Before I return to the tedious tasks of wrapping and packing dishes and glasses I want to announce a new blog created earlier this month. 169 more words
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Sometimes you just have to pull back and admit to making a leap of faith where none was warranted. Seeing things clearly through a blindfold of belief or hope or desire isn’t always easy. 518 more words
1836-1855 Coshocton County, Ohio Andrew Croy (son of Jacob) and Susanna Croy (daughter of Jacob Oswalt)with their family, including Jacob Croy, my GGgrandfather
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By the late 1830’s, the canal system in Ohio was fully operational It connected Lake Eerie and the Ohio River.
Rough hands pulled and pushed Josefa’s seemingly lifeless body onto the deck of the schooner her canoe had run into. She would have cried out in pain had she been conscious, for all this was done without care and she landed heavily amongst rolls of cord and kegs piled on the deck. 1,260 more words
My Mom used to tell me a story about Buona Fortuna and Mala Fortuna whenever I was a child and questioned why I shouldn’t wish for the good luck to get more money or extra gifts from relatives or friends. 1,331 more words