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Time Capsule

I know I’ve been gone for a long time.  These past few months have been pretty rough, between politics, work, migraines and such.  I’ve been channeling a lot of my negative energy into home improvement, landscaping, and cleaning out all my closets. 453 more words


I Found Him


In 2014, I started seeking my Mothers relatives and ancestry through committed genealogical research. See my German Ancestry Here

There are many naysayers about communicating with the dead, but I have dreams, and many of them, where they speak to me. 363 more words


Ainsley Outed!

I swear I was NOT watching Fox & Friends this morning purposely. I didn’t even realize it was on one of the televisions in the workout room in the hotel where I was staying. 223 more words


He Breaks Me

Well y’all. I know it’s been a hot second. This is a direction I never thought I’d go in, or more accurately, not a direction I ever thought I’d go in… 533 more words

Brain Gardening

New WEA Ancestry course for Boston - Trace the Ancestors Next Steps

Do your ancestors appear in poor records?  Did they break the law?  What if they were illegitimate? Is it worth DNA testing? For those of you who know the basics
, here’s a course to help you take your family history further. 70 more words


My German Ancestry

Beginning with Mom

The first Schramm in my life was of course my lovely Mother Barbara Ann Schramm. Mom was born to Robert Andrew Schramm and Josephine Paro on November 15, 1948 at Mother Cabrini Hospital in the Bronx, New York. 2,553 more words


Following my line


Don’t mind me. I’m another wannabe writer taking up a tiny fraction of the internet.
I needed a place to jot down my thoughts; they’re a little out of control as of late. 126 more words