Thursday, 06 August, 2020

Month: January 2017


    BEYOND INCREDIBLE! — So over the snowstorm time while I have been home, I read the “Biology of Belief” by Bruce Lipton, PhD and then also watched the following video “Healing with the Power of Placebo”. Incredibly, the Read more…


Peter J Reilly ,   CONTRIBUTOR, Forbes Magazine After all this time it seems that IRS phone scams are still a thing. The IRS does not actually call people up and demand immediate payment nor threaten to have the local police Read more…


The Games We Play: Hillman

Many years ago I was struck by accounts of the early fighting in Normandy about the difficulties posed to the British attempts to take Caen on D-Day by the strongpoint codenamed ‘Hillman’. The position is still there, located on the Read more…


1. Sniff some vanilla or lavender

It’s been observed that children laugh about 300 times a day, whereas adults laugh, on average, only about five times each day. The more we laugh, the better our perspective. Problems also seem to shrink, bringing an increased sense of Read more…


Patchwork n Play: Work not Play!

I haven’t had much play time for the last ten days or so,  but I have done a little sewing! Some more “A Wild Ride” blocks… and ran this scarf up from some fat quarters of voile  I had….. difficult Read more…


The Games We Play: Kartenspiel

One of the lesser known games in Phil Sabins ‘Simulating War’ is Kartenspiel, partly because it is buried in the appendices. It is an attempt to model a Napoleonic battle as a card game, in the style of Clausewitz (who Read more…


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