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I'm offering a special offer for #helpfordyllon
The offer will end on 9/1/2014.
Dyllon is a 4 year old budding photographer fighting leukemia, and his family can use a bit of assistance with the expenses related to his fight. 100% of the price of this item will go directly to the family.
Or would just like to assist Dyllon and his family financially with the costs associated with his treatments, you may donate via PayPal directly to the family at email@example.com or at their Go Fund Me page http://www.gofundme.com/ct7iq8
Both his mom Jamie White and his dad, Adam are posting updates on his treatments and condition. Jamie posts on G+ and Adam on Go Fund Me
Also, if you are an artist, crafts person or photographer who wishes to contribute an item for auction or sale to assist Dyllon, please check out the #helpfordyllon hashtag and the community,https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/105287632952313684700
On a dark foggy morning in November 2010, CSX 496 leads an empty coal train north from Florida through Folkston, Georgia.
The Norfolk Southern railroad painted 20 of their new locomotives in historical paint schemes as part of their 30th Anniversary celebration in 2012.
I've always been a Hemingway fan and enjoy reading different takes on his life and times. While enjoying my Kindle Unlimited trial I found Hemingway and Sun Valley in the search of books which I can now read for free.
The book is about more than just his final years in Sun Valley and covers a lot of ground which have been covered by numerous other Hemingway biographies.
The most interesting part of the book to me was how his life and his desire to "live on the edge" lead him to the new resort in Idaho where he ended up ending his life.
It was a quick short read (50 pages or so) and worth the time to any Hemingway fan.
I read the book on the free Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader. Yes, you can read Kindle books even without a Kindle. I have also have the free APP on my Samsung S3 which is handy when I want to read while waiting for an appointment or anytime I have a moment.
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