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#Wk2GenealogyDoOverBlog: Self Obituary Interview

Genealogy Do-Over Week # 2 Self-Interview or sorts

I know what I wrote is presumptuous. It’s how I roll.

  1. What do I want people to learn about me?
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Stale Bread, Fading Sweet Peppers, and Chopped Onions makes what?

My local grocery store is only quarter mile down the road. I like to shop the clearance racks before planning my meals for the day or the week depending on what I find. 872 more words

What's for Lunch?

What is a person to do with Stale Italian Bread

Two Tablespoons of Tahini Spread

Four lonely Cherry Tomatoes

1/3 cup of Grated Cheese

And a solo Sweet Yellow Pepper… 102 more words

52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Post #1: Tina M. Hutchins (1874-1949)

52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Post # 1: Tina M. Hutchins (1874-1949)

Amy Crow issued a challenge this January, 52 Ancestors in 52 weeks. Her premise was to write about a specific ancestor each week. 1,244 more words

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Polish American Names- Please Help

Researching my husband family tree is a slow process for several reasons that I will not list to save face for several family members. Today’s stumbling block is regarding the name changes made after coming to America. 720 more words

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Save the Fat Are you Crazy?

As the New Year begins you see advertisements to lose the fat. I grew up hearing my mother, Shirley Beatrice Pease Stearns, and Great Aunt, Carrie Lula Stearns Perkins, telling me “Don’t waste the bacon grease!” 737 more words

Scrapple Mom’s Way

Today I listened to Mondays with Mryt. Part of the discussion was about traditions. “Cousin Russ” mentioned having Scrapple at the holidays. In honor of my Mom and “Cousin Russ,” no relation to me that I have found yet; I decided to make my mom’s Version of Scrapple. 432 more words