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Three Stories That Grabbed Me Today


I never cease to be amazed at space travel. This is a picture of the conclusion of a 5,000,000 mile 10 day trip. Blasted into space, Endeavor docked with the International Space Station, accomplished tasks there, then returned with precision, landing exactly at the second that was planned.



Hey! I don’t have blue eyes…but neither do I exactly have brown eyes. I have tan eyes. Wonder where that puts me?…with the browns, I expect. Tell me now–and no cheating–what color are your eyes?

Apparently more than one study by U.S. scientists finds that people with blue eyes just do some things better than those with brown eyes.

But the reverse is true also, said a researcher who authored a paper that looked at three different studies on the subject of eye color and ability.

Read the whole story here



Love this one! I’m envisioning a little injection that will cure the virus I have picked up along the way that makes me love to eat. Yeah, really!

WASHINGTON β€” In the buffet of reasons for why Americans are getting fatter, researchers are piling more evidence on the plate for one still-controversial cause: a virus.

New research announced Monday found that when human stem cells β€” the blank slate of the cell world β€” were exposed to a common virus they turned into fat cells. They didn’t just change, they stored fat, too.

While this may be a guilt-free explanation for putting on pounds, it doesn’t explain all or even most of America’s growing obesity problem. But it adds to other recent evidence that blames expanding waistlines on more than just super-sized appetites and underused muscles.

Read all about it here.


My devotional blog is here.

By Shirley Buxton

Still full of life and ready to be on the move, Shirley at 81 years old feels blessed to have lots of energy and to be full of optimism. She was married to Jerry for 64 years, and grieves yet at his death in August of 2019. They have 4 children, 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren...all beautiful and highly intelligent--of course. :)

6 replies on “Three Stories That Grabbed Me Today”

Hazel, I have hazel eyes, that means, sometimes green, sometimes, a touch of blue and sometimes a touch of brown. My eyes pick up on certain colors I wear. I am really curious as to where I stand. Does that mean I am one mixed up kid or extra smart?


There you are, Linda. Green eyes are probably grouped with blue; you’re probably smarter than I. 😦

Glad you had such a good trip. I’ll be going to your blog to read about it.

Bless you.


My eyes are green. Very green. Hmmmm.

I like the new look of your blog.

I’m back from Sicily. God blessed me greatly. It was an amazing time. Surprised myself to find out that I really enjoy working with teenagers.

I have much reading to get caught up on here and at all the other blogs I visit regularly! πŸ™‚


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