New Music for the 2013 Christmas Season

By | Nov 29, 2013

“Wrapped in Red” – Kelly Clarkson This is not the first time Kelly Clarkson has recorded Christmas music, she was part of an American Idol album that was put out. This is her first full album. “Home For Christmas” – Susan Boyle An album that seems to be perfect for her voice. Love the duet […]

When Does Thanksgiving End?

By | Nov 28, 2013

When does Thanksgiving end? The day may officially end at midnight when the 3rd Thursday of November turns into Friday. But for many the day ends at different time during the day. The day may end when all the food is put away and the evening snacks have been had and you are snuggled in […]

The Plymouth Pilgrims

By | Nov 26, 2013

During the first part of the 17th Century a group called the Separatists felt a need for a complete separation from the Church of England. They wanted to worship in a very simple manner without all of the ritual and symbols which were used in the Anglican Church. This group first went to Amsterdam and […]

Osprey in the Lights

By | Nov 24, 2013

A picture may paint a thousand words, but what it really does is capture a moment in time. Telling it’s own story. Since a each picture tells a story I’ll let the photograph tell its story. For a print of the photograph – Click Here More photographs by Steven (SG) Atkinson cane be seen at […]

JFK Assassination, A Conspiracy?

By | Nov 22, 2013

Fifty years later there are still those who feel that the assassination of John F. Kennedy was not the crime of a lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald, but was a conspiracy. A conspiracy with Oswald as only one of the participants, even as one of several gunmen. When I first started looking in the assassination […]

Oswald After the Shots

By | Nov 22, 2013

President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas, Texas as the motorcade he was traveling with passed Dealey Plaza at about 12:30 p.m. (Dallas time) on November 22, 1963. Lee Harvey Oswald, who worked at the Texas School Book Depository, was determined as the lone assassin by the Warren Commission. Oswald encountered police officer Marrion […]

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By | Nov 20, 2013

It seems to happen too often these days. The alarm clock is set to go off at 5am. You come awake, roll over, glance at the clock and see that it’s 4:14 in the morning. It’s almost like living the Chicago song “25 or 6 to 4”, and just waiting in this case for the […]

James Garfield

By | Nov 19, 2013

President James A Garfield, the 20th President of the United States were born on November 19, 1831. He is one of the seven Presidents to be born in Ohio. Only Virginia with nine Presidents born there has more. While running for the office of President he was a sitting member of the House of Representatives. […]

Macadam Goose

By | Nov 17, 2013

A picture may paint a thousand words, but what it really does is capture a moment in time. Telling it’s own story. Since a each picture tells a story I’ll let the photograph tell its story. For a print of the photograph – Click Here More photographs by Steven (SG) Atkinson cane be seen at […]

The Mulitant Baker

By | Nov 12, 2013

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about Matt Blum’s The Nu Project. Today I’m going to write about a young blogger who I read on occasions and have hold a lot of respect. Jes Baker writes the Mulitant Baker. Jes calls herself, “A mental health professional, pastry chef, ex-art major, crazy cat lady, fat […]

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