Sharing Memories

How else do we learn about our ancestry and our history without the common practice of sharing memories. They are not always happy memories, like today’s holiday and the reasons for celebrating Memorial Day. Yet, we can celebrate. We can Read More …

Hold On To The Past

When you hold on to the past, be sure you just hold onto memories. Let go of anything sad…it doesn’t need to be dwelled upon too much to have meaning. Historic sites and what they meant, so that you can Read More …

Lost the Art

In our technological advances we have all but lost the art of craftsmanship. I was reminded today – hearing the woman describe the feeling of the wood, beneath the tools, at her hands – of childhood. As we move further Read More …

It’s My Story

When it’s my story we are telling, there can be any number of focus points. Growing up from childhood. My school years. Sports and clubs. College days. Early career. Marriage. Children. More children. Career changes. Life goals. Caring for parents Read More …

Pretty Serious Recognition

After a number of fun, seasonal holiday weekends and events – we are ready some pretty serious recognition. This weekend, we celebrate by saying thank you and acknowledge our US Veterans. This is something we should do each and every Read More …

About Ghosts

Tonight, I participated in a local tour about ghosts with stories that literally make up some components of the history of our town, our region and, incidentally, our country. Are they all real situations? Well. The people were real. The Read More …