The Girls

Rosie & Danielle
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1996 -

Business Ownership
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1976 - 1996

The GTE Data Services Years
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1974 - January - London

1974 - January -  London
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1965 - 1972

grade school
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1954 -1964

birth to four grade
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Before I Became a Mother

Shh, It's a secret. . .      I want to give my children a book about me before I became their mother.  This is a brief history of my life from before my birth to the birth of my first child.  It was a thought provoking experience to go through...
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Louesa Hawkins Redd- my paternal grandfather's mother

Audio by: Tracy Redd, her Grandson Louesa Meears Hawkins Redd Biography written by:  Theressa Allan Redd, daughter-in-law to Louesa   Louesa was born to Thomas Sunderland Hawkins and Elizabeth Meears Hawkins on June 12, 1875; in Lehi, Utah Co. , Utah. She was the fifth and last child of this couple;...
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K graduation

Can't believe the Kindergarten year is over!
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4th Grade

Stacy has had a great 4th Grade year!  She got straight A's every quarter and loved her class.  We made this Heritage Makers book for her teacher, Mrs. Welch.  Take a look at the fun things she did with her class this year.   4th Grade Yearbook Stacy has always enjoyed...
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Helen's Red Hot Applesauce 1955

Mama’s Red Hot Applesauce   2 pounds cooking apples, quartered and cored, remove any bad spots   Place in saucepan with 1 to 1 ½ cups water, enough to keep them from scorching   Cover and cook over low heat until soft   Strain through a coarse sieve and add 1/3...
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A Tribute to My Dad

My Dad once said to me, "You know, in all the years we\'ve been a family, I look around and I think, I never really taught you kids anything." I believe this comment came from the fact that so many of us went into careers that had nothing to do with the...
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2009 Piano Guild Performance

The big day has arrived.  Rachelle has been preparing for the annual Piano Guild Exam since she started taking lessons from Khoren last Fall in 2008.  Her teacher expected great things from Rachelle and has not been disappointed.  Originally, Rachelle was scheduled to play 10 pieces from memory.  Because of school...
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New Jersey Heritage Campaign

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A Lesson From Lily

Given a choice, I would prefer to be named Ronda Peace instead of Ronda Jean. By nature, I am a bona-fide pleaser and dyed-in-the-wool caregiver. I like tranquility, not tumult. I most assuredly do NOT like conflict. In my youth, I took extreme measures to avoid clashes making me an inviting...
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Nana Wallace's Christmas Cake

Nana Wallace's Christmas   Cake
Grandma\'s special cakes. When I was a wee girl living in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, one of my favourite tasks was help Gran with any baking task she had. As the owner/manager of a 10,000 acre Hereford cattle breeding stud and mother of 11 children, Gran was always very busy, every day...
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Ten Reasons Why We Stay Together

I love you, then I don't, but that is ok with us. You love my smile, but my teeth sometimes you don't, But that is ok with us. Do I snore?  Or was that you?  It sounds like a cat's purr . . . maybe Edwin?  But that is ok with...
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Age is Like Wine

Age is like wine, it gets better with time. But why do my legs hurt more? Why is it harder to read the nice print in my paper? Why do I throw only four holes, but feel like I golfed all day? Oh, I know!  Age is like wine, only mine...
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A Tribute to the Residents of Sunrise

On the surface, one might think the residents of Sunrise Senior Living at Pinehurst as weary, time-worn citizens simply coasting through their latter years. Many are physically challenged, some struggle with dementia or Alzheimer disease, still others live at Sunrise because advancing age has rendered them incapable of living alone. But...
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Digital Scrap Book - Bingo

I found something that works. Smilebox allows you to create very nice digital scrap book pages for free if you allow advertising with displayed. For a small fee you can purchase the design groups for display without ads and that can be reused To my surprise, it also allows movies to...
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