This past month or so the subject of traditions has come up in our family several times. Personally, I’m on the fence about them. I get tired of repeating the same meal or doing the same thing on a specific holiday. But there’s comfort in them, too. I recognize the serenity in being able to […]
Remembering Southern Christmases… When there was no snow or ice – But Santa still came for all of us kids ( whether we were naughty or nice) Remember – no snow in Jerusalem – But Christmas occurred just the same…. Wasn’t weather or singing or ribbons of red that gave this day it’s name.
from the past..
We’ve had a veteran’s theme going on all week on facebook and in other blog posts. On veteran’s day, my friend, Peggy Sanders, https://www.facebook.com/peggy.sanders.16 , http://writingwidgets.wordpress.com/ posted the following remarks on facebook: “Thank you, veterans. And thank you to the veterans who don’t wear uniforms–the military families who make it possible for service members to […]
How many of you are recording your family history? In this electronic age, it’s easy to fall into that “I don’t need to save this stuff…I can always look it up on the internet” mentality. And for state and national historical events, that’s true. However I still save newspapers and things about current events. I […]