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Behind The Board: Chomping at the Bit

So, it’s been a WHILE since I last posted a blog entry.  Life has this way of forcing you to prioritize things in ways that you hadn’t anticipated.   690 more words

Annie Ober: marriage

“Social Matters.” Washington Evening Star, 6 February 1891, p. 3.


Debbie Matenopoulos reveals marriage and pregnancy

Home & Family host Debbie Matenopoulos is full of big news: She got married last summer and is now pregnant with her first child, People… 64 more words


Why are life-changing experiences so important?

Well I just wrote the entire post and it got deleted accidentally. Hah, ironic isn’t it. It isn’t life-changing but I’m sure to write my posts on Word before pasting it here instead of typing it directly. 175 more words


April 17, 2014- To Be in a Relationship or Not To Be

Recently I was in the market when I was approached by a woman.  Yes, it does happen once every blue moon.   However as it turned out it was not due to my unmistakable charm.  261 more words


Friends of the Family: The Bradstreets

Nathaniel2 Wade (Jonathan1) was the second son and the sixth child (that we know of) of Jonathan and Susannah Wade. He was born about 1648 based on a description of his tombstone in the old Medford Cemetery which reads “Here Lies ye Body of Maj. 2,240 more words

Wade Family

From a Dentist ot a Baker

Changing tracks, for the sake of love, translated…

My husband is an only son, in his parents’ expectations, after he’d graduated from the major of pharmacy, he’d studied for two years, and gotten into dental school. 625 more words