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A DIY mason jar soap pump--easy to do, and SO cute in any bathroom!! Makes a great gift!!
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Every now and then we all hit a wall where we’re just not feeling inspired to do much of anything (other than spending a few hours scrolling through our social media feeds). When that feeling hits, resisting the temptation to...
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It took 37 years since Affirmed won the Triple Crown in 1978, finally the curse is broken!  American Pharaoh FINALLY BROKE THE 37 YEARS JINX he won the Triple Crown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Yeah Baby, I been watching racing since I was little and never missed the races.    I’m so good at it because I do my homework on all the stats I read and watch videos and I always win.  I lost only about 5 races with wrong line up horse but I will win my 2nd or 3rd places.
 
I've been virtually betting for years and I don't know how to read the betting form but I'm very good at reading horse.  I use to play Win, Place or Show when I was younger and the horse I pick always came in the exact order I pick and won.  I finally switched to Superfecta because sometimes picking the horse I’d end up with 4.
 
Before the Triple Crown and the Breeders Cup I watch the pre-shows to see how the horse ran then I go on the internet to their sites and check the horse’s stats, how many times did they win or place or show, if they had been injured recently but were release to race. 
 
If you are a horse race lover always check the horse's stats and video online before each Triple Crown race or any race and watch the smooth stride it’s all in the stride who wins.  Does it look like the horse is trying too hard and if he’s won a lot of 2nd places because of his stride and unless that is his mannerism of not having a great stride but is racing time and time again and his stats confirm he has 1st, 2nd; or 3rd  winner.
 
 Plus if the horse has a consistency to Win, Place or Show, he might be worth betting on.  It’s all in knowing the anatomy of horses and I draw them and I’ve learn a lot about them.  Also over the years checking their stats and videos and just watching their strides without figuring out the bet form has help me a lot to win.
 
If they are off or the horse has perfect stride and just flying along that is the trick and knowing what horse to pick….the perfect stride like he has no care in the world.  The clue is their stride is it smooth, legs working together, are they foaming/sweating (if foaming and working too hard they slow down and die out unless a winning always does that). 
 
With virtual betting I won at the Kentucky Derby 2007, Street Sense $29,046.00 $2 bet; 2005 Giacomo $864,253.00 $1 bet; I forgot what year it was 4-5 years ago at the Kentucky Derby I won $89,950.00.  If I wasn’t disabled and had enough money to waste I would have actually bet on these horses.  I watched so much footage on Barbaro I still think if he had not injured himself he could had broken the Triple Crown cure. 
Triple Crown hopeful American Pharoah drew post No. 5 and faces seven rivals in Saturday’s Belmont Stakes.
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It took 37 years since Affirmed won the Triple Crown in 1978, finally the curse is broken!  American Pharaoh FINALLY BROKE THE 37 YEARS JINX he won the Triple Crown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Yeah Baby, I been watching racing since I was little and never missed the races.    I’m so good at it because I do my homework on all the stats I read and watch videos and I always win.  I lost only about 5 races with wrong line up horse but I will win my 2nd or 3rd places.
 
I've been virtually betting for years and I don't know how to read the betting form but I'm very good at reading horse.  I use to play Win, Place or Show when I was younger and the horse I pick always came in the exact order I pick and won.  I finally switched to Superfecta because sometimes picking the horse I’d end up with 4.
 
Before the Triple Crown and the Breeders Cup I watch the pre-shows to see how the horse ran then I go on the internet to their sites and check the horse’s stats, how many times did they win or place or show, if they had been injured recently but were release to race. 
 
If you are a horse race lover always check the horse's stats and video online before each Triple Crown race or any race and watch the smooth stride it’s all in the stride who wins.  Does it look like the horse is trying too hard and if he’s won a lot of 2nd places because of his stride and unless that is his mannerism of not having a great stride but is racing time and time again and his stats confirm he has 1st, 2nd; or 3rd  winner.
 
 Plus if the horse has a consistency to Win, Place or Show, he might be worth betting on.  It’s all in knowing the anatomy of horses and I draw them and I’ve learn a lot about them.  Also over the years checking their stats and videos and just watching their strides without figuring out the bet form has help me a lot to win.
 
If they are off or the horse has perfect stride and just flying along that is the trick and knowing what horse to pick….the perfect stride like he has no care in the world.  The clue is their stride is it smooth, legs working together, are they foaming/sweating (if foaming and working too hard they slow down and die out unless a winning always does that). 
 
