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Two Dozen Intensely Colored Pics Added to the Colossal Colors Photos Gallery

Pencils by colour-rainbow.tumblr.com

  I have been busy collecting new images for my galleries and today I am featuring two dozen new, large, gorgeous, high quality images of knock-your-eyes-out brilliant colors in a wide variety of settings from around the world. Be sure to check them out in the Colossal Colors Photos Gallery.  You get there by selecting […]

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Cologne Cathedral, Germany – Narrated HD Video Tour

Cologne Cathedral

  Worldsiteguides.com features many of the world’s most spectacular and important historical sites.  Many of the sites are also designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Cologne Cathedral. The following Worldsiteguides.com excerpts give an overview of the cathedral’s history and features. The construction of Cologne Cathedral began in year 1248, when the foundation stone […]

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Coach of the Year in Little League? He Gets my Vote!

David Belisle, LL Coach

  The Bad   I’ve seen Little League coaches holler, kick dirt, swear, and lots of other bad example actions to be teaching (knowingly or unknowingly) young boys. As the father of four daughters who played recreational sports like softball, soccer, basketball and track, I’ve also heard some bad things and seen some bad coaching […]

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Christmas in July at TD Bank in Canada

TD Bank Automatic Thanking Machine

  There is a really neat story going around the internet and even on radio and TV news lately. It features a group of TD Bank, Canada customers interacting with “Automatic Thanking Machines” (ATMs). Its kind of hard to describe the story in words so (if you haven’t already done so) watch the video. It […]

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Old Eddie and the Seagulls

MB SEAGULLS TOP by www.plantinghisseeds.net

  Courtesy of Inspire21.com A True Story of Appreciation It happens every Friday evening, almost without fail, when the sun resembles a giant orange and is starting to dip into the blue ocean. Old Ed comes strolling along the beach to his favorite pier. Clutched in his bony hand is a bucket of shrimp. Ed […]

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Ann Voskamp – A Holy Experience

The Voskamp Family

  I have posted about Ann Voskamp once before and I hope to continue posting about her periodically for a long time. Ann is an extraordinary Christian person.  She communicates in a unique, and attractive way what it’s like to see the hand of God everywhere – on the farm, within the family, throughout the […]

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