Daily Archives: May 8, 2020

Sarah Lynn/Life with Spina Bifida – Featured Blogger of the Week May 8, 2020

I chose Sarah Lynn/Life with Spina Bifida as this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week. I re-blogged several posts: What Can I Do For My Mom When I Am Poor? — Life with Spina Bifida Original post: https://lifewithspinabifida.com/2020/05/08/what-can-i-do-for-my-mom-when-i-am-poor/ What Not … Continue reading

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75th Anniversary of VE Day — IHRA

In this newsreel from British Movietone, Winston Churchill announces an end to the war in Europe. The celebrations that followed his announcement lasted for almost two days. via 75th Anniversary of VE Day — IHRA. Direct link – V E Day … Continue reading

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Watch “VE Day 2020: The Queen Celebrates As Only Surviving Monarch Who Served in WW2” on YouTube — susiesopinions

Today, May 8th is the 75th anniversary of VE Day. 5 years ago there were big celebrations. Today it is Street parties with everyone in their own gardens. I am not there, but will toast this celebration with a glass … Continue reading

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Stuck in Quarantine Together: 5 Tips to Help Keep Your Relationship Strong — My Bipolar Mind

Even for couples who have lived happily together for years, being quarantined together can open up a whole new can of worms! It can sometimes rock even the smoothest of waters. via Stuck in Quarantine Together: 5 Tips to Help Keep … Continue reading

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What Can I Do For My Mom When I Am Poor? — Life with Spina Bifida

Mother’s Day is Sunday and if you have been struggling financially it might not be in the budget to get your moment a fifty dollar bouquet of flowers. Mom’s love flowers and will appreciate it if you get them a … Continue reading

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Just Received an E-mail. If You Cannot Afford to Enroll in My Courses, Read This Post. — The Art of Blogging

Hi, A couple hours ago I received an e-mail from a fellow blogger. They said that they wanted to enroll in The Blogging Bootcamp, but they just couldn’t afford to pay full price for the course, because they had been … Continue reading

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When the 101st Airborne Saved Friend or Foe – YouTube Video Yarnhub

I saw this on YouTube –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CbkEUN_s6A Direct link –  When the 101st Airborne Saved Friend or Foe – YouTube Video Yarnhub:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CbkEUN_s6A (about 8:22 minutes long). Robert Wright has two burial locations. Some of his ashes were taken to … Continue reading

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Vintage photos from World War 2 and beyond online for the first time – FindMyPast Fridays May 8, 2020

Updated: added more information. This is going to be shorter than normal as I am doing it on my phone. I didn’t see it last night. It usually shows up Thursday or Friday at  https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new.  My goal is to edit … Continue reading

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Take a Virtual Safari With These Wildlife Webcams — From The Darkness Into The Light

If you’ve always dreamed of taking an African safari – or reminisce fondly about a trip you’ve already taken – then you’ll love this opportunity to keep an eye on what the animals are up to in the absence of … Continue reading

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A Positive Customer Experience at a Retailer Not Always Associated with Positive Experiences May 8, 2020

Anyone want to guess the chain? It’s one most often associated with negative customer experiences. Finding an employee for assistance is difficult. Often, you get a response like “Not my department.” It’s Wally World, aka Wal-Mart for those not familiar … Continue reading

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