“The old lady” may be confused about venturing away from home but less confusion about the Myrtle Traxler Family Tree. Remember the children’s story about Hansel and Gretel? (Here’s a modern-age version of the story.) OMG, I didn’t expect to find this interesting “back story” regarding Hansel and Gretel. Here we are in the Coronavirus pandemic and I learn about The Great Famine in 1314-1322. It was my intention to use the illustration (breadcrumbs) to say that Myrtle did not provide “sources” for individuals but she documented their names. As I venture through “the forest,” I find the names of spouses and children. The workload is lighter?! ~~ Now here is a ghoulish thought: Now that the United States is facing a meat shortage, will the parents eat their children? Or (forbid the thought), perhaps eat “the old folks” because we are no longer of value?