Originally posted on Chorney Blog:
If I wait any longer, they will be freezer burnt. The last blintzes my Mom made. When she was pretty sick, but still well enough to cook, my mom taught my sisters and me how to make her delicious blintzes. I knew the end was near.
They’ve been in my freezer for 8 months. I took them out to defrost last night. And now the moment has come.
I’ve stared at them a few times. Well, I can’t eat them without my family. And am I ready to let them go? I tear up now as I write this. I miss my mom so much. I am sure every child feels the same way.
How do you get over the loss of a parent? The emotions come in waves. A film might trigger the tears. Recently I watched a film where the Mom was in a hospital with Cancer. (which…
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Social media is constantly changing, and so are the segments of society that use it. I found this article interesting because my daughter introduced me to Facebook about a decade ago, but now she doesn’t use it. She even disabled her account!
“Facebook Is Dead To Us”: What Teens Think About 11 Of The Biggest Social Networks – Digital Music News
Originally posted on Charlotte Hoather:
This beautiful and haunting song was composed by Richard Hageman who was born and raised in the Netherlands but who later took on American citizenship. He was considered to be a child prodigy and was thought equal to a concert pianist at the age of 6. In his early years whilst studying in Amsterdam he began to accompany many of the singers at the Amsterdam Royal Opera Company where he eventually was appointed to the position of conductor in 1899 at the age of 18.
After moving to America he held positions at the Metropolitan Opera and Chicago Civic Opera and also became the conductor of the Chicago, Philadelphia and Los Angeles symphony orchestras.
Along with his many Art song compositions he wrote several film scores including the one for “Stagecoach” directed by John Ford, the 1939 movie which Hageman shared an Academy…
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Caffeine Isn’t All Bad For You
Myth 4: Caffeine is only bad for you.
Obviously there are risks, especially with higher doses of caffeine, but it packs some perks, too. For example, caffeine seems to lessen risk and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, it can boost your workout and it may ward off Alzheimer’s onset.
From Huff Post
5 Myths About Caffeine, Busted
From The Telegraph
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From The Telegraph
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WordPress vs Tumblr vs Blogger
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Getty makes 35m photos free to use
Reducing rations given to civilians in concentration camps was the new tactic in the early 20th century.
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