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Eileen Thugi Eileen Thugi's blog:

Flourish

Fruitful in spite of circumstances.

11 You will show me the path of life. In Your Presence is fullness of joy; at Your right hand are pleasures forevermore (Psalm 16).

After a trying time, we may not know how to pick up the threads. Somehow, we have to move on. We can take the lessons w

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Published on March 06, 2021 12:46
C.L. Peache C.L. Peache's blog:

Creative Studios in Newark-on-Trent

I’m extremely excited to finally share the news about one of my new ventures. A little back story if I may…

So, back in the dreaded year which shall not be named, I embarked on a new venture. You don’t need to tell me about trying to set up a new business in a pandemic – I really don’t recommend it.

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Published on March 06, 2021 07:53
Kathryn Ann Kingsley Kathryn Ann Kingsley's blog:

Mask of Poison: Now “Live!”

Get your copy of Mask of Poison now!

Live on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited!

Darkness has come to consume the world, and only Ember knows the true depths of its horror.

As a hunter, Ember’s life was spent saving humanity from the flesh-starved corpses eager to devour them. Then, a fresh evil clawed its wa

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Published on March 07, 2021 03:56
Jason Liegois Jason Liegois's blog:

Writing Journal 3.6.2021: Consistent but slower

I’m making this another quick one.

It feels like this year is sucking a lot of the brainpower from my head, especially the school year. I don’t think anyone who hasn’t been a full-time teacher somewhere in the public K-12 system really understands how much of a mental marathon a school year is under

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Published on March 06, 2021 10:00
Kathryn Rossati Kathryn Rossati's blog:

#52weeksofnaturepoetry Week 19 – Revival

You’d be forgiven for thinking it’s a sculpture,

each groove and knot moulded by careful hands,

texturising bark and smoothing nodes.

A representation of life, but not life itself.

But the truth is, not so long ago,

it would have danced with the wind,

green baubles flapping freely while

its long arms waved

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Published on March 07, 2021 05:41
Audrey  Frank Audrey Frank's blog:

Light in the Darkness

a candle glowing in darkness describing the subject of the post.

Walking in the dark night of Africa is risky. The black mamba, one of the world’s deadliest snakes, can completely camouflage himself within the inky darkness. He is one of the few snakes which are active at night and particularly loves wood or metal that has absorbed the heat of the day. 

We enc

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Published on March 06, 2021 22:00
Steven D'Adamo Steven D'Adamo's blog:

Haiku Sunday – Share

“Share” Sharing in their size, learning to share toys and hugs. They’ll be friends, we hope. Steve D
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Published on March 07, 2021 05:00
Jason H. Abbott Jason H. Abbott's blog:

“Anxious”: A SciFanSat Microfiction Compilation


Her tag shone on her suit but she was #anxiuos. She’d been having nightmares. Then it happened, comet collision. Their brand new home up in flames, all survived except her. All she could do was float, a ghost in space wishing she’d never left Earth. #vss365#SciFanSat

— FizzyV20.21 (@Fizzytwizler
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Published on March 07, 2021 05:26
Shabbir Bhimani Shabbir Bhimani's blog:

5 Key Learnings for me From Warren Buffett’s 2020 Letter to Its Shareholder

No matter how much you have read about Warren Buffett, there is so much to learn from everything he has to say or write in his shareholder’s letter, and the letter of 2020 is no different.

You can check out all the shareholder’s letter here, and the 2020 letter to its shareholder is available here.

Hi

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Published on March 06, 2021 21:09
Earl Chinnici Earl Chinnici's blog:

Hear

The #CleanWIP theme for March 7, 2021 is HEAR. [More info]

Photo by Mabel Ambel

Earl Chinnici ~
He was flapping his jaws like a chicken flaps its wings when it is chased, carrying on about how one of the managers treated him badly and he didn’t deserve to be treated that way.
The constant

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Published on March 06, 2021 21:02
M. Ward Leon M. Ward Leon's blog:

Revenge Is Sweet!

