LEGACY: LEARNING YOUR HISTORY TO BUILD FOR THE FUTURE PART 6

The goal of these blog posts is to provide information that gets the reader to think about their own story and perhaps provide some food for thought along the way. June is a wonderful time of year, but it has been tinged with sadness for me for the last 34 years and the sadness continuesContinue reading “LEGACY: LEARNING YOUR HISTORY TO BUILD FOR THE FUTURE PART 6”

Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future Part 5

While this blog maintains the theme of legacy building, it recognizes the times that we are in with the COVID 19 virus.  I have been in New Jersey because my sister was hospitalized with this virus and I am her durable power of attorney, so I had to be close to the hospital.  She alsoContinue reading “Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future Part 5”

Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future, Part 4

April 9, 2020: The purpose of this blog post is to plant a seed to get each reader to take care of their legacy by getting their business affairs in order.  When I have asked rooms full of people, regardless of their incomes, if they have prepared a will, advanced directive or other important documents,Continue reading “Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future, Part 4”

Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future (Part 3)

March 29, 2020: It is Sunday morning at a time when I would already be at church, singing in the choir. I joined the choir at my church several years ago in response to a request to the congregation to help with services leading up to Easter. This was supposed to be temporary but IContinue reading “Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future (Part 3)”

Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future (Part 2)

March 19, 2020: So continuing from the previous post, I am providing information from my most recent DNA results on ancestry.com. I submitted the matrilineal DNA and my brother submitted the patrilineal DNA. The results are as follows: Genealogists will tell you that in order to document your family history, start with yourself.  Get yourContinue reading “Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future (Part 2)”

Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future

March 15, 2020: For this first blog on Word Press, I wanted to talk about history.  I have always been a history buff, especially ancient history.  The first time I left the country (besides, Mexico, Canada and Puerto Rico) was for a three-week trip to Europe during the year I turned 50.  It also coincidedContinue reading “Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future”