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17 Jan 19
The Lyons Tracks

The prompt for the third week of January in my 52 Ancestors in 52 weeks Challenge is “Special Name.”    While researching the Dudley families with their many offspring, I came across a few unusual or special names such as James Ransom Dudley, my third great-grandfather whom I blogged about 2 weeks ago – I […]

17 Jan 19
Michaeldgriffiths's Blog

Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  Image Comics Published: 2014 Reviewer Rating:  3 Stars Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths       The Far Bank of the Rubicon by Erik Wecks is a science fiction novel set in the deep reaches of space. In the far-flung future the human race lives across numerous stars. There are however, two […]

17 Jan 19
Fred’s Life

The first few months with my new mom presented so many “firsts” for me. My mom payed a ton of attention to me. She let me follow her around ALL day, she played with me a lot, made me special “security” places for me to go throughout the house. She took me on walks and […]

17 Jan 19
The London and Slough Run

As always, a huge thanks to the volunteer teams at each of the Night Shelter venues, here’s a few so far….. Father Kevin and parishioners at Holy Family, Catholic Church, Langley             Volunteers Sylvia and Michelle are back on cooking duty hosted by St Augustine’s, Datchet

17 Jan 19
Saints Peter & Paul Blog

2nd Sunday after the Epiphany: Sunday, Jan. 20 Songs/Hymns for the Day 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany 8:30am Contemporary Service “Your Great Name” “Forever Reign” “Healing Is In Your Hands” “Cornerstone” 11:00am Traditional Service Responsive Prayer 2, page 285 #708 “Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart” #715 “Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me” #745 “In […]

17 Jan 19
Accounting the Real World

It is hard to imagine the City of Porto without the subway today. Fare system is straightforward: you pay according to the number of zones (set of neighboring stations) you cross. As I made the payment today, one question arose: is it fair that a person that drops off the metro in the first station […]

17 Jan 19
Wheel Life with Mary

Monday: Today I finished reading an inspiring book called Laughing at My Nightmare. It’s written by a young man named Shane Burcaw who was born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy — a disease that causes his muscles to waste away over time. He’s been in a wheelchair his entire life, but his outlook on everything is amazingly […]

17 Jan 19
Harper Grey Lifestyle

2018 was wild. The year flew by so quickly that I could barely catch my breath. But the lessons I learned? They were pretty painful and will help me for years to come. I worked my girl-boss butt off in 2018. I mean, I WORKED. I started my first sales job at a tech company, […]

17 Jan 19
thoughts@tm

The images of fertilization below are from Varamurtheeswarar temple at Ariyathurai, Tamilnadu. Temple is claimed to be 6000 years old based on some legendary aspects (considering the legendary connection to sages Romar and Mukunthan). But a reasonable estimate is about 1000 years. King Kunjara Cholan has made additions to the temple. The temple definitely existed […]

17 Jan 19
Luther Olvera

IBM is one of the world’s biggest system integrators, but to get closer to where enterprises are actually doing their work, it’s been inking partnerships with companies that build devices and run the networks enterprises are using for their IT, and today comes the latest development on that front. IBM is announcing a new venture […]

17 Jan 19
Chemical Industry Market Research Reports

Global Environmental Consulting Services: Overview Environmental consultation services are important as they have a direct and important impact on the quality of life of individuals of a geographical area. In today’s environmentally-sensitive world, business owners need to comply with industry mandates order to protect their business as well as the environment. This requires proactive business […]

17 Jan 19
Kantar Consulting

The pros and cons of social-issue advocacy in marketing This week, Gillette became the latest brand to make a big splash in the culture wars, airing a nationwide commercial that takes aim at the “boys will be boys” ethos that enables bullying, sexual harassment and abuses of power to flourish. And, much like Nike’s daring […]

17 Jan 19
Alice's Adventures in Dateland

It’s no secret, I like girls too. So when on all of the dating apps I use, I check the box saying that I’m looking for women as well as men, and honestly I’m open to people who are non-binary or trans gendered as well. It’s about what’s in your heart, not what’s in your […]