My ancestors, they hail from . . . the redlands of Texas . . . and the marshes of Maine . . . the plantations of Georgia . . . and the courts of Spain . . . and from a hodgepodge of places . . . betwixt and between . . .
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Very nice! Happy Birthday to Emily!
Beautiful birthday greetings for Emily from her wonderful and creative aunt! I just found out yesterday that I will be an aunt too! Thank you for the heads up on the "Vintage Scrapbooking" site. I do have this site in my reader, but thank you for the reminder. Lots of beautiful vintage papers and cards to choose from.
Happy birthday, Emily!
How nice! Happy Birthday to Emily!Keep these ancestor stories coming!Bill ;-)http://drbilltellsancestorstories.blogspot.com/Author of "13 Ways to Tell Your Ancestor Stories"
Vickie, A beautiful way to say Happy Birthday!And a lovely hint on how to use this creative scrap booking technique/Thank you for both.
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