Daily Archives: April 6, 2020

Stimulus Checks: What Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Should Know – YouTube Video Devin Carroll

WordPress decided to ignore when I wanted this post to go live and posted it 8 hours early so if you thought you saw it earlier, you did. I watched this last night on YouTube – Stimulus Checks: What Grandparents … Continue reading

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Dunn’s Falls Mississippi with Old Gristmill – YouTube Video NOLADEEJ, Meridian – Mississippi Mondays April 6, 2020

I chose the following YouTube video as this week’s Mississippi Mondays post – Dunn’s Falls Mississippi with Old Gristmill – YouTube Video NOLADEEJ: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcAzRkv6pxg (about 1:52 minutes long). Past Mississippi Mondays posts – https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/mississippi-mondays/      

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4 Underrated Caribbean Islands — From The Darkness Into The Light

The Caribbean is more than just Jamaica, the Virgin Islands, and the other popular tourist spots you’ve no doubt heard plenty about. There are many islands that don’t get the publicity they deserve. Maybe that’s a good thing. These lesser-known … Continue reading

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Questionable Stimulus Rebate Dates on Social Media – April 6, 2020

Disclosure: I used to work for the IRS. I am seeing plenty of questionable dates about the stimulus rebates being thrown around, often by anonymous IRS contacts. As a former IRS employee, I question the dates, especially ones that are … Continue reading

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Battle of Tumu Fortress — Weapons and Warfare

In the late 15th century China was still a world leader in many areas of technology, having enjoyed advanced economic development for many centuries before the West. However, it began to suffer from worsening ossification of the central government and … Continue reading

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Bizarre Census Entries Part II – April 6, 2020

In an earlier post – Bizzare Entries You Would Never Expect to See in the U.S. Census MyHeritage – April 5, 2020, I linked to an article on MyHeritage. As a genealogist, with access to 1940 and most earlier census records, … Continue reading

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5 Steps To Be More Organised — Bournemouth Girl

Since starting my Instagram account again after my account was hacked. I have changed what content I want to share on my grid. I have been sharing my planner layouts, which seem to be very popular. via 5 Steps To Be … Continue reading

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Fake Nostradamus Pandemic Meme April 6, 2020

I am surprised it took this long to show up. Seems a fake pandemic Nostradamus meme https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/coronavirus-nostradamus-prediction-meme/?amp is making the rounds now. Choose your favorite fact checking site and you will probably find the fake meme. It’s common for people … Continue reading

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WordPress Discover Prompts April 2020 Day #6 Hands

Today’s discover prompt is Hands. From my earlier post – Join Our Discover Daily Prompts in April! — The Daily Post  which has more details on the discover prompts. Thank you once again to http://findingenvirons1.blog/2020/04/06/wordpress-discover-hands/ for letting me know today’s … Continue reading

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Bizzare Entries You Would Never Expect to See in the U.S. Census MyHeritage – April 5, 2020

As a follow-up to last night’s post – Extended: U.S. Census Records Free for One More Week – MyHeritage April 5, 2020, I noticed this other article – Bizzare Entries You Would Never Expect to See in the U.S. Census: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/04/bizzare-entries-you-would-never-expect-to-see-in-the-u-s-census/. … Continue reading

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