Monthly Archives: July 2021

#52Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Fashion

This week’s prompt in Amy Johnson Crow’s 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks project is fashion. When I think of that topic with regard to my family tree, two stories come to mind. After my great-grandfather Billie Stevens left the sawmill, … Continue reading

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#52Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Transportation

My maternal grandmother, Willie Stevens Cook, used to teach a book called “Singing Wheels.” I read it when I stayed with her. I don’t remember the details, but it was about a family going west in covered wagons. When I … Continue reading

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#52Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Free

I was reminded this week of a game my family used to play when we were on road trips. We traveled a lot. My dad was in the Navy, so we would drive long distances when we moved. My mom … Continue reading

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#52Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Conflict

I’m two weeks late on this post, because I guess there hasn’t been much drama in my family, or maybe I was just blissfully unaware. I can’t think of any family conflicts and I don’t know much about my relations’ … Continue reading

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Another top-notch thriller from Hank Phillippi Ryan

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