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 also… Continue 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 I… Continue 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: Mother's Side Father's Side Genealogists will tell you that in order to document your family history, start… Continue 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 coincided… Continue reading Legacy: Learning Your History To Build For The Future