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The Scotiabank & Interac Debacle - Day 20

content discovered on Thursday, July 20, 2017

It's been nearly 24 hours since I sent in my formal complaint to Scotiabank and CC'ed the OBSI and Interac. Neither Scotiabank or Interac had the courtesy to acknowledge receipt of the email in the 22 hours since, but I know someone at least is looking into what I've publicly said previously.The reason I know it's being looked into is someone's case management system went through 22 pages of the blog yesterday. (Click for full size) read more »

Moving Right Along

content discovered on Friday, July 14, 2017 in uncategorized, art, art show, energy art

Photo by Me, Cheryl Larkin of My Art Work Time sure is flying by. I am now a few months into my move to Cottonwood and I am settling in very well. I have even gotten back into the swing of painting and doing all the things necessary to sell my art. I am not fond of the marketing and photographing and listing but they are important parts of the bigger picture, which is to eventually support myself with my Continue reading read more »

More Cars From the ACE Show

content discovered on Thursday, July 20, 2017

The 39th annual ACE Car Show brought out some true automotive gems such as this 1965 Pontiac GTO, a Chevy Impala, a customized Cadillac hearse, a Pontiac Fierra, a Cadillac Seville, a Mustang convertible, a 1996 Chevy convertible, and a Chevelle Super Sport. read more »

German Genealogical Research in South Africa

content discovered on Wednesday, July 19, 2017

German Genealogical Research in South Africa:This page is to help you in doing specifically German genealogical research in South Africa. Obviously the general directions are the same as for all other South Africans, but there are a few extra sources, which are to be discussed here. To start you off have a look at these pages: Germans in South Africa A list of early German immigrants to the Cape 1652-1806 A list of German surnames in South Africa A list of Berlin Missionaries in South Africa A list of He... read more »

This New Payment Option Changed the Way Filipin...

content discovered on Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Press Release One year after TravelBook.ph launched their exclusive and most convenient payment option, Filipinos had travelled further—and farther. TravelBook.ph exclusively offers Pay-At-Hotel, No Credit Card Needed, an innovative payment method that allows travelers to secure a room in advance without having to provide credit card details or make initial deposits to banks or payment centers. Since its launch last May 2016, thousands of Filipino travelers have been able to skip initial transactio... read more »

Grief and Mourning

content discovered on Sunday, July 16, 2017 in family, general sharing, barbara gatewood, being widowed, grief, marriage, missing her, mourning, moving on

Grief is what you feel when you lose a loved one. Mourning is how you express those feelings. I read that in a book last year and it stuck with me. I leave it to you, the readers, to decide Continue reading read more »

Saxon Ladies Warm Up Jodphurs

content discovered on Tuesday, July 18, 2017

I bought these jodhpurs some time ago in anticipation of taking back the reins. I did, eventually, but it wasn't until a year later. Hence why this review is quite late.Horse funds are tight so I was looking for affordable jodhpurs that would last and look smart. Unfortunately, these did not turn out to be them. Yes, they were a good price:£15.95 - £21.08 but that was as far as it went.I've only had about 8 or 9 lessons since I re-started riding, so they've not had much use at all. Every horse rider know... read more »

We took down our tree, video. June, 2016

content discovered on Wednesday, July 12, 2017

This huge tree grew split tree ways very close to our house. The experts has had a pretty good idea that it probably started to rotten at the splits as the rain waters usually gets collected at places like that. Raccoons lived there, so that alone was a reliable sign that the tree was hollow. Nobody could tell how much of it was hollow, but that did not matter. If it was hollow just where it had a split, then half a tree could possibly fall on the house during some storm. The tree needed to go. Bye-bye ... read more »

Excited About Guest Post for #TeaAndWord Tuesday

content discovered on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 in creative nonfiction

I am so thrilled to announce that I am a guest poster at Meghan Weyerbacher Writes linkup this week. I hope you can visit and read my post entitled:  Dear Writers: How Discipline Moves You Forward When Inspiration Goes On Vacation. My guest post is a free verse narrative poem in ways. I explore how [] read more »

Battery Point - Star

content discovered on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 in battery point, chula vista, indie pop, shoegaze

Battery Point is a four piece Indie Pop/Shoegaze band from Chula Vista, California. Battery Point has a lovely sound that echoes those beloved Indie pop/ Shoegaze bands such as: Aislers Set, Manorlady, and the legendary band My Bloody Valentine. Check out Battery Point latest release, "Wish", it will make you say to yourself or some one who might see you on the street, "I hope this band puts out more music." Battery Point Jessica Severns - VocalsSergio Esparza - Vocals/BassRay Hamilton - GuitarAlex Mez... read more »




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