This is an introduction to share what mysteriously and wonderfully fills a part of my mind and time besides writing a novel on my mom’s childhood, my fictional book Light Through The Willows, and four book sets of my poems. All of which will be presented in smaller form to promote and highlight my work.
Though I have not completed my schooling to be a Professional Genealogist, I am a persistent researcher. My husband and I just came back from a trip to Kentucky meeting with his family which I will describe in more detail in another post.
One Large Family Tree, I am proud to say, has been COMPLETED and fashioned in to a book for a dear client. Her enthusiasm was addictive! She knows my mom, and it was so much fun to hear them talking back and forth several times a week about not only finding family here but in other countries as well!
Mom’s Large Family Tree I am tackling plus one more for a client I met in my therapy for my speech and cognitive after being hit by a text driver. I believe this tragedy occurred to send me emotionally and physically on to another path and in a different direction and I am loving it!
The main photo of a tree is one from our front yard. Stately and Strong! Standing under this magnificent beauty makes me think of our ancestors, their strength and perseverance, growing a strong family through prayer strength and love.
My research takes me all over the place. At times I feel like a rabbit on many rabbit trails, but I never want to give up looking and searching down that next trail. Have a beautiful day from all of us here in Watertown, Tennessee on New O’Hana Farm, TN