We live in a pretty amazing time. Private citizens are going to outer space, cars are able to drive themselves to places without a human, all kinds of crazy things that our grandparents would never have imagined. I love hearing about the advances in science and technology.
what was that like Posts
Do you have a best friend?
Most adults remember where they were on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.
I was watching a video online recently. I don’t remember where it was, probably in a subreddit. It was recorded on a security camera in some business. There’s no sound, but you can pretty much tell what’s going on.
There’s something I find really fascinating, and that’s learning about the wildly different ways people react in a sudden emergency situation.
This is a bonus episode on an off-week Friday.
Today’s story takes place off the coast of Somalia, a country in Africa.
I remember the first time I was ever exposed to domestic violence.
In a perfect world, a child should be able to trust an adult. Children are dependent on adults for healthy food, medical attention, an education, and a safe environment. Children should be able to expect their parents to love them and protect them from any harm.
DNA technology is pretty amazing, and it’s gone mainstream. I recently submitted a DNA kit with one of the companies called 23andme. I got the results back, and they gave me a list of 1500 people who were all “somewhere” in my family tree. And I’ve even gotten in touch with some of them.