With virtual betting I won at the Kentucky Derby 2007, Street Sense $29,046.00 $2 bet; 2005 Giacomo $864,253.00 $1 bet; I forgot what year it was 4-5 years ago at the Kentucky Derby I won $89,950.00.  If I wasn’t disabled and had enough money to waste I would have actually bet on these horses.  I watched so much footage on Barbaro I still think if he had not injured himself he could had broken the Triple Crown cure. 
The colt ran to victory in the Belmont Stakes Saturday, after winning the Derby and the Preakness. He's the first horse since 1978 to achieve what some call the most difficult feat in sports.
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This gorgeous Maroon bracelet is made with Miyuki seed beads, Preciosa fire-polished beads and pearls . The rich red deep color of Maroon inspired me...
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It took 37 years since Affirmed won the Triple Crown in 1978, finally the curse is broken!  American Pharaoh FINALLY BROKE THE 37 YEARS JINX he won the Triple Crown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Yeah Baby, I been watching racing since I was little and never missed the races.    I’m so good at it because I do my homework on all the stats I read and watch videos and I always win.  I lost only about 5 races with wrong line up horse but I will win my 2nd or 3rd places.
 
I've been virtually betting for years and I don't know how to read the betting form but I'm very good at reading horse.  I use to play Win, Place or Show when I was younger and the horse I pick always came in the exact order I pick and won.  I finally switched to Superfecta because sometimes picking the horse I’d end up with 4.
 
Before the Triple Crown and the Breeders Cup I watch the pre-shows to see how the horse ran then I go on the internet to their sites and check the horse’s stats, how many times did they win or place or show, if they had been injured recently but were release to race. 
 
If you are a horse race lover always check the horse's stats and video online before each Triple Crown race or any race and watch the smooth stride it’s all in the stride who wins.  Does it look like the horse is trying too hard and if he’s won a lot of 2nd places because of his stride and unless that is his mannerism of not having a great stride but is racing time and time again and his stats confirm he has 1st, 2nd; or 3rd  winner.
 
 Plus if the horse has a consistency to Win, Place or Show, he might be worth betting on.  It’s all in knowing the anatomy of horses and I draw them and I’ve learn a lot about them.  Also over the years checking their stats and videos and just watching their strides without figuring out the bet form has help me a lot to win.
 
If they are off or the horse has perfect stride and just flying along that is the trick and knowing what horse to pick….the perfect stride like he has no care in the world.  The clue is their stride is it smooth, legs working together, are they foaming/sweating (if foaming and working too hard they slow down and die out unless a winning always does that). 
 
With virtual betting I won at the Kentucky Derby 2007, Street Sense $29,046.00 $2 bet; 2005 Giacomo $864,253.00 $1 bet; I forgot what year it was 4-5 years ago at the Kentucky Derby I won $89,950.00.  If I wasn’t disabled and had enough money to waste I would have actually bet on these horses.  I watched so much footage on Barbaro I still think if he had not injured himself he could had broken the Triple Crown cure. 
The colt ran to victory in the Belmont Stakes Saturday, after winning the Derby and the Preakness. He's the first horse since 1978 to achieve what some call the most difficult feat in sports.
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It took 37 years since Affirmed won the Triple Crown in 1978, finally the curse is broken!  American Pharaoh FINALLY BROKE THE 37 YEARS JINX he won the Triple Crown!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Yeah Baby, I been watching racing since I was little and never missed the races.    I’m so good at it because I do my homework on all the stats I read and watch videos and I always win.  I lost only about 5 races with wrong line up horse but I will win my 2nd or 3rd places.
 
I've been virtually betting for years and I don't know how to read the betting form but I'm very good at reading horse.  I use to play Win, Place or Show when I was younger and the horse I pick always came in the exact order I pick and won.  I finally switched to Superfecta because sometimes picking the horse I’d end up with 4.
 
Before the Triple Crown and the Breeders Cup I watch the pre-shows to see how the horse ran then I go on the internet to their sites and check the horse’s stats, how many times did they win or place or show, if they had been injured recently but were release to race. 
 
If you are a horse race lover always check the horse's stats and video online before each Triple Crown race or any race and watch the smooth stride it’s all in the stride who wins.  Does it look like the horse is trying too hard and if he’s won a lot of 2nd places because of his stride and unless that is his mannerism of not having a great stride but is racing time and time again and his stats confirm he has 1st, 2nd; or 3rd  winner.
 
