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Book review: The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me, ...

content discovered on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 in book reviews

“The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me”is a delightful book about a young boy named Billy who meets three amazing animals, a giraffe, a monkey and a pelican and together they get up to some thrilling adventures. Billy often stood outside a queer, old building and wondered about its past and the shops it used to hold. One day strange things begin to happen inside the building. Billy then meets the Giraffe, Pelly and the Monkey who were the new owners. They were no ordinary animals and had started theLadderles... read more »

Sprout To Be Brussels

content discovered on Tuesday, September 19, 2017

WELCOME TO BELGIUM! Don't let Megan's face fool you? She and I loved Belgium and had a wonderful time. Here's our obligatory selfie at the Manneken-Pis statue ( Before we arrived Megan said, "I have no interest in seeing that peeing statue." Ironically, it was the first sight we saw in Belgium from the train station, it was right by our hotel, and we saw it multiple times a day. This day, he was dressed in some kind of Columbian attire, I believe. He has over 900 co... read more »

And another politician bites the dust

content discovered on Monday, September 18, 2017

Typically, when I read the newspaper, I skip right to the comics section because they're (mostly) funny and free from political deceit. Then there was the front page story about Ref Rodriguez that caught my eye (and prevented my reading of the comics).Seems Ref (yeah, that's his real name and he's not even a referee) had been arrested and charged with three felony counts of conspiracy, perjury and procuring and offering a false or forged instrument not to mention the other 25 misdemeanor counts of assume... read more »

Day Two From the Mustang Show

content discovered on Tuesday, September 19, 2017

The recent regional Mustang/Ford Club's all-Mustang show produced some spectacular versions of this iconic marquee. Here are some more to whet the whistle of every Mustang lover. read more »

Murder at the River Bend Retirement Resort by S...

content discovered on Monday, September 18, 2017

When a very disagreeable resident of the exclusive River Bend Retirement Resort is murdered, bestselling mystery writer Miriam Lipsky has to find the real killer to save her dear friend from prison. She finds the retirement home seethes with intrigue, passion, and jealousy. To make matters worse, it’s hard to distinguish what residents actually saw from what they imagined.Miriam finds she has to search for the killer while juggling an autistic grandson, a divorced daughter with a tendency to choose the w... read more »

Prevention: Keeping Your Brain Sharp in Old Age

content discovered on Monday, September 18, 2017

Although we’d all like to be happy and healthy for as long as possible, what’s the point if you’re not taking care of your brain? The signs of memory loss and a withering mind in a physically healthy elderly relative can be tough to witness - and it reminds us that the brain is also a muscle that should be exercised and attended to through all stages of life. Image Credit: Pexels Here is a handful of the best brain-boosting tips for elderly, helping them to stay sharp and focused for as long as possib... read more »

List of Best Weight Loss Foods - Part 13

content discovered on Saturday, September 16, 2017

Old Fashioned Oatmeal Do you eat oatmeal for breakfast? If you do, that's great. But some oatmeal brands are better than others. If you buy those single serving packets that come in flavors like maple syrup or apple cinnamon, then you might want to think twice. Those packets are often loaded with sugar. Instead, look below those fancy packets in the grocery store and you'll usually findold fashioned rolled oatson the bottom shelves. Look for the cardboard canister - the same one your grandma used to ... read more »

The One Google Search Trick Every Genealogist N...

content discovered on Saturday, September 16, 2017

The One Google Search Trick Every Genealogist Needs to Know Now: We’re talking about Advanced Search – and switching over to it will change the way you use Google forever. Many people are unaware that Google even provides an advanced search form, one that goes well beyond what the standard search box is designed for. This advanced search will allow you to use most of the tricks we mention in our Google search tricks for genealogy article, without having to remember the search operators. read more »


content discovered on Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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WW On A Tuesday – Tip Of The Week

content discovered on Monday, September 18, 2017 in wordless wednesday, cinema, fun, joke, linky, seats

bethere2day - WW On A Tuesday - Post an image and link up, this weeks post is - Tip Of The Week WW On A Tuesday Tip Of The Week read more »

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