Daily Archives: July 30, 2020

Some Other WordPress Quirks – July 30, 2020

I don’t remember if I covered this one previously, but it’s semi-common. When I do a search of my past posts, including draft posts, much, usually most, of the time, it sorts by most recent date or recent draft save … Continue reading

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Quarantine Diary Prompts—How to Journal about the Historic Events of 2020 – FamilySearch July 30, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch a little bit ago – Quarantine Diary Prompts—How to Journal about the Historic Events of 2020: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/covid-diary-journal-prompt/. A bit longer in the original link. July 30, 2020  – by  Jessica Grimaud We are living in historic … Continue reading

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Honor Darling Specialty Boutique, Mocksville – North Carolina Thursdays July 30, 2020

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I chose to look around Mocksville, Davie County. There were a few places that stood out. I chose Honor Darling Specialty Boutique. I thought it was a good choice for this week’s North … Continue reading

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Now We Are Six — Mitch Teemley

Today is My 6th Blogiversary! According to development experts, a healthy 6-year-old will: Speak in complete sentences of five to seven words. Actually, I’m working on getting it under 100 words: Q. “What’s that?” A. “Funny you should ask, because … Continue reading

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Customer Loyalty – July 30, 2020

Update: I forgot to add another link – https://susiesopinions.blog/2020/07/29/my-medicare-h-m-o-sent-me-a-face-mask/. I consider this a great example of customer loyalty. I also thought it was nice the company contacted her about the post. I have talked about the lack of customer loyalty … Continue reading

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Dice Collecting and Mental Health: Parts 1 and 2 — Dice Maniacs’ Club

by Allison Kate If you’re like me, you’re often met with the question “why?” when telling those not in-the-know about your dice collection. I feel like I’m constantly having to explain myself and my unique interests. But the answer is … Continue reading

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AncestryDNA Follow-up – July 30, 2020

As I mentioned in earlier posts – AncestryDNA Follow-up – July 17, 2020 and What’s Changing At Ancestry DNA? — Hound on the Hunt, changes are coming to AncestryDNA. The removal of 6 – 7 cM matches is set to go … Continue reading

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The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis — Pieces of History

  July 30, 2020, marks the 75th Anniversary of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. Today’s post comes from Michael J. Hancock, archives technician at the National Archives at College Park, MD. Sometimes a movie can provide a history lesson … Continue reading

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AVC Tribute Videos: 442nd Regimental Combat Team – YouTube Video American Veterans Center

I saw this on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8buFZR52wY More information as many are not familiar with this unit – Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/442nd_Regimental_Combat_Team. I recognized the unit as soon as I saw its designation. Direct link: AVC Tribute Videos: 442nd Regimental Combat Team https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8buFZR52wYContinue reading

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Near-term, more online education is inevitable… — The Homa Files

So, parents need to ramp-up for home schooling. Those are pivotal conclusions that I’ve reached based on the following observations & assumptions: > Some school systems are starting fully online this fall … and, the number seems to be increasing … Continue reading

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