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Marie Zhuikov Marie Zhuikov's blog:

Lullabye Lumber Camp, a Bedtime Story

Once upon a time on Outer Island in Lake Superior, a lumber company cut much of the remaining old growth hemlocks and other trees to make baby furniture. The lumberjacks lived in a camp near sandstone ledges on the shore. They used a railroad built by previous loggers through the middle of the i

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Published on September 27, 2021 14:19
Kevin Dangoor Kevin Dangoor's blog:

2021-09-20

Notes for the week of 2021-09-20

There’s a thread on HN about how bad Confluence search is. It’s been my experience that Confluence search has problems with relevance, and there are some good suggestions in the comments to help. I’m going to round them up here.

My own comment was about improving searc

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Published on September 20, 2021 01:00
Vinny O'Hare Vinny O'Hare's blog:

Obligations

About Obligations

Josh is getting ready to graduate high school when his life is changed forever. A car wreck takes Josh to the other side and back. After he walked through the valley of the shadow of darkness he was given an obligation by a mysterious man. Josh has to find and destro

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Published on September 27, 2021 09:00
Mark Graban Mark Graban's blog:

The Simple, Cheap Improvement I Made to My iPhone MagSafe Charger


When I first learned about “wireless” charging for devices like my iPhone, I was a skeptic. “How hard is it to connect a charging cable?,” I wondered. Then, I got a wireless charger as a conference freebie and I tried it. “Meh, I guess this is OK,” I decided and I started using it. It […]


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Published on September 27, 2021 06:40
David Gittlin David Gittlin's blog:

Kathy’s Song Eva Style

drizzle of the rain

Who doesn’t remember Simon and Garfunkle singing Kathy’s song? The answer is probably tons of people under the age of thirty, but who’s counting? The remarkable Paul Simon wrote Kathy’s Song. It was released in 1966 on the album Sounds of Silence. Along with the title tune, Kathy’s Song remains

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Published on September 27, 2021 10:08
Holly Lisle Holly Lisle's blog:

Bumped my Book 4 first-draft deadline back to Nov. 15

Numbers are a funny thing. They’re utterly irrelevant to the process of getting a good book, but they do act as an incentive to get your ass in the chair each morning and write.

However, toward the end of a project, it’s easy for small numbers to be too easily disrupted by a couple days where you

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Published on September 27, 2021 08:40
Olga Núñez Miret Olga Núñez Miret's blog:

#TuesdayBookBlog CENOTAPH by Rich Marcello (@marcellor) Recommended to those looking for beauty, depth, and meaning #RBRT

Hi all: I am pleased to bring you the new book by an author I discovered thanks to Rosie’s team, and one that always manages to make me pause and think. Cenotaphs by Rich Marcello  AFTER A CHANCE MEETING, AN OLD MAN AND A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN CHART AN UNCONVENTIONAL PATH FORWARD. When Ben Sanna, a cont Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 27, 2021 15:05
Alexa Land Alexa Land's blog:

Great review!

My new release, Tempted, just got the most amazing review, so I thought I'd share it. The review is on the Love Bytes page, and you can find it here if you'd like to check it out.




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Published on September 27, 2021 21:25
Nic  Taylor Nic Taylor's blog:

First Carbon Neutral Rugby Club

Front

The design is complete, the build costed and the funding package is nearly in place for the first carbon neutral rugby club anywhere. It has taken months of work but all willing we will be building phase one over the summer and should be open for the beginning of next season.

Sales of A P

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Published on March 21, 2013 06:29
JoMarie DeGioia JoMarie DeGioia's blog:

My wildlife adventures continue…

It seems that my wildlife adventures continue here in Florida. If you read my previous post, you know of my close encounter with the two snakes (please God, let it only be two snakes!) who live in my front yard. And tonight? It’s lizards.

Smug Lizard

Smug Lizard

I was in the garage, getting the trash ready fo

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Published on April 10, 2014 17:09
Jude Stringfellow Jude Stringfellow's blog:

Securities Information Exchange - - Here We Go!

 Many of you already know that I have my Securities Information Exchange license but not my Series 7 or 66.  I have decided to take the 7, 66, 6, and 63 Series tests before January 2022, just to have it under my belt. Being securities licensed will give me another (more obvious) advantage for when i

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Published on September 27, 2021 14:33
Ester Ashton Ester Ashton's blog:

Nuova uscita: Vorrei toccarti ancora

 Dal  21 giugno è online Vorrei toccarti ancora, seguito di La seduzione del proibito, su Amazon e Kindle Unlimited.

TRAMAVORREI TOCCARTI ANCORAIl destino è stato crudele con Jay Hunt.Il dolore per la sua perdita non gli dà pace.La colpa per non essere riuscito a impedirlo gli tormenta l’animo giorno Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 27, 2021 03:29
Sabrina Ricci Sabrina Ricci's blog:

An Interview With Robert Scott Thayer, Author of Kobee Manatee: Climate Change and The Great Blue Hole Hazard

Kobee Manatee and his seafaring pals, Tess the seahorse and Pablo the hermit crab are swimming from the Cayman Islands to Belize to help his cousin Quinn clean up plastic litter at her new, all-veggie underwater bistro called Quinn’s Seagrass Café. On their Caribbean journey, they enc

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Published on September 27, 2021 10:00
Milton Brasher-Cunningham Milton Brasher-Cunningham's blog:

first lines

I started playing with words others have written that have become inscribed on my life for one reason or another. It was a nice distraction as I prepare for my surgery on Tuesday and turned out to be fun as well. index of first lines I pulled into Nazareth was feeling ‘bout half past dead […]
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Published on September 27, 2021 18:46
K. Morris K. Morris's blog:

Young Women’s Feet

Young women’s feet
Kick autumn leaves.
Time deceives
Not. clocks
Do stop.
And once green leaves
Must turn to dust.

