gardens built atop Wilmington’s oldest jail. Click to expand photos. In its early days as a British colony, North Carolina was perceived as a backwoods territory full of crime, indentured servants, pirates, and other rough … Continue reading

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French Campaigns in North Africa 1855 – 93 — Weapons and Warfare

The French in West Africa. French incursions followed the paths of the Senegal and Niger rivers, greatly easing the problems of transport and logistics. From his base at St. Louis, Governor Faidherbe moved his forces incrementally inland, taking advantage of … Continue reading

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My top 5 tips to interact with the book blogging community —

Hi friends! I’m sending you all the love, positive and healthy vibes and hope you’re all taking care of yourselves and your loved ones ❤️. It’s been a little over a month since I wrote a blog post about blogging … Continue reading

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How Close to Death Have You Knowingly Come? March 19, 2020

I started this post long before COVID-19 became an issue. I don’t worry about things I can’t control, including my death. I do follow commonsense things, and more importantly, I pray and listen to the Lord for guidance. If you … Continue reading

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It’s my two-year anniversary: A look back, a look forward, and a giveaway! — The Bibliophagist

It seems like just a few weeks ago that I was writing a blog post for my first WordPress anniversary, and somehow it’s already time to write one again! This blog has been around since 2013, but it’s only the … Continue reading

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A Practical Beginners Guide To Choosing A Bowling Ball — Travel and Sport dot pw

When you first start bowling, more often than not, you are never given any instructions on how to choose a bowling ball. It’s not like playing a board game where all of the rules are nicely spelled out for you. … Continue reading

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