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Welcome Spring!

It is so good to see you again!

I have missed you!

Thank you for coming.


Love, Ness











Posted in Current Events, Holiday, Military, Patriotic

In Honor of Veteran’s Day


From the bottom of my heart,

Thank you.




With gratitude,

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Welcome Autumn!


Autumn in New Hampshire, USA.I want to go see this place one day.Please check out my website thanks.

autumn canopy (by -liyen-)

Black Grapes........Autumn

To see more Fall pictures, please visit my Pinterest page: Seasonal – Autumn  Thanks!

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Posted in Current Events, Patriotic

Happy Birthday Constitution!







To read the full text: Transcript of the Constitution of the United States – Official Text

With Love,

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Sad Day For Music

Has anyone else noticed that Miss Aretha, and Elvis, “left the building” on the same day? 

The Queen of Soul – Aug 16, 2018

The King of Rock and Roll – Aug 16, 1977


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Pioneer Cabin Tree

Aw man!  😦  RIP Tree!  Your pictures always made me smile!

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A park volunteer found the collapsed iconic tree on Sunday, Jan. 8. (Facebook photo/Calaveras Big Trees Association/Jim Allday)

The tree was a popular tourist site since the 1880s when a group of pioneers carved out the center. It became an iconic part of the state park. Until recently, cars were allowed to drive through.

Jim Allday, a park volunteer, found the collapsed tree on Sunday as a major storm barreled over central and northern California.

cabin treeA healthy Pioneer Cabin tree stands in Calaveras Big Trees State Park. (Photo/Amber Rack)

Source: Iconic 1,000-year-old Pioneer Cabin tree collapses as deadly storm blasts California

Posted in Current Events

Congratulations Cubs Fans!

My upstairs neighbors jumped, and I’m starting to hear fireworks.  I’m guessing Chicago won the Series?  LOL

And this is how history is made.  🙂


Posted in Current Events, In The Media

In Memorial

I didn’t even know it was scheduled.  I was consumed with preparations for my wedding that upcoming weekend and hadn’t kept up with the news in weeks.  My boss blurted out, “The Challenger exploded!” when I came back from my lunch break.  Like an idiot, and an eloquent one at that, I responded, “Huh?”

“The Challenger!  The space shuttle with the teacher!  It exploded!”

The light dawned then.  Oh boy, did it ever.

We didn’t have a television at our little workplace, but when I got home and turned it on, the video was splashed everywhere, on all the networks, played over and over and over again.  The image of the explosion was all over the newspaper and magazines, everywhere you turned for the next weeks, it seemed like that’s all there was to see in the media.  It was horrible.  I could not imagine being a loved one of one of the crew members who’d died, and having to live with that imagery constantly on display in the aftermath of the disaster.  The whole event still brings tears to my eye, even today, exactly 30 years later.  That vivid picture, that awful scene of the Y-smoke is burned into the minds of many, myself included. 

It is a Day of Remembrance for NASA.  Many astronauts have been lost during this week over the years.  It’s a very good week for launching missions. 

My thoughts and prayers are with the loved ones of those lost.

Families, NASA honor fallen astronauts on 30th anniversary of Challenger disaster – CBS News

Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster Devastated the Nation 30 Years Ago – NBC News

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