Daily Archives: October 16, 2020

Fashion and Its Significance in Puerto Rican Heritage – FamilySearch October 16, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch today- Fashion and Its Significance in Puerto Rican Heritage: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/traditional-puerto-rico-clothing/. If you have Puerto Rican heritage or enjoy Puerto Rican fashion, I would check the original article out. October 16, 2020  – by Alison Ensign  –snip– … Continue reading

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NY restricts Christians & Orthodox Jews, but Muslim mass gatherings continue — God Reports

By Mark Ellis — Muslims gather on Madison Avenue in New York City on September 22nd, prior to the American Muslim ParadeQueens, New York has a large population of Muslims and every fall they hold a large procession honoring Mohammed’s … Continue reading

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The Disabled Diva’s Blog – Featured Blogger of the Week October 16, 2020

For this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week, I chose The Disabled Diva’s Blog: https://thedisableddivablog.com/ as the Featured Blogger of the Week. I have been reading the blog since late October 2019. About page: https://thedisableddivablog.com/about-the-disabled-diva/  Social Media Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedisableddiva/ Instagram: … Continue reading

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Mental Health Parenting Truths 101 — Thought Food

Written for Queensland Mental Health Week 2020 At some point you will get it wrong. It will be well intentioned. It may come from a place of not wanting to replicate your own upbringing or the mistakes you think other … Continue reading

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New Quirk to the New Facebook Design – October 16, 2020

I saw a comment pop up on Facebook recently. I was in the middle of something so didn’t click on it. Under the old Facebook, not a problem as it would show up under Notifications. As I was on Facebook … Continue reading

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Root Out These Five Writing Mistakes Before You Publish – BookBaby Blog

I decided to share this post – Root Out These Five Writing Mistakes Before You Publish. I tried to re-blog it numerous times and gave up. There are some great points in the post. I scheduled it timely, but for … Continue reading

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Washington State Issues Changes to Ordering Birth and Death Certificates – IAJGS October 16, 2020

I received this e-mail this morning from IAJGS (link to sign up for e-mails is at the bottom of this post) – Washington State Issues Changes to Ordering Birth and Death Certificates. As of January 1, 2021 there will be … Continue reading

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10 U.S. State Parks that are Worth a Visit — From The Darkness Into The Light

Let’s face it. The U.S. National Parks are incredible in their own unique way. But they get all the hype, while the over 10,000 beautifully-preserved State Parks are essentially hidden in plain sight. Believe it or not, there are over 18 million … Continue reading

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Smithsonian’s Museum of Asian Art Walking Tour 4K — Freer-Sackler Gallery- YouTube Travel with Camera

Saw this on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSZnHbknYUw Direct link – Smithsonian’s Museum of Asian Art Walking Tour 4K — Freer-Sackler Gallery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSZnHbknYUw (around 21:02 minutes long)

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Brand new Caribbean military records and more – FindMyPast Fridays October 16, 2020

I checked last night and saw it posted. It usually shows up Thursday or Friday at  https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new.  I shortened it a bit. Here’s the direct link – Brand new Caribbean military records and more:  https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/caribbean-and-kent Niall Cullen 16 October 2020 … Continue reading

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