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Published on September 27, 2021 22:48
Paul Guildea Paul Guildea's blog:

Searching For Identity – Day 4

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Day 4

In the novel THE PEBBLE we find a girl caught in the headlights of life, desperately trying to figure out the shapes before her that form her identity. When a charming stranger unfurls his wings in a hotel room and opens her eyes to a whole new world Alex takes the invite willingly.

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Published on April 13, 2013 09:45
Darlene Schacht Darlene Schacht's blog:

FREE Bible Study – The Book of Ezra Week 2

Looking for the table of contents for this Bible Study? Click here

*** Important: Just a heads up to anyone who purchased a copy of the study guide. There was an error in the first print run. The reading assignment for week four should be Zechariah Chapter 3 NOT Zechariah Chapter 4. Sorry for any

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Published on September 27, 2021 21:14
Jonathan Ryan Jonathan Ryan's blog:

Things Keeping Us Going: Going to a Wedding Edition

  Last week I told you about how low I had been, and how a long drive and a visit with an old friend gave the Holy Spirit an opportunity to bless my socks off. I basked in the glow of that anointing all week long. My increasingly pessimistic soul is more than pleasantly surprised […]
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Published on September 27, 2021 16:44
Liesa Swejkoski Liesa Swejkoski's blog:

JUST GOOGLE IT !

     The word “Google,” is no longer just a noun. It is also, for the last couple decades, a verb. To “Google,” something is to look it up on the internet, even if you’re using an alternate search engine such as Bing, Firefox, Yahoo or many of the other alternatives.

     I belong to gardening group

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Published on September 27, 2021 17:31
Susan Horsnell Susan Horsnell's blog:

The Runaway’s Ruin

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By HELEN BRIGHT

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Published on September 28, 2021 01:46
Miss Mustard Seed Miss Mustard Seed's blog:

family room makeover | painted fireplace surround

I finally made some more progress on the basement family room makeover in the latter part of last week.  Jeff helped me hang the deer head and I finished painting the fireplace surround and mantle.  It didn’t look bad before, but it just didn’t look like “me.”  The shiny black granite tile specifica

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Published on September 27, 2021 07:56
Henry Homeyer Henry Homeyer's blog:

It’s Time to Prune Trees and Shrubs

By now your rhododendrons, lilacs and other spring bloomers have bloomed, and are ready to prune. By pruning now, you will not damage buds that will form later this summer and bloom next spring. This is also a good time to prune evergreens like pines and hemlocks if you are trying to control their s Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 27, 2021 08:10
Melissa Taylor Melissa Taylor's blog:

Haiku Poems for Kids

I love sharing haiku poems with children. How about you? The haiku is a type of poem that is short and accessible, appealing to most children. More than that, it is a poetic form that children can learn to write themselves. Do you know the definition of a haiku poem? It’s a traditional lyrical Japan

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Published on September 27, 2021 13:02
Kim M. Kimselius Kim M. Kimselius's blog:

Kimselius håller fysisk skrivarkurs Skriv om ditt liv för Studieförbundet Vuxenskolan

Kimselius håller fysisk skrivarkurs Skriv om ditt liv för Studieförbundet Vuxenskolan

Lördag 2 oktober håller jag fysisk skrivarkurs hos Studieförbundet Vuxenskolan i Karlskrona.

Så här skriver de på Studieförbundet Vuxenskolans hemsida om kursen:

Kim är en flitigt anlitad föreläsare och håller mån

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Published on September 27, 2021 21:00
Sparkle the Designer Cat Sparkle the Designer Cat's blog:

A Nice Therapy Cat Visit

Summer has a nice therapy cat visit at the big hospital.

I had a nice time at the big hospital on this therapy cat visit. On our way to Pediatrics, we ran into some staff members who were so happy to see me! And as soon as we got there, the first room with a window had a young teen girl whose face lit up the moment she saw me! So as soon as we had che

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Published on September 28, 2021 00:10
J.D. King J.D. King's blog:

RMN

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Published on September 28, 2021 01:23
Sarah Chorn Sarah Chorn's blog:

Review | Sundered Souls – Tim Hardie

About the Book

Led by Johan Jokellsward, the Brotherhood of the Eagle fights to free the land of Reavesburg from its occupiers the Vorund Clan and avenge the murder of their chief. Only Johan���s inner circle understand their true calling, sworn to defeat an old evil that has risen once more.

Gaut

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Published on September 27, 2021 10:17
L.R. David L.R. David's blog:

The write stuff

I wanted this blog to be about writing, so I thought I would share how I came to write my first book.

In July I left work after being made redundant. I had wanted to write a book since I can remember, and I finally had some spare time, I thought, to have a go.

I have notes on a novel I have been worki

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Published on October 19, 2012 03:08
Meg Sefton Meg Sefton's blog:

Inktober: Tithe

Nave of Church by Dennis Jarvis, flickr

A cancer patient’s family moves away while he’s in treatment. Afraid and lonely, he realizes he may need a church who will burry him. After joining a church, he learns his way into a plot is to tithe but all disposable income is owed the hospital.

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Published on September 27, 2021 16:19
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