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Kinda gross.. but kinda cool...

(OR rather disgusting, rather intriguing...)
One mom decided to see what kind of bacteria were on her son's hand after playing outdoors, so she stuck his hand on a petri dish. The results are quite artful.
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Gross? Yes, a bit.
Cool? Most definitely!!! 
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So +John Lewis​ brought us #manonthemoon ...
Then +Pieces for Places​ goes and brings us #nanonthetown


Filmed in Barmouth North Wales.

All moneys raised from the sale of the scarf or donations received in the store will go to
+Age UK

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Absolutely wicked,,,Go you nan ! Lol
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Struggling with my Samsung S6 camera, but i think this came out ok.
Shame the photos I actually need often look poor, badly lit and even grainy.
Must make the effort to get to grips with manual settings.
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Do you get paid holiday/vacation time?
I know it is time for a holiday when I finish the day with an ever growing "stuff I couldn't get done" list.

The heart is willing, the mind is absent, the legs are achy! (But less than 7 weeks until I get 10 days off, hurrah!)

It is something we Brits take for granted.
How much time off do YOU get?

I mainly use my statutory 28 days as a week off in spring, a week off in autumn, the rest I use one day at a time for appointments, activities with the kids, and Dental appointments :D

Living here I can treat a restday as holiday.

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12-hour rotating shift worker here. I get 160 hours paid vacation and 108 hours of "toil time" because my work week averages out to more than 40 hours per week. However, if a stat falls on my shift, I gotta work it (double time plus 8 hours of stat pay). Since I work a 28 day rotating schedule (basically 4 on, 5 off, 5 on, 4 off, 5 on, 5 off) I can use my time off in blocks of 4x12 hour shifts to garner several 2-week off periods per year. We have to schedule our time relative to availability of shift coverage, though, and that can be a challenge.
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No matter which way up, what a beautiful land we live in!
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Come to think of it, this also reminds me of some of Michael Whelan's signature artwork. He has a series of paintings that include what looks like bubbles or glass globes, often with flames inside. I have a print hanging on my wall of a robed female on a precipice holding such a globe, with blue skies and an impossibly tall arch in the distance as her backdrop, and it fits this nicely. :)
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In school we learned of Marie Curie, but there were so many more...
" Female scientists have contributed to some of science’s biggest breakthroughs, from unraveling the structure of DNA, to discovering fission, to mapping the ocean floor.

So why don’t we know their names?
This week on Science Friday, we’re celebrating science’s unsung heroines. We’ll hear about Maria Sibylla Merian, the 17th century “mother of entomology,” whose watercolors documented insect metamorphosis. We’ll also learn about Marie Tharp, whose maps of the ocean floor paved the way for continental drift theory. Plus, meet the women programmers of the ENIAC, the first all-electronic, multipurpose computer."
This Women’s History Month, Science Friday celebrates some of the unsung heroines of science.
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UK floods
I used the image above as many around the world know this as a beautiful windows desktop background, but Llanrwst here in North Wales, and many other parts of UK are in severe flood. :(

I am lucky, Dolgellau flood defences are doing their job so far.

#ukfloods #ukweather

(Can anyone find the original copyright? Many have posted it and claimed it as their own.)
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Thanks, yes, the "once in a generation" flooding now seems to be every few years. :/
Snowdonia has had over 1000mm of rain this month already with another big storm due tomorrow..
(Big by Wales standards not US standards! So 60-70mph winds and another 80mm of rain)
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Is there a glitch when uploading from a mobile to G+?
Sometimes they come up clear, other times all blurred. This photo is spot on from my phone, but uploaded it to my business page and it is all blurred..:/
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Autumn in Llanelltyd, north Wales.

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Damned if you do, damned if you don't

(A silly Sunday post via Slapdashmom on FB)
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Nice mention in "InaPub" a Pub industry magazine :)

Thanks +Line Elise Svanevik​​ :)
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Always an awkard moment in the restaurant when the lady refuses the option of a side of fries despite the gentleman's suggestion/encouragement...
You know she is going to go ahead and steal his ;)

Via and h/t +Lambert Schlumpf

(Who got it via Waffles H
Who got it via Zander D) :)
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hi i like it
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Welsh/British, Quiet Christian, Mother of 3, and a Hotel Assistant Manager. (Also 1st Gen, and a G+ addict and volunteer helper)

Hello there, I have deleted my rather long about me, and shall write an updated one shortly. :)

I post about a wide variety of topics, but not politics if I can help it! 
See my past posts to see what I am about, though you need to be in my Christian circle to see that content, so give me a shout.

I have a really strange sense of humour, not so much dark humour as just weird, I creased up laughing watching Monty Python films, I can also be quite sarcastic joking in person but not in a vicious way. :-/

If you are a fellow e30 enthusiast, please visit a huge UK based but internationally populated forum :-D
I may be in your circles as someone "shared a circle with you" if that is the case and you do not like what I post, please feel free to un circle me, or if I have not circled you back, and you want me to, just let me know, as it is hard to keep up when shared in a circle.

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