I had every intention of posting yesterday...I opened up my laptop, logged on and then life got crazy around the house. Working full time, my weekends are attempting to catch up and getting ready for the new work week! My daughter and two grandchildren are living with us temporarily and along with that are two cats, at the moment two dogs (she is babysitting a friends dog). Our dog Koda was sick and ended up at the vet and our grandson Ethan wasn't feeling well so he was at the Dr.'s! We were all running around like crazy people, laundry, grocery shopping and on and on! Needless to say there just is not enough time to get it all done.
My original post was going to be about our Neighborhood. We had dinner with our dear friends and neighbors Claire and Brian last night After dinner we watched a movie just hung out... which brings me to my point: We live in a cul-de-sac and have a wonderful neighborhood. We have been living in our home now close to 21 years. My daughter grew up here and now my grandchildren are growing up here. In the past we have tried to get together regularly with all the neighbors (about 7 or 8 families). We will all put our chairs in the center, pull out the BBQ's and hang out, catch up and have a great time. The kids can run around the neighborhood, play and be safe. We watch out for each other and help each other out. When someone needs something, one of us is their to help. When we had the Cedar Fires, we all really pulled together and stuck together at our local Wal-Mart parking lot in our Motor homes. It's a great neighborhood to live in and to have all of our kids grow up in.
When one of our descendants decide to pursue and continue our family history (I am pretty sure I have my granddaughter hooked, I am getting her started!), census reports will reflect all our great neighbors and they will remember our good times and wonderful memories. Now I understand why its a good idea to check into the neighbors on census reports to learn more about our Ancestors.
Today, the 5th Day of December, We Remember ~ - Deaths ~ ~ *John Mark STARR*, died in 1882 ~ Anderson, Texas ~
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