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50 Foods #1: Woolly Mammoth


Origin: Northern Europe and Siberia
Date: From about 40,000 BP until the end of the Ice Age
Type: large extinct animal

The Ice Age never sits well with me, for I don’t believe that for one second the world was once populated with cavemen (or dinosaurs for that matter). The so-call woolly mammoth was said to be driven to extinct by climate changes and human impacts. The world is old, but I don’t think its 2.5 million years old and the Bible certainly didn’t mention anything about woolly mammoths as meat. Don’t tell me what to believe in. Just like many people don’t believe in the source of a Greater and Higher Power above, I don’t believe in Ice Age and evolution.

Nevertheless, woolly mammoths were said to be pit roasted during the Pleistocene period which humans and mammoths shared for 20,000 years.

Maybe it took an entire village to kill one of those things… or maybe not.

Image: Daily Mail

Either way, I still cannot fathom that woolly mammoths ever walked the face of this earth.

Would I eat it?: NO! I would’ve found other means of survival. 

However, I did enjoy that Ice Age cartoon CRO when I was a child.

Challenges/Tags/Fun Stuff

Share your world for week of December 18th


Cee’s Share Your World Challenge continues this week, so let’s goooo!

If you could hire someone to help you, would it be with cleaning, cooking, or yard work?

Just last evening, my friend messaged me saying that she needs some sleep and a chef to cook for her after working so hard this year, and I joked that we could share the chef. 🙂 Make that a French chef, too. 

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If you were to move and your home came fully furnished with everything you ever wanted, list at least three things from your old house you wish to retain?

Besides my Bible, maybe the graphic designs I’ve made and framed on my wall.

What calms you down?

Reading the Word, praying, and talking to God.

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What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week?  Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. 

I don’t think I was actually inspired this past week, but I look forward to changing that soon.

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***GIFs and pictures via Google Search


Challenges/Tags/Fun Stuff

31 days of lists challenge: days 16-21

Here I go again! 🙂

Day 16: Halloween costume ideas

I don’t celebrate this holiday at all.

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Day 17: Other lives I'd want to live if I had nine lives

Ooh, this is a good question, but I’m not a cat and I quite like this life.

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Day 18: Favorite scents

Vanilla and coconut. 

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Day 19: Favorite girls' names

Can I do favorite boys’ names instead? I love, love, LOVE the names Nicholas, Marcus, Ray, and Michael.

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Day 20: Guilty pleasures

“Don’t feel guilty if you like something.” No truer words have ever been spoken by Matthew Gray Gubler. 

Day 21: Favorite words

At the moment, it’s bonjour, salut, Dieu, and amour.

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365 Days of Writing

December 21st: My number one


Who is the most important person in your life? Describe that person in as great a detail as you can muster and most importantly, tell us why you cherish this person.

That’ll be Jesus Christ. ❤ I cherish Him because He is madly in love with us, is selfless, He died for us, and is the ultimate role model. He had a sense of humor, He intercedes on behalf of us, He gave us the Holy Spirit. He is the only Superhero who can save us. Jesus is my heart.

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