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Stress can lead to sleep-texting : You’re not dreaming

stress can lead to sleep-texting

According to Discovery Health’s article Stressed Americans Compelled To Sleep Text , It is most definitely possible to sleep texting. Apparently workaholics nowsdays cannot get away from the daily stressors. People text at all strange hours, and in the middle of the night the person will text back a reply with no recollection the next morning of what they said. ... Read More »

Driver heard a cat’s scream under hood after trip to Florida

driver heard a cat's scream under hood after trip to Florida

Tallahassee, FL – A Georgia woman drives from Cairo to Tallahassee with a passenger that she didn’t know she had. “He’s a Cairo cat and he hitched a ride all the way to Tallahassee.” Says Curtis White. White says a little kitten rode in of his co-worker’s car — under the hood. “This little guy was hopelessly stuck down into ... Read More »

Schmitt family found gold chains, five gold coins and a gold ring

Schmitt family found gold chains, five gold coins and a gold ring

The treasure-hunting Schmitt family made the discovery of a lifetime after finding what could be $300,000 worth of gold off the coast of Fort Pierce in Florida, reports the Orlando Sentinel. The family—along with diver and friend, Dale Zeak— found the fortune about 150 yards offshore and just 15 feet down. They uncovered 64 feet of thin gold chain, five ... Read More »

Tabitha Leah Ritchie baby bump was cold and hard

Tabitha Leah Ritchie baby bump was cold and hard

Colombian police say they have arrested a Toronto woman who wore a fake pregnancy belly to smuggle cocaine. Col. Esteban Arias says 28-year-old Tabitha Leah Ritchie was stopped while trying to board an Air Canada flight in Bogota after an inspector noted that her belly was unusually cold and hard. He says police discovered a false belly made of latex ... Read More »

Jonathan Trappe went from Maine to Newfoundland

Jonathan Trappe went from Maine to Newfoundland

The balloonist who took off from northern Maine early Thursday morning on what he hoped would be a record-breaking trans-Atlantic flight is on the ground after landing in Newfoundland around 6:30 p.m. Few details are available on what cut Jonathan Trappe’s cluster balloon flight short, but according to a post he made on his Facebook page he is in a ... Read More »

Nuisance skunks in Buffalo were trapped and killed by city officials

Nuisance skunks in Buffalo were trapped and killed by city officials

Residents of a Buffalo, N.Y., neighborhood plagued by skunk odors now know what caused the stink: Trapped critters that were shot and stored at a shuttered police station. The Buffalo News reports (http://bit.ly/18myscv ) that the city’s public works commissioner confirmed Monday that humanely trapped skunks have been taken to an old police station in South Buffalo, where they’re shot ... Read More »

Elizabeth Smart activist for abused children : Conference

Elizabeth Smart activist for abused children

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — It was one of the most notorious kidnapping cases in our country. This week, survivor Elizabeth Smart visited a women’s benefit in Metro Detroit. WJBK reports that on Wednesday, the 25-year-old spoke out about abuse and victim support at the Women of Vision benefit in Southfield, which was hosted by the National Council of Jewish Women. “I ... Read More »

Jamie Lynn Grumet Pathways To Family Wellness Magazine

Jamie Lynn Grumet Pathways To Family Wellness

We love breastfeeding. We especially loved breastfeeding when we were small, bald and toothless. It’s a beautiful thing, and no woman should ever be told when or where she can or can’t breastfeed. Because when baby hunger strikes, Mother Nature abides, mmk? But what we can’t figure out is why Jamie Lynn Grumet’s breastfeeding four-year-old Aram always gets the urge ... Read More »

Elian gonzalez joins cuban military : Cuba Releases Photo

Elian gonzalez joins cuban military

This April marks the ten-year anniversary of when Elián González was forcibly removed from the home of relatives in Miami and returned to his father in Cuba. The Cuban propaganda machine, ever aware of the symbolism of Elián, has no qualms about exploiting the boy, now 16, when it serves the regime’s purpose. The AP reports the government released today ... Read More »