Meeting the GPS and the Power of Threes


My sister and nephew were recently visiting from Oxford. Not the one in Granville County, North Carolina. THE Oxford, as in England. When they visit we try to always do something new and outside our comfort level. Last year we zip-lined. Yes, even me with my fear of heights. That…

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Relationship Estimates


Every story has a beginning and every journey has a first step. But right before that there is a pivotal moment. Breath is exhaled and destinies defined. That moment of breath is part of my story. It is also part of my journey into knowing from whence I came. It…

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Poem – Ancestry


Ancestry By Edgar A. Guest   Some would know what lies ahead; Others search the dusky past Wondering whose, among the dead, Are the shadows that are cast; Who the weak ones and the strong And the foolish and the wise, Sharing all the right and wrong Of this morning’s…

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In Search of Organization – Evernote

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IGHR One thing is for sure after a week of intensive study at the Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research (IGHR) there is no lack of inspiration for blogging. This past week in Georgia was no different. This post is a shout-out to Evernote. A little piece of free software…

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Cemetery: Greenlawn Memorial Park

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Some Roads Lead to the Cemetery Relocating to coastal Carolina was a great move. It has been all good. Alligators living about 10 feet outside of my back door? No problem. Heck I’ve even figured out all the best tricks to survive the difficult humidity of July and August. The…

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