Monthly Archives: February 2016

Friday Night Family Heirlooms… telling their stories: Grandmama McKinley’s Butter Churn and more

When “heirlooms” aren’t identified, and their stories never told, then they often become items that are tossed or sold – as they have no history, no ties to the family. So take the time to identify your family heirlooms history … Continue reading

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Friday Night Family Heirlooms… telling their stories: Grandmama McKinley’s Rocking Chair

When “heirlooms” aren’t identified, and their stories never told, then they often become items that are tossed or sold – as they have no history, no ties to the family. So take the time to identify your family heirlooms history … Continue reading

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Conversations with Mama: You never know what she will say and more… #26

Conversations with Mama… and more ~ #26 Grandmamma’s little rocker and tea pots from my Heirloom series… Jan. 16, 2016: I told Mama tonight that it was Robert’s birthday (my cousins) today and she said… “Did I ever tell you about … Continue reading

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Friday Night Family Heirlooms… telling their stories: Granddaddy Bryan’s Pocket Watch

When “heirlooms” aren’t identified, and their stories never told, then they often become items that are tossed or sold – as they have no history, no ties to the family. So take the time to identify your family heirlooms history … Continue reading

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Friday Night Family Heirlooms… telling their stories: Grandmama McKinley’s Teapots

When “heirlooms” aren’t identified, and their stories never told, then they often become items that are tossed or sold – as they have no history, no ties to the family. So take the time to identify your family heirlooms history … Continue reading

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Family Photographs… and their stories: The Family Portrait

Family Photographs… and their stories I’ve always loved the older family photographs, and every time I leaf through my albums, I always ask “what’s your story?” Every photo has one – and it’s my mission to tell them – one by one. … Continue reading

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