 Plus if the horse has a consistency to Win, Place or Show, he might be worth betting on.  It’s all in knowing the anatomy of horses and I draw them and I’ve learn a lot about them.  Also over the years checking their stats and videos and just watching their strides without figuring out the bet form has help me a lot to win.
 
If they are off or the horse has perfect stride and just flying along that is the trick and knowing what horse to pick….the perfect stride like he has no care in the world.  The clue is their stride is it smooth, legs working together, are they foaming/sweating (if foaming and working too hard they slow down and die out unless a winning always does that). 
 
With virtual betting I won at the Kentucky Derby 2007, Street Sense $29,046.00 $2 bet; 2005 Giacomo $864,253.00 $1 bet; I forgot what year it was 4-5 years ago at the Kentucky Derby I won $89,950.00.  If I wasn’t disabled and had enough money to waste I would have actually bet on these horses.  I watched so much footage on Barbaro I still think if he had not injured himself he could had broken the Triple Crown cure. 
For the first time since Affirmed in 1978, a horse swept the Triple Crown. American Pharoah became the 12th horse to accomplish the feat.
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Went to the store and tried to tell the guy what the song sounded like and he goes this is him.  When I got home and listened to it I realized he gave me the wrong CD, but this one is awesome!!!!!
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  • Butler High School
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Being disabled since 2000 and not having a pain-free day since my Nov 1998 car accident I have a neural element injury which keeps me from working and living a somewhat hermit/reclusive life style. On my good pain days I spend it researching my family tree Day-O'Dea-Dow-Mead-Miller-Roome of NJ & Morse-Dent of NY State on Ancestry.com. 

I’m not a Certified Genealogist but I’ve been at this for over 18 years and have made extra money helping out-of-state researchers or new to Genealogy.  I’ve also been asked to help 3 different Historical Societies with research.  Wayne and Kinnelon (Possible Butler and Kinnelon together since Meadtown cover both town and the Butter Nut tree was proven to be a hybrid, not over 200 years old) coincide since I’ve been tracking on and off for 18 years 2 Patents lands, the Pompton and Upper and Lower Pequannock that the 8 Associates bought off the Indians in 06 June 1695, 7 of which I’m related to.  Also the Patent land and additional land bought 04 Aug 1710 has passed down through the Wills for 96 years.

It started with my father wondering from where in Ireland his grandfather came from he was of the DAY/O”DEA origin lines.  I was told when I started that mine would be the hardest line to locate in Ireland since Patrick DAY married Mary O’Dea and Day derives from the O’Dea clan.  I have narrowed it down to Counties Clare and Kerry but I am unable to get into Ireland. I was unable to locate where they came from before my father passed Oct 2010, which I regret.

I always thought I was Irish, English and Dutch, but I’ve learn doing Genealogy my origin has grown.  My father was 1/2 Irish and 1/2 English with a bit French, on my mother's side I'm Dutch, Palatine German, French and French Huguenot that I know so far and just found out I’m Belgian on mother’s side too (July 2014).

My MEAD/MEET line has so much info to add it has taken me over 16 years and I’m still adding more and only have about ½ my tree uploaded.  In the past 6 months I only just started my grandmother’s ROOME/ROME line.  These two lines are of Dutch origin.

My MUELLER/MILLER turned into a project since I had the time to research whereas distant cousins didn’t.  So they all sent me what they had and I put the whole family together with their research with mine and what I could find on them and sent them back a tree file.  This line is Palatine German origin.

I had a problem with my grandmother’s MORSE/MORSS line, my father's side since it was a broken branch.  But since I bought the CD for my line from the Morse Society I’ve been able to follow it back to the Emigrant, I just haven’t entered the people that far back yet.  Her mother was a DENT and both are English origins.  I also found out I have the CD for the MORSE line of NJ which takes them back another line to the Emigrant on my mother's side.  The Morse Society will not sell all the CD’s, only the one you are related to.

During the Mass Migration of Palatine Germans, once here they settled in the Dutch Settlement due to the fact their dialects were similar and they both believed in Reformation/Reformed Religion.  They did not marry out of their religion for over 200 years and it was not until abt. 1778 they did; which makes me related to most of the Dutch lines of Northern NJ, NY State and NYC’s 5 Boroughs.  At the moment I have 43,730 people in my tree and didn’t realize how many great-grandparents you acquire.

