Monthly Archives: July 2016

Time to Move the Hose

Water is often scarce in Colorado, and we were permitted to water on odd days of the month only since our house number ended in an odd number. One day when my sister moved the hose, she found a very … Continue reading

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Tumbleweeds

When we first moved West from Massachusetts to Colorado, there were frequent dust storms. And even though windows and storm windows were shut, the dirt found its way inside the house.  In the Fall, the wind whipped up the tumbleweeds … Continue reading

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Singin’ and Fiddlin’

  Singing in Seattle Months of voice lessons and practice singing country songs in preparation for my trip to the Northwest to sing with my sister who fiddles and sings in several groups near Seattle. My music background has been … Continue reading

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A Genealogy of Niemczura of Radgoszcz, Polska

In May 1983,  my father compiled and published a genealogy of our Niemczura family.Today’s blog will contain most of my father’s comments on his initial research. His curiosity in compiling the genealogy stems from his interest that summer after he … Continue reading

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Make Traditions with Family Stories

After reconnecting with former Massachusetts cousins now scattered around the country and globe, I requested more family stories and photos since, once we moved to Colorado, we did not often visit with all the cousins and hear their stories. You … Continue reading

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