Monthly Archives: November 2020

After Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving turned out to be a beautiful day and, of course, spending the afternoon with family is a big plus. There were eight of us but we spaced out somewhat. There was plenty of food and conversation. The boys are … Continue reading

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More on Helen Wilderman Hall

Although my mother-in-law left us in March of this infamous year, 2020, she appears in odd moments. I’ve been weeding through piles of files and saved articles to be read at a later date. It was on this occasion that … Continue reading

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Where were you when the lights went out?

Genealogist, Thomas MacEntee, sent out an email with this headline. It brought back quite a memory for me. On Nov. 9, 1965, my best friend (and she still is), Gerry and I headed to Manhattan to the art museum. I … Continue reading

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