Daily Archives: March 23, 2020

My Many Families – March 23, 2020

I have numerous families. Starting with my first family – my birth family. I include siblings and their children of my direct ancestors; any step and half relatives. My next family is my church family. This includes churches I used … Continue reading

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It’s Been A Year…I’m Still Alive! — The Recovering Legalist

1st Stent-iversary! Today is a very big day for me, even though it will pass by with little to no fanfare. Today marks one year since two stents were placed in my heart! A year ago, yesterday, my wife and … Continue reading

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CORONAVIRUS: Review your business interruption insurance policy now — Mississippi Business Journal – Mississippi Mondays March 23, 2020

As our nation deals with the far-reaching consequences of the coronavirus (COVID 19), the impact will range from grocery store shortages, school closings, and many businesses closing or reducing hours or services, to casinos closing in many jurisdictions, all for … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding Collection #137 — Teylen’s RPG Corner

I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #137, including every tabletop rpg project started between 03/01 and 03/22. Thanks to COVID-19 and other hassles I had to delay the crowdfunding collection. Which in consequence means you got plenty of … Continue reading

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Why Is the Census Important? – FamilySearch March 21, 2020

I noticed this today on FamilySearch – Why Is the Census Important?: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/why-is-the-census-important/. The information asked by the 2020 census won’t be as genealogically relevant compared to many earlier censuses. I completed mine online yesterday. The amount of questions asked … Continue reading

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MyHeritage In Color™ is Now Free and Unlimited for One Month! – MyHeritage March 23, 2020

I saw this today on MyHeritage: MyHeritage In Color™ is Now Free and Unlimited for One Month! – MyHeritage March 23, 2020: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/03/myheritage-in-color-is-now-free-and-unlimited-for-one-month/. It’s unlimited free colorized photos until April 22, 2020. There is a weekly draw if you upload … Continue reading

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Clemson U. honors Ben Skardon (102) — Pacific Paratrooper

Clemson University will award its highest honor, the Clemson Medallion, to two distinguished alumni — Professor Emeritus Beverly “Ben” Skardon and Trustee Emeritus Allen Price Wood. Skardon and Wood will be honored at a presentation ceremony in February 2020. Skardon, … Continue reading

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Seek out credible sources — #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS

It is of vital importance during this time that you seek out credible and reliable sources for information regarding COVID-19 and how to keep you and your family members safe. Bloggers may give out advice, but please take it as … Continue reading

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BLUE GUSH ( 1993 – Japan ) Deaf comedy short film. ( CC ) YouTube Video Robert Hoskin

I saw this on YouTube today – BLUE GUSH ( 1993 – Japan ) Deaf comedy short film. ( CC ) YouTube Video Robert Hoskin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVCOI1XVNS0 (around 3:29 minutes long). From the description: PLEASE KINDLY DONATE ME AT https://www.paypal.me/roberthoskin to … Continue reading

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Bird Spotting a New Hobby — Indians Abroad Desi Videsh Me

Hobbies are great distractions from the worries and troubles that plague daily living. – Bill Malone Hobbies refocus energy, allowing you to channel that negative energy into something more positive. – Christine Facciolo ****** via Bird Spotting a New Hobby — … Continue reading

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