I love clip art

Repeat: “(One week without Ancestry was torture.) For Father’s Day, I’d like to give “Mr. Red” the answers regarding his third-great-grandfather.” ~~~ In anticipation of an answer to my questions, I searched for appropriate clip art. ~~~

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Confession: It has been so discouraging to search for “a piece of the puzzle”  and NOT find it!!

POSTSCRIPT @ 8:00 PM

I worked in the carport until it was “too hot.” Then I fell victim to an old habitthe old addiction!! Yes, I started “climbing the family tree.” I was shocked to see that I added one-hundred-twelve individuals… The new folks were added to family members already documented in my tree. Conservatively, each individualnew and previously documentedreceived five “sources.”

~ ~ ~ ~ (Insane Lorraine?) ~ ~ ~ ~

Did you see the image I published at 7:15 this morning?

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Enforced change of pace.

This tired old lady gets off to a slow start each morning. No pictures this morning but (believe me) it was hot all nightand the air-conditioner was “on” all night. “Change of pace” and “change of mind” for outdoor projectsincluding the removal of pop-tabs in the shade of the carport. I may need to start my day at 6:00 AM?! ~~ Look, eighty-one degrees indoors this afternoonand I’m lethargic while indoors.

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Mother’s Day “sincere thanks” !!

I’m so grateful for my Waco, Texas, family because they have taken good care of me. I appreciate friends (like family) from Florida to California who have shared gifts and restoration health suggestions. I’m “out of sight” but not “out of mind.” A dear lady-friend in Livingston, Texas, has been of enormous support. A dear lady-friend, in Jacksonville, Florida, has been my surrogate daughter.

“Orphan Granny”