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How many ways can you WordPress? — Mental Health @ Home

Let me start off by saying I don’t entirely know what I’m talking about here, so I may get some things wrong. Oh well, such is life. WordPress is WordPress is WordPress, right? Well, no. There’s actually a very big … Continue reading

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Fathers Day — A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent.

It was Fathers Day in the UK yesterday. Even in Yorkshire. Let’s give a shout out to the Dads. Yes we are in most cases crap at multitasking, dammed annoying, often in the way but we are sometimes useful….. In … Continue reading

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My Geocaching Journey Begins… — tallcardsfan

Thanks for joining me! I would like to read a blog of your logs. -bdg006 I second this! -catherinebatherine The beginning… I started geocaching after discovering it while wandering through Reddit. Love the idea of discovering secret treasure often hidden … Continue reading

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Fort Custer National Cemetery — Grandma’s Ramblings

My husband and I visited the Fort Custer National Cemetery today. We were impressed by the entrance to the cemetery. All along the main road were rows and rows of flags. This Avenue of Flags was dedicated May 26, 1986. … Continue reading

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Knowing that You Have Extended Forgiveness — Matthew Winters (Honest Thoughts from a Pastor) – Forgiveness Sundays June 16, 2019

Tonight, I received a call from a man who called me pastor for almost a year. This man has been a blog topic before and a major source of encouragement. In the conversation, he mentioned a man in the church … Continue reading

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Expecto Patreon-um! — Lach in the Crease

Hey everyone! Today I’m doing a small update to announce some big news; I’ve officially launched a brand new Patreon page for my website! Ooo, a Patreon. Howwww original. I know, I know. It’s not exactly a revolutionary idea, but … Continue reading

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DNA Testing the Recently Deceased — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

No one really want to think about this, but it happens. You’ve always meant to DNA test someone, and they’ve agreed, but either you didn’t order the kit, or the kit is far away from where they passed away. What … Continue reading

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Forgotten National Monuments — From The Darkness Into The Light

U.S. National Monuments are natural and man-made sights that have been preserved and protected for their cultural, historical and scientific relevance. The title can be granted to anything from a coral reef to a civil war fortress and prehistoric pueblo. … Continue reading

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George Byers Jr, USMC and Army — ARISE! LET US BE GOING!

I mentioned that I got a treasure trove of stuff about dad the other day, and this after Mark Meadows and Beverly Elliott were able to get the list of medals and the medals themselves (which I had been unable … Continue reading

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Love and Benches — Mitch Teemley

What is it about love and public benches? (Click on any image to enlarge it) “If I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk through my garden forever.” ~Alfred Lord Tennyson “If I speak … Continue reading

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