Hey kids,

Coming soon is number two in the four book series of Blood of the Beast. In Revenge of the Beast our band of eco-warriors from Le Gang da la Clé de Singe reunite to do battle with the Worldwide Affiliates of Safari Partners (W.A.S.P.) in a winner take all deathmatch on the island of Fiji’s

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Published on March 06, 2021 13:26
Nico Stanitzok Nico Stanitzok's blog:

Sojasoße selber machen – Fermentieren mit Koji

Diese Aromen hast du noch nie geschmeckt. Selber gemachte Sojasoße schmeckt wie aus einer anderen Welt.
Es ist schon erstaunlich, wie aus Sojabohnen, Weizen, Salz, Wasser und Aspergillus Oryzae die japanische Sojasoße "Shoyu" wird.

Der Beitrag Sojasoße selber machen – Fermentieren mit Koji erschien z

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Published on March 06, 2021 17:41
M.H. Thaung M.H. Thaung's blog:

Confrontation

I’m still trying to get my head round the fact I have a week’s holiday coming up 🙂 I have close to zero commitments (apart from a lecture…), so in theory it should be plenty of writing time. Fingers crossed for a productive week!

Though admittedly, I haven’t done any creative writing today. Instead, I

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Published on March 06, 2021 15:04
Lavinia Dasani Lavinia Dasani's blog:

Why Don’t You Listen |Book Reading| Snow Blind Chapter 14

Catch the new chapter of Snow Blind here . . . Premiering Tonight at 8 pm (PDT) An innocent woman […]
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Published on March 06, 2021 10:00
Dr Barry Julius Dr Barry Julius's blog:

Top Ten Reasons To Be An Urban Radiologist! (From A Suburbanite!)

Last week I gave you all a top ten list for becoming a rural radiologist. But, I have received a few complaints from my urban colleagues that believe they have been shortchanged. Despite all the advantages of rural radiology, there are still some significant advantages for urban radiologists. Today,

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Published on March 06, 2021 18:09
Noelle Holten Noelle Holten's blog:

CATCH A KILLER OR FRAME A SUSPECT… #FoulPlay #FaceCrime #Review @foulplaygamers @afterdarkmurder @nholten40 @sbairden

This is not a typical review – no book involved – but still crime! That’s right – there was a murder and it was up to my #partnerincrime Sharon Bairden and I to put our murderous minds and sleuthing skills to good use and play against each other to solve the crime in FOUL PLAY: The Murder Mystery Ca Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2021 10:31
Ritu Bhathal Ritu Bhathal's blog:

Spidey’s Serene Sunday – Part 313 – After The Storm

“If you want to see the sunshine, you have to weather the storm.” Frank Lane Gee, thanks, Spidey, for reminding us of this particular storm we are weathering! But, still, the quote is right in that we hvae had to weather quite aa storm, and the sun does indeed appear to be breaking through the […]
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Published on March 06, 2021 21:00
Jon Edward Fugler Jon Edward Fugler's blog:

Join me inside!

I've got some exciting news! I've been dying to tell you about it. So here we are on Saturday morning, and it's time for the announcement.
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Published on March 06, 2021 08:26
Diann Logan Diann Logan's blog:

Maybe Vitamin B Would Help

I read an article in the newspaper this morning that really lifted my spirits.  Numerous women were interviewed, all of them detailing harrowing tales of widening parts, hair missing at their temples, bald spots all over the backs of their heads.  I’m so happy about this.  No, wait . . . that sounds

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Published on March 06, 2021 11:03
Priyanka   Agarwal Priyanka Agarwal's blog:

#SwipeFiles: 15 things I don’t want brands to tell me on Women’s Day

To all those brands who bombard us with these messages on and around 8 March, here’s what I have to say to them

#SwipeFiles: 15 things I don’t want brands to tell me on Women’s Day

Background image: Amy Tran | Unsplash

I’m not sure whether I’m supposed to look forward to International Women’s Day or dread it. It’s a powerful, historic o

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Published on March 07, 2021 04:32
Gregory   Thomas Gregory Thomas's blog:

I will not give up on my dreams.

I will not give up on my dreams.

