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What is she like?

She shines through the cracks on her skin
She stands tall despite of her broken bones.

The radiance of her smile in the face of… 30 more words

English Poetry

Are you into blogging about genealogy?

If you’re not, then don’t start.

This  is post 937.

I couldn’t control myself when I found that document about Marie Dufault.

I just had to look for Urbain Aubé’s family and little Alphonse.


The Pause

I was walking fast. Because I was thinking fast.

I was overseeing a project that was derailing, I had a menacingly close deadline, I was moving in nine days, and the internet wasn’t working. 272 more words

What I Learned in June (Part 2)

And just like that, it’s a week into July. By now, you know I’m shocked every time a new month rolls around. Seriously, I don’t know why I’m constantly stunned by time passing, but I am. 509 more words

Maybe life...

Maybe life is not about having everything all sorted out. Maybe life’s not about having a fully formed plan for what you want to do in the future, and then passionately pursuing that with everything you have. 110 more words


Are you into genealogy?

If you’re not, then don’t start.

1861 census page

This is post 935.

Little did I know, back in July 2007, when my brother brought me pictures to scan, that I would find so many lost ancestors. 76 more words


Reflection: June

“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” ― Søren Kierkegaard

Each month, I set aside a chunk of time to reflect on the previous month: memorable moments, lessons I learned, how I spent my time, how I’m different, who/what I’m grateful for, improvements for next month, and goals to work toward. 202 more words