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Ken McGinnis
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Programmer, Developer of Legacy Family Tree Genealogy Software, Love my awesome Family. Ride Dirt Bikes and a Harley Davidson.
Programmer, Developer of Legacy Family Tree Genealogy Software, Love my awesome Family. Ride Dirt Bikes and a Harley Davidson.

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7/24/15
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Wow, so inspiring!!!  I just watched the Webinar Geoff Rasmussen​ presented today on Genealogy Serendipity.  He did such an awesome job.  For all of my friends I hope you will watch this.  I was there during one of the experiences Geoff shares and it really was unbelievable in how it all happened.  Geoff shares some very emotional and touching experiences he has had during his life while searching for his ancestors.  Watch it and then share this with all your fiends and family.  

http://www.familytreewebinars.com/watch-video-free.php?webinar_id=275

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Another great ride!
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2014-08-30
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Had a great ride today. 
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I'm so lucky that I found the Lord.  He changed my life.  I can't imagine what my life would be like without Him.  As I try to put the Lord first in my life everything else seems to fall into place.  True happiness, peace and joy come from knowing Him and having a relationship with Him.  I testify that He is real and that He lives.  

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This picture was taken in Geiranger, Norway the day we cruised through the Norway Fjord. The Fjords are so awesome. Looking over the cliff I couldn't see the bottom, it was way, way down there :)  This was an amazing 25 day trip around Ireland, Norway, France, England, Scotland, Denmark and Sweden. We traveled around Ireland for 8 days and then went on two cruises see www.legacyfamilytree.com/CruiseInfo_2012.asp
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Awesome trip. I would love this adventure!!!

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Just wanted to share some of the attention our new webinar subscription service is getting.  Check it out!

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Daisy Grace McGinnis our granddaughter had a heart surgery today. The do the operation microscopically but ran into a problem because one of her veins was in the wrong place called PAPVR described below. While in there they did some work on the veins and then closed her back up. The doctor came out and said there were two options, if they finished the surgery today they would have to open her chest up (split the sternum) and do full open heart surgery. They second option which they recommended was to fix a couple things that they could get to then close her up. Let her heal for six months and and then she has to go back to the hospital again for a second heart surgery but they will go in under the arm through the ribs to work on things. Ken McGinnis Jr and Emily Mariner McGinnis chose the second options because there were fewer risks involved for their daughter. It's heart breaking to see your granddaughter or any young child in the hospital. I'm sure glad we are living in this day and age where we have such great doctors and hospitals.

The four pulmonary veins return oxygen-rich blood from the lungs to the left atrium. From there, blood flows through the left ventricle to the aorta, where it is pumped to the rest of the body. In partial anomalous pulmonary venous return (PAPVR), one or two of the pulmonary veins returns blood to the right atrium instead of the left atrium. This causes oxygen-rich blood to flow back to the lungs instead of on to the rest of the body.
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