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Check Out My Kickstarter Page!


Hello followers! I created a Kickstarter page today and would like to share it with everyone in hopes of getting the word out there about my Children’s Book Series – “Growing Up Gracie.” The series will follow a little girl who goes through childhood along with your kiddies! Gracie will do all the things your child does and will go through life and learn new things! The first book in the series will be titled “Gracie and the Lost Christmas Gift.” 

The story will allow children and their parents to enjoy a Christmas tale where Gracie finds a lost gift in a large crowd and tries her very best to return it to its owner. Gracie will help children learn the importance of the Christmas holiday while showing how amazing it feels to lend a helping hand to those in need! 

As of today, my page will have 29 days left to accept donations. My goal is $5,000, any little bit will help considering how much it costs to get a book proofread, edited and created. 

If you cannot donate, please share with friends! Thank you in advance.





Facts About Earth That You Never Knew

Bizarre yet intriguing…


The cost of the most expensive object ever built, the International Space Station: $150 billion.

A human can survive for two minutes in space while unprotected.

There are not 24 hours in a day, there are 23 hours, 56 minutes & 4 seconds… Which is the time it takes Earth to rotate on its axis, called a sidereal day.

The Great Wall of China cannot be seen from space, but its air pollution can.

NASA estimates on average that 1 piece of “space junk” returns to Earth each day.

There are 8.6 million lightning strikes a day.

The water on Earth is 97% salted & 3% fresh.

Antarctica has as much ice as the Atlantic Ocean has water.

90% of rubbish in our oceans is plastic.

99% of the living space on Earth is represented by oceans.

Up to 1 million species live in the Earth’s oceans, 2/3 are yet to be described.

90% of all volcanic activity occurs in the oceans.

It has been 2 million years since the last rainfall in the driest place on Earth: Dry Valleys, Antarctica.

The continents move 2 centimeters each year.

75% of the Earth’s animal could be extinct within 300 years.


SOURCE: This information was found at: http://all-that-is-interesting.com/tag/astounding/page/6/

I just had to share this… a great informational site on pretty much the most random things one can think of!  Take a look, I guarantee you’ll be hooked!