I Marched

“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what it’s for.” –Laurel Clark (astronaut killed in Columbia accident) I marched with a group of 200 men and women on Saturday in one of the sister marches to the Women’s March on Washington. I know there are many who did not think this was “appropriate”... Continue Reading →

Remembering a WWII Veteran from My Family Tree

My great uncle James Kelton January died in the Pacific theater of World War II. I discovered this by accident while doing family history work, which I love.  Modern technology has made it easy (and addicting) to find and trace your relatives. While my family history work has slowed down because of my academic research... Continue Reading →

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