Okay, so I am a little late to the Miracle of Sound fandom. What can I say? I found him now. Better late than never! If you, too, have not heard of this musician, then click the videos below. These are tunes sure to encourage, entertain, and uplift every viewer at least once. I have … Continue reading Melodies from Miracle of Sound
Check it out, readers! Groom Plans Epic Surprise by Inviting Bride’s Down Syndrome Students as Ring Bearers BY LOUISE BEVAN November 12, 2020 Updated: July 13, 2021 This story was last updated in November 2020. A thoughtful groom found the perfect way to pay tribute to his bride’s great passion, her work as a speech therapist, by inviting … Continue reading A Truly Special Day
Or it was, rather. Take a look at this article to learn more, readers. Unless you prefer to avoid the topics of arachnids, insects, and “land lobsters” that is! Acid-shooting ‘land lobsters’ live in Texas and are being spotted more after recent rains BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, Texas – Big Bend National Park shared what might … Continue reading It’s an Invasion…!
I am not looking for this stuff on purpose, readers, honest! It just finds me, no matter what I do to stay away from it! Follow the link below to read the article in full: Clone Wars: “The Bad Batch” and the Dignity of the Human Person Sci-Fi / By Thomas J. Salerno Along with many other … Continue reading The Bad Batch Returns
Click the link to learn more, readers: Serving God and country: The story of Army chaplain Father Emil Kapaun Lawrence P. Grayson May 28, 2021 On May 23, 1951, Father Emil Kapaun, an Army chaplain, died in a North Korean prison camp, and his body buried in an unmarked grave. His remains were among those … Continue reading An American Servant of God
Sort of? It is an armadillo lizard, and it is cute. But it really is not much of a dragon. Not unless some scientists take their cue from Anne McCaffrey’s* series, Dragon Riders of Pern*, that is! And before said scientists run off to their Labs of Doom, allow me to say (with an appropriate … Continue reading Enter the Dragon
Or an American prisoner. Not if he is determined to get loose, anyway. Learn more through the article linked below, readers: This Day in History: An American sailor, captured by a German submarine On this day in 1918, a Navy lieutenant is held as a German prisoner. Edouard Victor Michel Izac had been captured just … Continue reading Can’t Keep a Good Man Down….
I have to admit, the conspiracy theory described in this Popular Mechanics* article is news to me. Turn your head and squint a bit, though, and you can see it working as part of a Marvel Comics* story or even as an explanation for the Artomiques in the Wild Stars* universe. It certainly reminds this … Continue reading Alternate History Theorists, Unite!
Given the example of the Cross, the answer is: Not hardly. Take a look at this article about a nun who “loved too much,” readers: She was executed for loving too much: Meet Sr. Aguchita Larry Peterson - published on 05/27/21 She was killed in 1987 in the Amazon regions of Peru, determined to continue helping people … Continue reading Can One Love Too Much?
It is impossible to tell with certainty if the skull described in the story belonged to Pliny the Elder. However, the evidence that he and his men were there remains strong given what archaeologists have discovered in their excavations. Read the article to learn more: Vesuvius Remains Identified As Heroic Rescue Mission By Pliny The … Continue reading Evidence of an Ancient Rescue Operation