From a Library of Congress site of historical newspapers.
Claire is building a nice business doing beautifully hand-lettered signs and chalk art. Check her out at clairemcgee.net.
As life goes on we collect a lot of stuff, don’t we? But some of the good stuff is the small stuff that reminds us who we are. This is from my mom, who was given it by a neighbor when she was a child. So some time during the Renaissance. Years ago Santa lost […]
Including some photos and video from Spain. All together it’s 20 minutes worth of never-before-seen material!
Well we’ve all got butterflies, what with daughter C. taking off for three months abroad. If she starts blogging, like her blogger dad keeps urging her to do, I’ll post a link. — Updated Tuesday — I spoke with C. a few hours ago, and she was safely on the ground and on her way […]
I’ve installed the Google Maps module to the application, so that each person’s entry now has a “Maps” tab that shows birthplace and a few other things.
The genealogy site is back up.
For F’s biiiig birthday we celebrated at Porta in Asbury Park, NJ.
One of the coolest things I’ve ever seen is this Apollo crew module. It didn’t go to the moon, but was part of a 1973 Skylab mission. Still. It orbited the Earth more than 800 times, and splashed down safely 200 miles off of San Diego. You can see the erosion from the heat of re-entry all around the bottom.