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How Many Milch Cows?

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, once again deeply engrossed in genealogical research. Now that I have the time to explore Ancestry.com more thoroughly, I’m discovering wonderful treasure troves of useless information. A big time-waster? Probably, but to my mind it’s … Continue reading

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The 1950 Census is Out

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. As regular readers of this blog know, I’m a genealogy buff, so I was eagerly anticipating the April 1 release of the U. S. census taken in 1950. I didn’t expect to learn too much … Continue reading

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Rehabbing the Geek Room

John Clark sharing the changes to my favorite room here at the house. First a bit of background. We lived in our first home for 27 years, doing one heck of a lot of renovation as well as building a … Continue reading

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Questionable Behavior

John Clark pondering whether to get a ouija board or go to a psychic. I’m thinking about all the unanswered questions that have accumulated over the years, the ones I was too young, too in a hurry, too self-centered, or … Continue reading

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The Story of How the Orange Mailbox Came to Be

Since yesterday was the 4th of July, and the 44th anniversary of the dastardly deed that started the creation of my late mother’s world famous icon, it’s a good time to share how it came about. I was home from … Continue reading

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