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Winsome Wednesday

Welcome to Wednesday — let’s make it Winsome! Winsome: adjective: comes from the Old English word, “wynn” — which means pleasure or delight. The word sometimes carries with it the feeling of CHILDLIKE joy or INNOCENCE that is attractive and pleasing to others. 445 more words


Bar stool nightstands

I apologize for the invisibility, but in my defense, I thought I had pneumonia…

Anyways, the following are photos of a couple of bar stools that I turned into nightstands for myself and the husband. 88 more words


Winsome Wednesday



Probably won’t happen every Wednesday, but here are some of the fun crafty things I’m working on, whilst the husband is at school. Sorry for the stinky cell phone photos… 222 more words


Am I drifting or doing Inferential Genealogy?

I am following the Mastering Genealogical Proof Study Group presented my Dear Myrtles’ Genealogy Blog. The Mastering Genealogy Proof book is written by Dr. Thomas Jones who also has presented lessons on… 660 more words


Tombstone Tuesday: Hannah Nelson, No not that one the other one


Wife of

Philip Nelson

Died April 16, 1831

In her 73, year

Virtue lies beyond the grave.

This grave marker does not tell Hannah’s full story. 68 more words


Winsome Wednesday: Welcome to the Bay. Go home now. Don’t disembark.

“Go back to England. You would be better off with the King and his wife than here.” “Go to another Colony; Plymouth, New Hampshire or Connecticut. 754 more words

Winsome Wednesday: I have a Baby Catcher in my family, Maybe, Maybe Not

 I have a Baby Catcher in my family, maybe, maybe not

I recently watched the live webinar “Is there a baby catcher in your Bloodline? By Jane Neff Rollins. 962 more words