Mystery Blogger Award, thank you Yaasotaa!


Thank you!! … amazing award!! Honored and humbled!! 💞🙏🏽💞

Dear Kitty. Some blog

Mystery Blogger Award

My dear blogging friend Yaasotaa of the yaasotaa blog has nominated Dear Kitty. Some blog for the Mystery Blogger Award.

Thank you for this kind gesture!

Thank you, Okoto Enigma, for creating this award!

The rules of the Mystery Blogger Award are:

1. Put the award logo/image on your blog

2. List the rules

3. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog

4. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well [unfortunately, it looks like that blog is not on the net any more]

5. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself

6. You have to nominate 10 – 20 people

7. Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog

8. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify)

9. Share a link to your best post(s)

10. Answer the questions your nominator gave…

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Meghan McCain Of The View Shared Misleading Facts About President Obama’s Immigration Policies


Get your facts straight … be truthful, not deceitful. Reality … not colored by bias … #MeghanMcCainLied … 🤨

Gronda Morin

This morning 1/9/19, I was watching a popular TV talk show, “the View” where one of the hosts, Meghan McCain could be heard defending republican President Trump’s policy of separating migrant children from their families who were legally seeking US asylum at the US SW border during the summer of 2018, by touting a new frequently used GOP talking point, “President Barack Obama was the one who started this policy.

This is a lie.

It is important that “Never Trumpers” are armed with the facts regarding this misleading assertion. Calling Ms. McCain, a liar, is an effective response.

As per the 6/19/18 Hill report, “Trump cannot blame policy of separating children on Obama” by Todd Rosenblum, “The Trump administration’s decision to forcibly separate more than 2,000 children from parents requesting asylum (at US) southern border is morally reprehensible. It is nothing like the Obama administration’s decision in 2014 to place…

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NYT: Why Puerto Rico Is No. 1 on Our Places to Go List


🇵🇷 … Puerto Rico … definitely the place to be!! My country … 💞

Repeating Islands

A report by Mireya Navarro for The New York Times.

Recovering from Hurricane Maria, in 2019 the island represents so many fragile spots around the globe.

The Castillo San Felipe del Morro in San Juans

For as long as I can remember growing up in Puerto Rico, El Morro, the indestructible fort with the endless lawns at the entrance to San Juan harbor, was where you went to fly a kite. And on a recent sunny afternoon, just as expected, a couple and their young son were there trying to catch an updraft to loft a plastic butterfly with a long blue tail into the sky.

On Fortaleza Street, an art installation of colorful umbrellas hovered above pedestrians, triggering countless selfies. A short ferry ride away from the old city, at the Bacardí rum distillery in the town of Cataño, visitors sipped cocktails in an open-air pavilion with…

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Art undersea: These eerie underwater sculptures attract divers, snorkelers — and fish


Repeating Islands

Longing for a sequel to last year’s Oscar winner for best picture, “The Shape of Water”? Here’s the next best thing: A visit to the MUSA underwater park off the coast of Cancun. The figure in the sculpture “Resurrection” by Jason deCaires Taylor in Punta Nizuc looks a lot like the marine creature in the hit movie. This one even sports an extra layer of algae. Perhaps Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro got inspired here, or perhaps you’ll be motivated to write some fan fiction? Or not. But it’s still a very cool thing to see.

Eerie. Creepy. Odd. Mystical. Alluring. Provocative. These are the adjectives that divers and snorkelers use to describe the undersea world of more than 500 pieces of art that grace the seafloor here. Launched in 2009 by Roberto Diaz Abraham, a sculptor…

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#TBT …. “💞🎼 Throw Back Thursday …. Susan Boyle 2009 …. Britain’s Got Talent 🎼💞 …. “!!


~~January 9, 2019~~ 

I DREAMED A DREAM

Early #TBT. A blast from the past. Effort and resilience at its best.

Kudos, dear Susan!

HortyRex©

GoldSwirl

Susan Magdalane Boyle (born 1 April 1961) is a Scottish singer who came to international attention when she appeared as a contestant on the TV programme Britain’s Got Talent on 11 April 2009, singing “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables.

Her debut studio album, I Dreamed a Dream, was released in November 2009 and became the UK’s best-selling debut album of all time, beating the previous record held by Spirit by Leona Lewis. I Dreamed a Dream set a record for biggest first week sales by a debut album, according to the Official Chart Company in the United Kingdom.

~Wikipedia~

~~Susan Boyle~~

Britain’s Got Talent 2009 Episode 1

~~Published on Apr 11, 2009~~

#BritiansGotTalent #ATG #TheChampions #Judges #SimonCowell #HowieMandel #SusanBoyle #IDreamedADream #Season3 #Talent #RealityShow #

#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #HortyRex #hrexach

Guess.What.Day.It.Is?


CALEB … I missed you so!! … ‘Dromedary: 7 to 11 feet long; 6 to 6.6 feet tall at the shoulder; weights 880 to 1,320 pounds when grown. Gestation of 12 to 14 months. A newborn camel is able to walk beside the mother within half an hour. Camel calves nurse for 10 to 18 months. Reach full adult size at age seven. Median life expectancy is 17.8 years.’


Notes:

  • Photograph: San Diego Zoo. Dromedary: 7 to 11 feet long; 6 to 6.6 feet tall at the shoulder; weights 880 to 1,320 pounds when grown. Gestation of 12 to 14 months. A newborn camel is able to walk beside the mother within half an hour.  Camel calves nurse for 10 to 18 months. Reach full adult size at age seven. Median life expectancy is 17.8 years.
  • Background on Caleb/Wednesday/Hump Day Posts and Geico’s original commercial: Let’s Hit it Again

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