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Happy Chinese New Year, Everyone! — MiddleMe

I have scheduled this post so that when you are reading this, I and my little family are on the road driving towards Singapore. Chinese New Year is a huge festival where my parents will never forgive me (okay, I’m … Continue reading

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The Adoption Witness: PSA; Pressman-Rejected Jewish Emigrants. Miscategorized. Misspelled. — MarileeWein.com

NAME: Pressman or Pressneau This is for descendants of the couple, Samuel and Sarah Pressman / Pressneau, born in Russia about 1894 and 1900, respectively. They are not our ancestors, however we stumbled upon their data when researching ours. It … Continue reading

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Dazing gazing — clarrouge

How do I look at those I like? Honestly? With suspicion. Or I don’t look at all if the sympathy is really serious and is not limited to the aesthetic admiring of the subject of sighing. And all because the … Continue reading

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The Disabled Diva’s Tips and Tricks for Visiting Disneyland with Chronic Back Pain — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Visiting Disneyland with chronic back pain without increasing it can be done if you follow a few self-care rules and plan ahead. The post The Disabled Diva’s Tips and Tricks for Visiting Disneyland with Chronic Back Pain appeared first on … Continue reading

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People of the stars. — Middle-earth Reflections

Stars have been a vital part of the Elves’ lives since the Firstborn awoke near Cuiviénen under the starlight. It was their doom appointed by Eru Ilúvatar, so being the first thing the newly awoken race saw, the stars cannot … Continue reading

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A Daughter of Gears and a Rabbicorn in Second Life — Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

Currently open – for a while longer at least – within her home region of Immersiva, is Bryn Oh’s three-part tale of a mechanical girl and a rabbicorn (part rabbit, part unicorn, all mechanical). It’s a complex, multi-faceted story rich … Continue reading

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My Take on Indie Authorship — Cristian Mihai

Originally posted on Image(s): Are unpublished writers necessarily artists in the ideal sense?? Or might their speculative efforts also serve a practical purpose by promoting their very survival?? Words, like other symbolic toolsets, allow people to understand their environment just … Continue reading

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Early Transporter Accidents Were Nasty — Gerry O’Brien Photography

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100+ Self-Care Sunday Activities and Ideas — Self-Care Overload

100+ Activities and Ideas for Self-Care Sunday. Let’s talk self-care. I have a ton of posts floating around on this site about self-care and there are tons of other bloggers who talk about self-care as well. For more posts on … Continue reading

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NWS Warns of Falling Iguanas from the Sky — Weather Channel – Weirdness Wednesdays January 22, 2020

I originally had a different Weirdness Wednesdays post for today, but late last night, I saw the National Weather Service (NWS) issued a warning about iguanas falling from the sky. I saw it listed several places, including the Weather Channel … Continue reading

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