Daily Archives: March 24, 2020

11+ Family Activities That Bring You Closer Together – FamilySearch March 20, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch – 11+ Family Activities That Bring You Closer Together: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/family-activities/. Some good suggestions in the link above. March 20, 2020  – by  Jessica Grimaud Creating lasting memories doesn’t require tons of props or preplanning. In fact, … Continue reading

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Social distancing Sunday – Old Oxford Mill — One Kansas Girl – Kansas Tuesdays March 24, 2020

Forced family fun took us to the Old Oxford Mill in Oxford, Kansas. Oxford is 45 minutes south of Wichita and has a population of 1,012. Before we left in the boys’ 1998 Camry… We took the back roads, which … Continue reading

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Why travelling locally might become the new normal for a while and how to be a tourist in your hometown — Carrots and Tigers

Staying at home and practicing social distancing is currently the most important and responsible thing to do amid the ongoing CONVID-19 pandemic. Yet we are all looking forward to a future when it will safe to travel again. We currently … Continue reading

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USA Medicare Help Link — THE MAD CHATTER

Hello everyone. With Covid-19 on the loose, God only knows how long we will be requiring some telecommunication with our medical provider. For all you older folks on Medicare, or for those of you with those of us with, nasty … Continue reading

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Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – March 19, 2020

I saw today there was an updated list on Ancestry.com – Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – March 19, 2020: https://www.ancestry.com/cs/recent-collections. Only including updates after March 6, 2020. New and Updated   UPDATED Quebec, Canada, Notarial Records, 1637-1935 … Continue reading

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All You Need To Know About Re-Inking Dice — Dice Maniacs’ Club

by Tina Manneborn We previously posted an introductory blog post on reinking dice, giving you an overview of the different techniques and materials needed. We would now like to delve a little deeper and give you more detailed instructions and … Continue reading

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You have the time to ‘smell the roses’. — susiesopinions

You have heard the saying ‘To smell the roses’. Now you have time to do so. I took a walk around our small community yesterday, and didn’t see roses, but saw theses beautiful flowers. Very calming, and that’s what we … Continue reading

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BEWARE: Scammers are trying to take advantage of the unemployed during this pandemic. — #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS

As many of you know, I am an unemployed Canadian citizen who has been applying for jobs on Indeed and LinkedIn for throughout 2020. I was worried that, when shit really hit the proverbial fan with respect to the Corona … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Wolverine F2D Titan Film Scanner ( in 1080p HD ) – YouTube Video Robert Hoskin

I saw this on YouTube recently – The Evolution of Wolverine F2D Titan Film Scanner ( in 1080p HD ) – YouTube Video Robert Hoskin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcgvGOkrpfo (about 1:58 minutes long).  

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Remembering the Irish Famine – BillionGraves March 16, 2020 – Tombstone Tuesdays March 24, 2020

I saw this last week on BillionGraves – Remembering the Irish Famine – BillionGraves March 16, 2020: https://blog.billiongraves.com/remembering-the-irish-famine/. Over 2,000 words in the link above; cut it down to just under 600 words. Gone but not forgotten. Not forgotten because … Continue reading

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