Daily Archives: May 26, 2020

Seeing is Believing — LITERARY TITAN

What do you find is a common misconception kids have about problems with their vision? The MOST common misconception kids have about their vision is they don’t believe they have a vision problem. This is because they have nothing to … Continue reading

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Horace Greeley Museum, Tribune – Kansas Tuesdays May 26, 2020

As I continue my westward trek across Kansas this week, I started moving south as I zigzag through the state. I saw Wakeeney in Trego County and went looking for what’s to see or do in the area. I came … Continue reading

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Castles and Literature in Lisbon — Wanderlust Wonderland

Do you know what I always love about traveling? Discovering new authors. We went to Lisbon with our student’s association and because we were all literature students, bookstores, libraries and literary museums were always part of the program. It was … Continue reading

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Next Stimulus Package Mini Update – May 26, 2020

There are numerous stimulus package bills out there. The Senate has one that was proposed before the recess. The HEROES Bill is now awaiting action in the Senate as well. There are easily 6+ other bills being floated in both … Continue reading

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Summer bloom in Finland — In my world

Summer is coming to Finland or it’s actually here already. Today (May 26) it was over 20 celsius outside. People wearing shorts but they probably would anyway even if it wasn’t. Brave little folks, they are. The most irritating thing … Continue reading

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The U. S. Post Office Only Forwards Mail for a Limited Amount of Time – May 26, 2020

A point I make on a regular basis is to make sure government agencies (Social Security, Internal Revenue Service) and any other local, state, or federal agency you deal with on a regular basis have your most current address, phone … Continue reading

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First Nations cradleboards: understanding their significance and versatility — Library and Archives Canada Blog

By Elizabeth Kawenaa Montour Cradleboards are still an integral part of the cultural practices of First Nations peoples. I experienced using a cradleboard for my family when we received one from my mother-in-law. It was not new, the paint was … Continue reading

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Happy World Dracula Day 2020 – May 26, 2020

Who knew? I didn’t until I saw a blog announcing it was today. I thought about making tomorrow’s Weirdness Wednesdays post, but the day is celebrated today; maybe next year. Here are several links on the subject: https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/dracula-day/ https://www.worldnationaldays.com/when-is-world-dracula-day-2020/ https://newsbrig.com/world-dracula-day-2020-5-amazing-films-featuring-the-gothic-character-that-are-a-must-watch/23464/Continue reading

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3 California Chefs Served 15,000 Free Meals During Pandemic | Good Neighbor | Digital Exclusive YouTube Video The Kelly Clarkson Show

I saw this on YouTube –  https://youtu.be/8GYlOte6MDg Direct link – 3 California Chefs Served 15,000 Free Meals During Pandemic | Good Neighbor | Digital Exclusive YouTube Video The Kelly Clarkson Show:  https://youtu.be/8GYlOte6MDg. Around 1:19 minutes long.

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How to Find a Gravestone at the Cemetery — BillionGraves Blog- Tombstone Tuesdays May 26, 2020

Have you ever tried to find a gravestone in a large cemetery? One with tens of thousands of gravestones? If so, you know how time-consuming, and even frustrating, it can be. Unless you use the BillionGraves app! Then it’s easy! … Continue reading

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