Tag Archives: Family

Grandma’s Dining Room Table

I recently read an article by Paul G. Nauta that stated it only takes 3 generations to lose oral family history. Basically, talk to your grandchildren about your grandparents or their stories will be lost. I like family history, the … Continue reading

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American Healthcare Kills Americans, News at 11!

Last week, we entered the hallowed ground of American healthcare. On Tuesday, as I was on day 2 of driving home from Savannah Matt called and said he didn’t feel good. Ok, that’s weird. It’s pretty rare that Matt doesn’t … Continue reading

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Lap Dog

About 13 years ago, our little Minnesota small town neighborhood had a peeper who lived 4 doors down. He was also known to go ahead and walk right into the neighbors homes when he pleased. Unpleasant to say the least. … Continue reading

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Roots

I have always been intrigued with the stories about the immigrants. ┬áBoth Grandparent’s on my mother’s side came from Sweden, Grandma with her family and Grandpa (who I never got to meet, he died when my mom was 12) on … Continue reading

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