What childhood memories flood your mind? What childhood activities did your ancestors enjoy? Share your memories with us! Continue reading “Childhood”
Share a favorite memory or share a spooky tale! Continue reading “Halloween – Trick or Treat?”
Teacher. Abolitionist. Educational Reformer. Labor Organizer. Suffragist. Women’s Rights Pioneer. Temperance Worker. Civil Rights Leader. Author.
One of the most influential female advocates for Civil Rights was Susan B. Anthony. Through her tireless efforts, she championed for social justice, women’s rights, and the emancipation of slaves. This remarkable woman left a lasting legacy as a heroine for justice for all people of this nation, and her historical accounts have continued to inspire people in our country.
What’s on your heart? Share your memory here!
Do you have a great grandmother’s lace doily? Or a grandfather’s beloved pocket watch? What gift do you possess that brings the past to life? Time to share about another favorite heirloom. Continue reading “Heirlooms”
What is your favorite fall tradition? Share a favorite tale about a family tradition. Continue reading “Fall Traditions”
What are you thankful for this year? Family, friends, a home, pets…so many things to be grateful for in this life. Continue reading “November Themes”
What hilarious escapades took place at home when you were a child? Or what comedy of errors did an ancestor fashion? Or perhaps you have a favorite tale of your own to share with your children. Upload your stories here and share your tales with us! Continue reading “Funny Family Tales”
Some ideas are like trails of standing dominoes; once you knock the first into action, they can quickly turn into a series of unintended consequences that are impossible to stop. This is the story of once such idea. Hold on! This is quite a ride…
What mischievous pranks did your grandfather take part in at school when he was just a lad? Or save some of those memories for your children and share about your own spirited shenanigans! Continue reading “Childhood Mischief”