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Charles Shaughnessy iBlog #1

Charles Shaughnessy ilBog #1

Ephemeral brain droppings, rants and eureka moments from Charles Shaughnessy

You know how much Charlie loves to blog? Well, did you know that Charlie has his own YouTube Channel? He has started doing video blogs & posting them there!  We are going to re-post them on here too, so feel free to comment on what he is saying on Charlie's Only Connect! Blog here on Blogger.  We use this blog to give you all the news! 

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So here it is, iBlog #1


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  1. I doubt this will make you feel any better, Charlie, but if you're anything like my mother--the worrying/concern will never stop, regardless of how old your children are. She still worries when I travel without her...and usually I'm not even leaving the county, much less traveling to a foreign country. And if I'm going somewhere without cell service (which does happen where I live), she really gets anxious.

    Anyway--thanks for sharing your thoughts this way, and I'm looking forward to more iBlogs (although I'm still going with the more traditional written ones...historians just feel more comfortable with the written word).

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