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Published on March 06, 2021 12:14
Heather  Greer Heather Greer's blog:

What I’m Reading: The Fifth Avenue Story Society

Everyone has a story. From the time we’re little, we think about what future chapters of our story will be like. Remember the game M*A*S*H? No, not the television show, though I’m a fan of that too. The game.

I believe the letters stood for Mansion, Apartment, Shack, and House. In addition to those

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Published on March 06, 2021 17:35
Richard  Bernard Richard Bernard's blog:

New Gospel Library Features

The Gospel Library has recently been updated to version 5.12.0 and offers six new features. Five of the features are for the iPhone and iPad. One additional feature is only for the iPad.

Doctrine & Covenants Study Plan

A study plan can be created to aid with the current Come, Follow Me curriculum by t

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Published on March 06, 2021 18:02
David Jesson David Jesson's blog:

#FlashFiction Prompt: The Villain of the Piece

Take any story that grabs your fancy and retell it (in a humorous way) from the perspective of the Villain. Word count: If you can do it in 500 words, fantastic, if you need 2000 words and you’ve got the time, go for it.Deadline: 8am GMT on Sunday 14th March 2021 Don’t forgot, if you … Continue read Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 00:00
Emiliano Carrasco Emiliano Carrasco's blog:

Sábado Variado 10 – Manimando

También en Odysee. ¡Más animación en Krita! Es un software divertido, aunque tiene sus limitaciones, pero en general creo que es bastante poderoso y útil, sobre todo para ejercicios de esta naturaleza. Quiero animar más mis propias cosas (más gifs, quizás un cortometraje algún día)… de hecho olvidé Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2021 12:22
Stephanie Van Orman Stephanie Van Orman's blog:

What's New and Exciting


Over the past six months or so I've been offered three publishing deals with android apps that host novels.  

I'd rather not say the names of the apps I rejected, so I'll leave that blank.  The first one I rejected because the contract was so bad, it was unredeemable.  If you do a google search f

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Published on March 06, 2021 14:58
Stephanie Laska Stephanie Laska's blog:

Surprising Low Carb Desserts for Every Craving! Easy Dirty Keto Dessert Recipes #10, S.3

Guaranteed to satisfy, today we’ll share 7 low carb dessert craving ideas for the dirty keto or lazy keto diet. Some of these keto desserts might even surprise you! Stay tuned for show/tell + even live taste testing on camera. No matter what kind of sweet tooth you have, after watching today’s best

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Published on March 06, 2021 15:19
Andrea Zanotti Andrea Zanotti's blog:

Recensione: Re Rosso di Roberto Saguatti [Rating 7,5] - recensione a cura di Andrea Zanotti

 


Link Acquisto Amazon

Titolo: Re Rosso
Autore: Roberto Saguatti
Editore: Plesio Editore
Genere: Librogame fantasy
Rating: 7,5
Sinossi:
Sei il Re Rosso, il gatto del signore del castello, ma stai per affrontare la giornata più avventurosa della tua vita e solo le tue scelte potranno salvarti. Un Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 00:22
K.C.  Avalon K.C. Avalon's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Sun Mar 07 2021

Your trial has expired. Please update your subscription plan at rss.app. - (bdP6ozsOL9U7HU81)
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Published on March 07, 2021 05:58
Brandy Ackerley Brandy Ackerley's blog:

Name Redacted

Sorry for the delay everyone! 

I have been super busy getting everything ready for the Youtube show I've been planning. I have been working on finding the right technology to run the avatar, which also required finding myself a recording program that wasn't attached to anything else. That said, I am

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Published on March 07, 2021 04:16
C. Cengiz Çevik C. Cengiz Çevik's blog:

Elea Okulu Üzerine Bir Röportaj

Merhaba değerli dostlar Pharmakon felsefe dergisinin 2021 tarihli 7. sayısında benimle Elea okulu üzerine yapılan bir röportaj bulunmaktadır.
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Published on March 07, 2021 05:01
Jolene Polyack Jolene Polyack's blog:

