Saturday, July 12, 2008

Mom's Kitchen, back behind the peanut butter . . .

What do a lawn mower shop and a funeral parlor have in common? Mom's kitchen, and it's not her cooking. On first hearing Larry Naukam's, "The Long and Winding Road," one might think the story a bit far-fetched, but in genealogy anything is possible, which is precisely his point never give up. Experiences such as this really help us take heart and realize the information is out there . . . . somewhere . . . over the rainbow.

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