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I am very Artist, I fit being a Pisces, I am extremely creative and can use my skills of creativity to shines through with my original one of a kind Jewelry designs and my Mass Media.
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Genealogy Research (18 years) for out-of-state Researcher of NJ, Jewelry Design and Artist Mass Media
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    I’m not a Certified Genealogist but I’ve been at this for over 18 years and have made extra money helping out-of-state researchers or new to Genealogy. I’ve also been asked to help 3 different Historical Societies with research. Wayne and Kinnelon coincide since I’ve been tracking on and off for 18 years 2 Patents lands, the Pompton and Upper and Lower Pequannock that the 8 Associates bought off the Indians in 06 June 1695, 7 of which I’m related to. Also the Patent land and additional land was bought by my 7th great-grandfather, John Mead on 04 Aug 1710 and has passed down through the Wills of my Mead family for 96 years. The Anniversary with the Patents is coming up and the Historian for Wayne Twp., Passaic Co., NJ asked if I would help her since she knows I’ve been trying to prove Meadtown (now Kinnelon) Pequannock Twp., Morris Co., NJ was not a Grant from the King as stated in the “History of Kinnelon” Book. So far I’ve located 1,710 and I believe the total is around 5,000 acres. I’ve save files and notes, Records, Deeds, Books etc. regarding the Patents. On 04 Aug. 1710 Jan Pieterse Meet (John Mead) and three partners Joris Ryerson, Hendrick Mandeville and Paulus Pauluszen Vanderbeeck "Vanderbeek" purchased 1000 acres west of the Pequannock River in what is now Morris Co., where some of his descendants later settled (Source William Nelson). The land was located in the area of Pompton Plains, Riverdale, Bloomingdale and Kinnelon. Original Mead and Mandeville's property was located in Pompton Twp., Bergen Co., NJ, which no long exist. Ryerson's property was partially located in Riverdale and Bloomingdale. It is possible that Paulus Vanderbeeck "Vanderbeek" was apart of the purchase but I'm not sure where his land was located, possibly Riverdale area. Which I believe the Meadtown (now Kinnelon) Pequannock Twp., Morris Co., NJ is part of John Mead purchases from the Patent land and the additional land of 04 Aug 1710 if I can finally find the deed to prove both since the Morris County Deed Office stated deeds and Patents go back to the 1695 purchase. I was asked by the Kinnelon Historical Society, once I locate all the acreages of land to re-write the “History of Meadtown”. For the Butler Museum (Historical Society) I will be doing Genealogy on people in Butler that they choose to display in the Museum once it re-opens from renovation.
  • Work From Home
    Last year to promote the use of Ancestry.com in the Riverdale, Morris Co., NJ Library, they had a night course to get people interested in Genealogy and I was invited to speak. My speech was named “The Coming of the Dutch” and pertained to the 8 Associates. On June 6, 1695 Arent Schulyer, with his associates Anthony Brockholst, Samuel Bayard, George (Joris) Ryerson, Jan Pieterse Meet (John Mead), Samuel Berry (Berrie), and son and father, David and Hendrick Mandeville purchase from the proprietors of the eastern division of NJ 5,500 acres of land just east of and bordering on the Pequannock River, a tract covered by the Indians purchase made in June of that year. It was a duel purchase since it was necessary to secure title from the Indians and the proprietors of East New Jersey. They purchased it from the Indians for a value in goods of 250 English pounds in wampum and merchandise. In addition, Ryerson, (Meet) Mead, Berry (Berrie) and the two Mandeville’s paid the proprietors 200 £ for their share of the patent (2000 acres, split about 400 acres a piece), which was on the eastern or Bergen County side of the Pequannock River. The deed of June of that year was signed by the Indians, "Onageponck," "Hielawith of Pequannock," and "Sajapogh, sachem of Minising". This purchase was for the area known as Pompton Valley... Pequannock, Beavertown (Lincoln Park), Towaco (Montville), Jacksonville (Pompton Plains), Bloomingdale and Pompton (Riverdale) and part of Butler and Kinnelon. They were the original 8 men that signed the Pompton Patent when the land was purchased from the Minisink Indians. This deed is mentioned in the Morris county records of deeds. In April 2014 I start making Jewelry again, working mainly with Pearls to supplement my income. Right now mainly Peals necklace, eventually moving into making bracelet and earrings too and I’m teaching myself ear cuffs with wire. I also work in Mass Media, Pastels, Pen & Ink, Pencil, Scratch Board and hand building Pottery, but lack a kiln to use for that. I also crochet and from pattern books have designed my own projects. My Jewelry is by word of mouth right now but I eventually want to add a web site of my Mass Media to Etsy.com
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