Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sunday’s Obituary – The Death of a Child

As a mother myself, when I hear about the death of a child it brings terror to my heart.  It physically hurts to think about a child dying.  I have been thinking about this alot today because a young girl … Continue reading

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‘Life’s a Journey’ – Movie Memories

My movie memories as a kid and teen were all about the music.  I grew up watching “Oklahoma” live every year at Discoveryland.  My mom and I watched “The Sound of Music” every year when it came on TV.  And … Continue reading

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Motivation Monday – Working on someone else’s family tree

Sometimes I get bogged down in the branches of my cumbersome family tree.  I am way past the easy swinging from branch to branch that often happens at the beginning; where you find your grandparents and from there just start … Continue reading

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Surname Saturday – Ward

I have found our branch of Ward’s to be a frustrating branch to research.  Beside’s the fact that Ward is a common name, my husband’s line liked to move around.  It wasn’t hard to get back to his great great … Continue reading

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‘Life’s A Journey’, Week 5 – Teenage Crush

I don’t remember having alot of crushes as a teenager.  I was more of a reader than a movie or music fan.  But I do remember one crush.  For a long time my favorite show was MacGyver, and I liked … Continue reading

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‘Life’s a Journey’ Family Stories – Bestest Friends

I have never been the girl with a group of friends all hanging out together. I usually have a few close friends and hang out one on one. I have several friends I have kept in contact with since childhood. … Continue reading

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I ain’t dead yet

I love this blog – this post is one of the reasons why!

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