A Renaissance Man

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the definition of ‘Renaissance Man’ is a person with many talents or areas of knowledge.   There was a Renaissance Man right under my nose for 35 years and I didn’t even know it.  Frank Wallace Goeddel married my mother and conseq Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2021 08:32
L.H.  Johnson L.H. Johnson's blog:

Where Happiness Begins by Eva Eland

Where Happiness Begins by Eva Eland My rating: 4 of 5 stars Oh this is nice. Eland’s carving herself something of a delightful and rather elegant niche here, discussing complex and often challenging emotions with a lightness of touch and a beautifully wistful style. Having previously looked at sadne Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2021 09:20
Sunshine Richards Sunshine Richards's blog:

Holiday Lake 50k Virtual

It has been almost a year since I ran my last ultra.

I have not been maintaining my fitness since then.

My body is very clear on this point.

But GJB and I want our Holiday Lake hats. So we needed to get our virtual run in.

And we could’ve done the actual course. With, like, 2,500 feet of elevation gain.

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Published on March 07, 2021 04:46
Belinda Roddie Belinda Roddie's blog:

Saturday's Storyteller: Cozy The Blanket Ghost

Cozy The Blanket Ghost
by Belinda Roddie

We found out about Cozy thanks to our Aunt Savannah - a strict-nosed, pince-nez wearing, sweet tea drinking old soul who loved all things supernatural. She had stayed in our guest bedroom one night and swore up and down the next morning that the blue throw blan

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Published on March 06, 2021 23:52
Elena  Taylor Elena Taylor's blog:

The Turncoat’s Widow by Mally Becker

The Turncoat’s Widow by Mally Becker

Interview + Excerpt of The Turncoat’s Widow + Book & Author Info + Rafflecopter Giveaway The Turncoat’s Widow

The Turncoat's WidowRecently widowed, Rebecca Parcell is too busy struggling to maintain her farm in Morristown to care who wins the War for Independence. But rumors are sp

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Published on March 07, 2021 00:01
Leandro Guimarães Faria Corcete Dutra Leandro Guimarães Faria Corcete Dutra's blog:

Review: Shaping a Digital World: Faith, Culture and Computer Technology

Shaping a Digital World: Faith, Culture and Computer Technology Shaping a Digital World: Faith, Culture and Computer Technology by Derek C. Schuurman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ðe following review I wrote while annoyed by unruly fellow airplan passengers leavin þeir small children use noisy electronic toys, so I may have lacked long-suffering.

It is quite grav Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 28, 2020 10:58
Katherine Lowry Logan Katherine Lowry Logan's blog:

The Sunstone Brooch (Celtic Brooch Series Book 11) Chapters 1, 2, & 3

Chapter 1: Cleveland, OH (2 years ago)—Austin Austin O’Grady woke up to the morning sun hovering over Lake Erie. The view from his contemporary waterfront home was spectacular. He’d found the gated community in Bratenahl, Ohio when he signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers and purchased the five-millio Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 11, 2020 10:17
Abigail Kay Harris Abigail Kay Harris's blog:

Scripture Sunday: Psalm 20:6-8

Now know I that the Lord saveth his anointed; he will hear him from his holy heaven with the saving strength of his right hand. Some trust in chariots, and some in horses: but we will remember the name of the Lord our God. They are brought down and fallen: but we are risen, and stand upright.

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Published on March 07, 2021 05:00
Hûw Steer Hûw Steer's blog:

Lockdown: Tokyo Drift #7 – Rambling About Books

Slowly but surely, I’ve been working my way through the many books I bought/was given around my birthday and Christmas. (As well as Carried Away, which I have almost finished, honest, Ethan). It’s been a slow process, because new books keep coming out, people kept giving me more, and the lack of com

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Published on March 07, 2021 05:49
Melissa  Caudle Melissa Caudle's blog:

All About Trains: Lots & Lots of Learning Fun

 

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All About Trains: Lots & Lots of Learning Fun Paperback – April 24, 2018by Tom DeMichael (Author)

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If anyone you know is fascinated by trains, then this is the perfect book to introduce them to the subject of trains and railroad transportation. You’ll joi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 06, 2021 11:48
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