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Ann Hinds
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A Day Without Genealoogy Is Like a Day Without Sunshine
A Day Without Genealoogy Is Like a Day Without Sunshine

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Peabody Elementary School, Dallas, Texas, 1941-1942, Combined 4th and 5th grades
My mother, Ruby (Yeakley) Rhea, graduated in 1941, from Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas. She earned a BS Degree in Library Science. As part of her education, she was required to teach an elementary school class. I don't know if she chose Peabody E...

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X is for Xray
Ok, this is really a stretch but what can you do with an Xray. Fortunately, we have a couple that lend themselves to a crafty use. On May 1, 2014, my child broke his leg warming up for a league game. It was a long recovery as he was sidelined for about 5 mo...

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S is for Shrinky Dinks
I needed two gifts for Christmas in a hurry and I was looking for ideas. While I was rumaging through my craft stash, I found the Shrinky Dink paper that I had put away. Terrific idea I thought. So I found letters online and cut them out. I colored pretty f...

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M is for Mossie and Maude
Way back in the beginning of my family history research, I ran across the names Mossie and Maude. I thought the names were a little strange but then, my name is Ann Eliese so I guess I shouldn't throw stones. Anyway, the more I researched, the more I found ...

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L is for Livesay
Sheldon Livesay is my 2nd cousin. He is the director of an outreach ministry in Rogersville, Tennesse that feeds not only souls but the bodies of so many in the three surrounding counties. Of One Accord Ministry  is actually much more and is doing a great j...
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