Monthly Archives: May 2014

Man Saved Abandoned Newborn, Reunites With Her 18 Years Later at Her Graduation!

Skyler James Hero

Courtesy of The People Who Inspire Humanity on Facebook Little Skyler James was saved by current AMR Rep. Charlie Heflin in 1995. Skyler recently graduated from Charleston High School in Charleston, Illinois. Following the ceremony, little did she know she was in for an emotional reunion. The story begins back in November, 1995 on a […]

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Old Man and His Son – a Family Values Story With a Humorous Twist

Farm Garden Drawing

  Introduction to the Old Man and His Son The following family values story has appeared in several similar versions on the internet. This version is included on a website called which features a variety of categories of short stories. Education Fables Family Inspiration Life Love Motivation Check out the site and be both […]

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The World’s Largest Artistic (Rain)water Mosiac

World's Largest Rainwater Mosiac

  This YouTube video teases you as it goes through the steps taken to produce the World’s Largest (Rain)water Mosaic. Sixty six thousand cups of colored water are carefully arranged. Finally, the picture emerges. Interesting project and interesting way to attract attention to an important current public policy issue. Can you guess what it is? […]

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I Just Added 15 High Quality images to the Fascinating Owls Gallery – Check ’em out

Sooo Tired! Via Verona Peace

  I Just Added 15 High Quality images to the Fascinating Owls Gallery. Some are over-the-top in quality (all are top quality!). Some are really unique poses or even facial expressions. Some are unfamiliar species. All are Fascinating. Here are three samples to wet your appetite. Remember – click on the My Photo Galleries item […]

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Girl Takes a Terrible Fall During a Race – But Wait Til You See What Happens Next!

The Race Screen Shot

  This YouTube video has 3.9 million views. It pretty much speaks for itself so I won’t got into all kinds of over-the-top hyperbole to describe it. You know how the word “amazing” is overused in blogging. But, then, a lot of adjectives are overused…like incredible, breathtaking, etc. So I’ve decided to let you choose […]

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King David’s Tomb, The Mount of Olives, Church of the Lord’s Cry (over Jerusalem), and Tomb of the Virgin Mary

Jerusalem Panorama

In addition to our visit to the Garden Tomb on our first day in Jerusalem, we also visited the site of King David’s Tomb.  This place is popular not only with foreign tourists but it is also popular with local Jewish faithful who pray at this site believing that King David may still be able […]

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Our Fifty Second Wedding Anniversary Today

Dick & Lynn May 5, 2012 Featured Image

  Today is a big day for us in several ways. We’ve been in Lakeland, FL since late last September with only a short visit back to our family at Christmas.  We are getting itchy to see the whole family of children, grandchildren and even great grandchildren. Once we get there its easy to see […]

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Colossal Colors Slideshow


  Here’s a temporary (for a while) look at the complete Colossal Colors Photos Slideshow that normally resides in my photo galleries. If you like seeing this one, be sure to check out the rest by clicking the menu item My Photo Galleries and then selecting from the drop down sub menu.

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