A while back I heard a conversation where one parent told another they didn't need to give their child advice anymore because that child was now an adult. I thought about this for quite sometime and mulled it over and over in my head. Here are my thoughts: The only time we are done doing… Continue reading When are we done?
A name is given to everything. Trees, Insects, Things, People. Literally everything. We name our children, pets, and even our automobiles. So when the prompt for week 6 in #52Ancestors came up as Favorite Name, I was stuck. Over the last few days, I have diligently to update my ancestry records online from documents I… Continue reading What is in a name?
An invitation to dinner is week fours writing prompt from #52Ancestors! To imagine having any one of my ancestors, family members known or unknown to dinner is just exciting. But how does one narrow down that invitation to just one when your ancestors date back past the 1400s. That's a lot people to choose from.… Continue reading An invitation to dinner
This weeks #52Ancestors prompt is about longevity... the oldest relative you had or something along that lines. While, I know I am a day or so behind I've had this topic on my mind trying to determine who'd I consider. I thought of all the ones who have passed on and their lives. The ones… Continue reading Longevity
Week 2 prompt for #52ancestors is a favorite photo. I thought long and hard about what I thought my favorite family photo was. This was a true inner struggle. I first considered photos of my grandparents (either side), (below is Vera and Cecil Dyess together, Vera Dyess ) (I couldn't locate photos of my maternal grandparents… Continue reading Favorite Photo
It's been a little while since I have posted a book review and I must say this is a wonderful book to start the new year off with! Another 5 butterfly creation for the impressionable youth! Robinson has created The Dragon Grammar Book for kids that is fun, interactive, and easy to understand. Every aspect… Continue reading The Dragon Grammar Book by Diane Mae Robinson
Over the last few years, I have slowly begun to dive into the genealogy of my family. Years ago, my mother worked an endless number of hours gathering data, researching documents, and joining organizations to learn more about our history. Not just hers or mine but that of our family! I'm blessed to have all… Continue reading Genealogy and Words