Filed under: 52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History
Week 34: Smells. Describe any smells that take you back to childhood. These could be from meals, fragrant gardens, musty basements, or something entirely different
These are a few of my favorite smells
A freshly mowed field of sweet clover
Lilacs blooming in the spring
Fresh bread baking
I am sure there are others I will think of later.
Filed under: Personal History
It is obvious that I have gotten behind on my 52 Weeks of Personal and Genealogy History. I was enjoying an awesome trip. I joined friends and family, traveling by van to Vancouver, BC, boarding Holland America’s Statendam for 7 days, then being taken by bus and train to Anchorage, Denali Park and Fairbanks, flying back to Vancouver, BC, to return home by van, with a rest stop in Salida, Colorado. I came home with a cold, it has taken about 10 days to catch up on business, laundry, just get back into the routine, and to all of the time changes. During the cruise I did not have my computer, so I had to depend on places where I could get on for a brief time. The world does go on with out it.
Charles & Judy Grant, Melba Engel and Karen Grossman, Gloria Mattix, traveled from Kansas, to join Kenneth & Billie Voss at Vancouver, Washington, Carl & Nola Voss from Arizona, joined us at Vancouver, BC to take the cruise.
Since I have been home I have been working on my photos, starting on a book of vacation memories and pictures and trying to get my calendar set for 2012, review what I have been doing on Langston Ancestry, and making sure I have everything in order for that. My blog has kind of taken a back burner, but I hope in the next couple of weeks to be able to work on it and catch up.
This week end is a baby shower, and a family wedding. I have agreed to do 1/2 day library tomorrow, and 4 days of subbing next week. I think my world is busy.