Category Archives: Blog Specific

Watch “300 Year Old Cemetery Abandoned in the Woods” on YouTube

 

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Castro County Texas Cemeteries — Access Genealogy

A complete listing of all available online Castro County Texas cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc. The post Castro County Texas Cemeteries appeared first on Access Genealogy. via Castro County Texas Cemeteries — … Continue reading

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Update on My Great Cycle Challenge June 12, 2019

#ad Disclaimer: I am participating in the Great Cycle Challenge 2019 to raise awareness and support for Children’s Cancer research. Latest update, today only donations are being matched up to $900,000. I decided to sponsor myself, but connection issues made … Continue reading

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HearUSA — susiesopinions

My husband will say that he has perfect hearing, but I am finding I have to repeat myself, or turn the television down sometimes, for him to hear. We had a letter addressed to him, for a free hearing test, … Continue reading

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Does Your Hobbying Eye Ever Wander? — Battles in Middle Earth

I’ve thought about writing this before because truthfully I’ve been a bit unfaithful to LOTRSBG/HobbitSBG/MESBG despite being madly in love with it in 2019. Once I started playing Escape From Goblin Town scenarios, I fell in love with the wargaming … Continue reading

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Should You Plot Or Not? — Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author & Book Blogger

via Should You Plot Or Not? — Where Genres Collide Traci Kenworth YA Author & Book Blogger. There are a few views on plotting vs. non-plotting. My take is do what works for you. If you need to plot, then … Continue reading

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Unseen signs — Jen’s life

When I think back about my childhood I come to realize that I showed a lot of signs of depression, I didn’t understand what I was doing was for a reason. I understand now that maybe what I was doing … Continue reading

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When You are Bipolar Creating a Support Team is Important… — Kathy’s Journey

This Mental Illness website has so much great information nami.org (National Alliance on Mental Health) Having a good team of a doctor,nurse practitioner a therapist and good friends and family is helping me to cope with being Bipolar. I am … Continue reading

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How to Conquer Stress in College — Old Soul + Young Heart

Life in general is already a roller coaster of stress, and then you add college to the mix, and stress begins to skyrocket. Between papers, projects, and exams and tests to study for, it can be overwhelming at times, but … Continue reading

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Fear Not Public Speaking: New Report – 23andMe June 11, 2019

I saw this on 23andMe’s blog this afternoon – Fear Not Public Speaking: New Report: https://blog.23andme.com/health-traits/fear-not-public-speaking/. This trait may only be available if you tested with the latest chip (v5). I know it’s not available for v3 chip testers like … Continue reading

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