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J.D. Combs J.D. Combs's blog:

Permission granted.

Dear Darlings,

I told you the story of my favorite Christmas gifts I was given this past holiday. So far I have permission to share two of the letters with you (I haven’t asked the other three yet). I will share their stories with you for no other reason than to have their documentation of our lives

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Published on March 01, 2021 07:38
T.R. Johnson T.R. Johnson's blog:

The Number Eight, The Snippets Network & You!

The Number Eight, The Snippets Network & You!

Posted by TR Johnson on June 27, 2014 at 8:00 AM 

1) The Snippets Network TSN evolved when eight women likened to Angels came to the rescue.

2) Eight snippets serve as TSN‘s voice mushrooming into many affirming ways.

3) The number eight represen

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Published on June 27, 2014 05:56
Robert Kingett Robert Kingett's blog:

Why Off the Grid is Free

When I was in my early twenties, I accepted a challenge to live as a Blind man without using internet, at all, for one month. I was to write down my thoughts and experiences.

I kept a journal for that month and called it Off the Grid. I packaged everything up into some kind of order from beginning to

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Published on March 01, 2021 15:07
Laine Cunningham Laine Cunningham's blog:

Open Call for Art and Creative Writing Up to 49,000 Words

Sunspot Literary Journal offers an Editor’s Prize of $50 for the annual edition, and pays for artwork selected for a cover. Now open for flash, stories, essays and memoir. Literary and genre welcome. Length up to 49,000 words. Poetry can be up to 1,250 lines. Translations welcome. Open: March 1, 202 Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 01, 2021 12:26
Suzanne Roynon Suzanne Roynon's blog:

Spooky

Have you ever visited a place which just makes the hairs go up on the back of your neck so much you never want to go there again?



That’s precisely the feeling this weekend when the crowds of people out enjoying the sunshine sent me off in a new direction – along a local path I had never walked before Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2021 02:28
Ariesadhar Ariesadhar's blog:

Segari, Solusi Bapak-Bapak yang Susah Membedakan Lengkuas dan Jahe!

Segari, beli Sayur Online dengan kesegaran karena mengutamakan 15 jam dari panen ke rumah. Beroperasi di Jakarta dan Tangerang Selatan.
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Published on March 01, 2021 21:12
Christy Birmingham Christy Birmingham's blog:

4 game day recipes to make in spring

Four fun recipes to make for the friends or family who are in your bubble this spring to enjoy during the match. Bring on game day recipes!

4 game day recipes to make in spring appeared first on When Women Inspire

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Published on March 01, 2021 17:02
MaryAnn Diorio MaryAnn Diorio's blog:

Unless You Become like Little Children . . .

by Dr. MaryAnn Diorio

WINNING WITH THE WORD

“Winning with the Word” is a weekly blog that will help you to be a winner in life by applying God’s principles for living the abundant life as found in the Bible, God’s manual for life.

AN INVITATION TO YOU:

To subscribe to this blog, click

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Published on March 01, 2021 03:00
Kayla Lords Kayla Lords's blog:

Where in the (Virtual) World I’ve Been

Image via Giphy When I first considered writing this post, I heard only one thing in my head: the Carmen Sandiego theme song (the original one). Not because I’ve gone anywhere (hellooooo, the plague is outside – and we’ve determined I’m an indoor cat even in the best of times) but because I feel lik

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Published on March 01, 2021 10:19
Marina Gorbis Marina Gorbis's blog:

The Problem with Always Being the Problem Solver

A rising executive must learn how to adapt his problem-solving mindset to lead more effectively.




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Published on March 01, 2021 08:48
June Winton June Winton's blog:

FRIDAY 13TH AND A FULL MOON??!!

My new forum friend, Angela Kulig, is having a booksale today, Friday 13th, on http://www.angelakulig.com

As my book, The Golden Horn, is suitably scary enough I’ve put it up for free on there.  I am halfway through a sequel, The Silver Bell, which I am trying to get finished by Midsummer Night, June

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Published on June 12, 2014 22:19
Emily Bazelon Emily Bazelon's blog:

Why This Time Is Different for Andrew Cuomo

The sexual harassment allegations could do what the nursing home scandal couldn't.
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Published on March 01, 2021 21:42
Sean Grigsby Sean Grigsby's blog:

FLAME RIDERS Final Cover Flat.

