If I’m not mistaken, this is the third time I’ve addressed personal hobbies in the Families Across Time blog. In February 2015 (Hobbies bring ancestors to life), I wrote about how knowing what your parents and grandparents did for fun could bring them to life in your writings. In March (Collecting and Family History) I … Continue reading
I presume that most of the time us family historians tend to focus on two groups of people: our ancestors and our contemporary relatives. While this makes sense from a research perspective, it eliminates one of the most important groups of people: us. We tend to forget that we are the lynchpin connecting the past … Continue reading
Music has always been a part of my life. While I never learned how to read or write music or play a musical instrument, it was always there. As a child growing up in the 1970s, I had the unique opportunity to experience music and television at the same time. I remember our family sitting … Continue reading
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