A friend sent me this link. Listen very carefully.
May 2008 archive
Why did we spend 45 minutes covering and bringing in plants last night? It didn’t freeze. Now I’ve got to spend a little longer uncovering everything and taking it back out. Oh well.
Sponsored by the City of Auburn Hill and the Chrysler Foundation. Saturday Sept. 6, 2008 from 12 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Civic Center Park, 1827 N Squirrel Rd., Auburn Hills, MI Special Concensus Cherryholmes Pine Mountain Railroad Hardline Drive The Cats and the Fiddler The Emcee is David Blakney. This is a free show, be there!
Are you already there? Michael Cleveland is appearing Saturday, check the link for more. See you there!
The behinder I get. I know it’s not a word, but it is the way things are going. The yard, the garden, the list. We are headed out tomorrow for a couple of days in Lex. We could probably go tonight, but my stuff isn’t together. Not that it will be tomorrow, but it might …
If you can find Henry H. Fellows, and his wife, Belle Lamunion on your family tree, you are invited to the reunion of their descendants. I once wrote about some treasures in Belle’s box. Historically, Belle’s family “got together”, but sometime later the reunion of what was then the Fellows family, was called a Fenton …
Saturday, I was determined to get the rest of my new flower bed ready. I’m sure if D1 hadn’t sent out super-strong GS2 I’d still be out there. He really made a difference, and after Papa tilled it up with the little tiller, it’s ready to go. My daughters gave me a beautiful umbrella for …
This year, I’m without my Mom for the first time in my life. Harder than I thought it would be. So, here’s my favorite photo of her. hotel furnishing in Bulgaria
There are 3 class photos on page 15. I believe they must have a young Jane in them, since the time looks right, and they are on “her” page. Can you help? Which child in each of these three photographs is Margaret Jane Yearnd? These are thumbnails, you can click each to see the original …
Page fifteen contains Aunt Jane photographs. Aunt Jane was Margaret Jane Yearnd. She once told us a story of being sent home with a note from the teacher, early in her first year of school. The teacher said there were too many girls named Margaret in the class, and she would be known as Jane. …