The final cover flat for FLAME RIDERS is out!

"Resplendent with action and adventure...a series finale as fun as it is satisfying." - Publishers Weekly

releasing June 22nd worldwide

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Published on March 01, 2021 09:57
Eliza S Robinson Eliza S Robinson's blog:

The Language of Loneliness

I never realised the word ‘tired’ is in the past tense, until I started learning Russian. There’s a Russian saying Я устала как собака (YA ustala kak sabaka). In English, “I’m as tired as a dog”. I remember staring at the suffix “ла” trying to figure out what I’d done wrong when conjugating the word

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Published on March 01, 2021 14:54
Shep Hyken Shep Hyken's blog:

5 Top Customer Service Articles For the Week of March 1, 2021

Each week I read a number of customer service and customer experience articles from various resources. Here are my top five picks from last week. I have added my comment about each article and would like to hear what you think too.

Three Common and Enormous Mistakes Companies Make with Customer Ex

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Published on March 01, 2021 03:30
Danny   Brown Danny Brown's blog:

John Adams on Changing the Conversation Around Dads in the Media

This week, I sit down with John Adams, host of DadPodUK, a fatherhood and family life podcast that shares the different, unique experiences of fatherhood.

John’s podcast comes from being a stay-at-home dad for 10 years, and the conversations he’s had with other dads around the various challenges they

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Published on February 25, 2021 06:26
Pablo Zweig Pablo Zweig's blog:

Trop gaté. Cuento para la revista Histoires pour les Petits.


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Published on May 13, 2020 06:57
R.J. Crayton R.J. Crayton's blog:

Pushing through the pandemic

It’s been almost a year since the pandemic closures began here in the U.S. It’s frustrating to see countries like China and Australia to have gotten through the worst and be on the other side, while this country still suffers.

It’s tiring and it makes you feel weary. But, we have to push through. For

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Published on March 01, 2021 06:00
Jenny Bowen Jenny Bowen's blog:

OneSky teachers’ act of kindness makes national headlines in Vietnam

A heartwarming act of kindness by teachers, which recognized the pressures on factory working parents, has been highlighted by Vietnam’s state media.

Despite schools in Da Nang having already started Lunar New Year break, OneSky’s Early Learning Center (ELC) stayed open until all parents had finished

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Published on March 01, 2021 06:28
Henry Porada Henry Porada's blog:

DOWN MEMORY LANE

 


I call out your name when I walk inside the door.

I never hear your voice, I don't hear it anymore.

It's six years I loved you and I love you still

My heart is empty, no one else can fill.

I take another walk, down memory lane.

You may be gone, but those times will remain..

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Published on March 02, 2021 02:06
Damian Trasler Damian Trasler's blog:

Project 150 February round up

I didn’t want to do two Project 150 blog entries in a row, but the book review post I was going to do has slipped because I’m enjoying the book so much. Maybe next week?

So, a long time ago, when I was looking at other blogs regularly to try and boost my readership (and therefore my sales), I found a

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Published on March 01, 2021 12:26
Mark Louis Rybczyk Mark Louis Rybczyk's blog:

Katherine Stinson and The Stinson Flying School

A Woman’s Place is in the Sky

The Amazing True Tale of an Aviation Pioneer


   The early days of aviation were a most exciting time. The few who dared to enter a flying machine were among the era's most popular celebrities. Most of the pilots in the early days were men. Few believed tha

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Published on March 01, 2021 13:40
Dean Haspiel Dean Haspiel's blog:

WILL EISNER’S NEW YORK: The City in the Master’s Work



March 2, 2021, 7pm EST

WILL EISNER’S NEW YORK: The City in the Master’s Work

From the Golden Age of Comics through the modern graphic novel (a form he was instrumental in popularizing), you will find New York City at the heart of Will Eisner’s work. Whether thinly disguised as “Central City” in the pa Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 01, 2021 17:19
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