Daily Archives: December 8, 2020

Anxiety Journaling: How to Relieve Stress through Writing – FamilySearch December 8, 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch today – Anxiety Journaling: How to Relieve Stress through Writing: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/anxiety-journal-relieve-stress/. Long article, shortened it a bit to give some important points. Journaling is not for everyone. Having worked in several mental health agencies, it … Continue reading

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Grandmother’s Bread — Brother’s Campfire

This winter has brought memories of my grandmother making bread and cinnamon rolls from scratch. As a child, it seemed like she dumped a bag of flour on the table and it seemingly grew into those beautiful loaves of bread. … Continue reading

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Stanton County Museum, Johnson City – Kansas Tuesdays December 8, 2020

I chose to look in Stanton County, Kansas for this week’s Kansas Tuesdays post. The Stanton County Museum http://www.stantoncountymuseum.org/ is in Johnson City, Kansas. It may have restrictions due to COVID-19. Official website: http://www.stantoncountymuseum.org/ HOURS & ADMISSION: Museum hours are … Continue reading

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6 New Reports Added to MyHeritage Health including Glaucoma and Prostate Cancer – MyHeritage December 8, 2020

I saw this on MyHeritage earlier today – 6 New Reports Added to MyHeritage Health including Glaucoma and Prostate Cancer: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/12/6-new-reports-added-to-myheritage-health-including-glaucoma-and-prostate-cancer/. Much longer article.  by By Talya December 8, 2020 Health We are pleased to announce that six new health reports have … Continue reading

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New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 7 December 2020

I saw this on FamilySearch today – New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 7 December 2020: https://media.familysearch.org/new-free-historical-records-on-familysearch-week-of-7-december-2020/. Over 800 words, but scroll through the list to see if something interests you. This week on FamilySearch explore nearly 3M … Continue reading

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Clarification on Last Post about Copyright – December 8, 2020

In this post – Find-A-Grave and Copyright – Tombstone Tuesdays December 8, 2020, I mentioned copyright. I didn’t add how I re-write obits to stay within copyright and avoid violating Find-A-Grave guidelines. The website doesn’t allow living relatives to be … Continue reading

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Find-A-Grave and Copyright – Tombstone Tuesdays December 8, 2020

Standard Disclaimer:  I am not an attorney and any comments I post are not intended, nor should they be construed, as legal advice. If you need legal advice, please consult a legal expert who is familiar with the area of … Continue reading

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Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – December 7, 2020

I checked recently and saw new updates – Ancestry.com – Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry – December 7, 2020: https://www.ancestry.com/cs/recent-collections. Only including updates after December 4, 2020. New and Updated     NEW South Carolina, U.S., Births, 1915-1917 … Continue reading

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Congresswoman Eva Clayton: An American Story – NC MuseumofHistory YouTube

I saw this on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIDuIbp8_zY Direct link: Congresswoman Eva Clayton: An American Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIDuIbp8_zY (about 7:09 minutes long) 7,777th post.

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Lifecycle of a Power Plant Lump of Coal — Power Plant Men

The 43rd “Rest Of” Power Plant Post Originally posted August 16, 2013: Fifty Percent of our electricity is derived from coal. Did you ever wonder what has to take place for that to happen? I thought I would walk through … Continue reading

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