Monthly Archives: December 2010

Collecting Mugs

Being a coffee lover, I have collected a fair amount of coffee mugs over the years. My favorites are the personalized ones that people have given me. My husband gave me one right after we were married that I still … Continue reading

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Donations Pour In, Give Hope for Baby

I can’t even imagine the stress of this poor family. Talk about a reason for sleep aids. An Indiana father whose baby needs an expensive life-saving operation is filled with gratitude for the support his family has received. Little Seth … Continue reading

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Prodigal Kitty Returns Home 5 Years After Katrina

Another instance of getting distracted…supposed to be looking at glass mosaic tile, but found a heart-warming kitty story instead. Five years after wandering away after Hurricane Katrina’s hit, a gray and white cat named Scrub is home again with his … Continue reading

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Thief Returns Money

Ever have one of those days? Weeks? Months? Sitting down for a bit of “me time” — kids are busy and I can just take a few cleansing breaths and get my head on straight. Supposed to be thinking about … Continue reading

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Blue Whale-Sized Mouthfuls Make Foraging Super Efficient

Diving blue whales can dive for as long as 15 minutes. They may even be able to dive for longer because of the huge oxygen supplies they carry in their blood and muscles…but they don’t…why? Think of it as a … Continue reading

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Good News for December 7, 2010

Gold Coin Donated In Red Kettle The Salvation Army received a gold coin in a kettle recently. The coin was wrapped inside a $1 bill with a note that read, “A child is born, Jesus!” The $50 gold coin has … Continue reading

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Saturn Is On a Cosmic Dimmer Switch

Looking for free directory submission information and got a little distracted. Saturn emitted less energy each year between 2005 to 2009. So says NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. Saturn’s southern hemisphere consistently emitted more energy than its northern hemisphere. In addition, energy … Continue reading

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Omega-3s in Seafood May Protect Seniors’ Eyes

/Omega-3s in your diet probably protect you from advanced age-related macular degeneration (AMD). This is the leading cause of blindness in whites in the US. High concentrations of omega-3s are in the eye’s retina. There is evidence Omega-3s may be … Continue reading

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