This fire roasted eggplant recipe evokes kitchen creativity with a sauce that melds savory, sweet, sour, and garlicky flavors together…Fire Roasted Eggplant with Garlic Vinegar Sauce
What do you make on a gloomy day … homemade pulled chicken sandwiches ..
Now… just need to add the chicken ( one rotisserie from shoprite 4.99 ) and let cook!!!
Another step closer finding my great grandfather and his path through life .. all photos I post are family photos this was a picture post card found in the back of an old photo album .. so I scanned both sides…
Thank you to a connection in Germany .. I found this on the phone book there …. trying to learn more about the Henning Arndt family
Found in the Adressbuch Berlin 1886
It’s Sunday… so peaceful out… missing the hugs and kisses of family and friends .. glad for the true family and friends in my life … woke up.. brushed teeth.. had a shower you know the usual .. made coffee and tirned this on … I Just love this woman! Well these woman ..
but iyanla has helped me in so many ways over the years with her words of wisdom… her kindness .. her spirituality … one of my true mentors to help me see things more clearly or just to “ see “ period and reflect
My mother and Father both boarded these great ships. My dad in 1961 on the SS AMERIKA and my mom in 1966 on the SS UNITED STATES .. Im a HUUUUUUUUUUGE advocate for sharing the memories of our immigrants, there stories on how they came to the USA on these two great vessels .. as Ive told you .. I too had family that came from them. I am trying to document each story .. and see if I and find family members from those who also sailed on these ships… children.. grandchildren .. and those who had family who might have worked on these great ships!! .. Anyone want to help!! 🙂 Lets do this!!!
i just got this via email today through the Association ….
We were heartbroken to learn of the recent passing of longtime Conservancy supporter, Jim Green. Jim served as a purser on the SS United States and was onboard for the ship’s record-breaking maiden voyage. Jim’ courtship with his wife Frieda is one of the Big Ship’s big love stories. On a 1957 voyage, young Frieda Kerstgens was a passenger aboard the ship and, in the words of Conservancy board member Mark Perry, “she and Jim had a ‘meet cute’ right out of a classic Hollywood film,” which was featured in our 2008 documentary film, SS United States: Lady in Waiting. To view this romantic clip from the film, click HERE.
Jim’s spirit and positive energy will continue to energize and inspire our efforts on behalf of the SS United States, the ship he loved so much. We are deeply honored that the Green family suggested contributions to the Conservancy in lieu of memorial flowers. Our hearts go out to Jim and Frieda’s children: John, Heidi, Christopher, and their families. As Mark Perry so poignantly expressed, “I like to think dear Frieda, who left us in 2016, has been saving her beloved husband a deck chair.”
Another beautiful walk today
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Testing for NGS 2020 Live!
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NGS 2020 Live! Program
A full-day event is scheduled for Wednesday, 20 May from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (EDT), featuring opening remarks from NGS President Ben Spratling and Executive Director Matt Menashes; our lunch speaker award-winning storyteller, Stephanie Raff; the NGS Awards program; and exciting presentations from Thomas W. Jones, Judy G. Russell, Elizabeth Shown Mills, and Blaine T. Bettinger. All lectures will have online chat during the session and a short Q&A after each session. Prizes will be awarded throughout the NGS 2020 Live! event.
Ancestry, FamilySearch, and FamilyTreeDNA will also present some of their newest recommendations for best results using their databases.
NGS 2020 Live! presentations will include:
- Validating Unsourced Online Information
Thomas W. Jones, PhD, CG, FASG, FNGS, FUGA
- Breaker Boys and Spinner Girls: Child Labor Laws and Their Records
Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL
- What’s New on Ancestry with Crista Cowan
- Echoes of the Women Who Have Gone Before—Celebrating Women’s Suffrage
- What’s New on FamilySearch with Ron Tanner, FamilySearch International
- Turning Witnesses into Evidence
Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL, FASG, FNGS, FUGA
- DNA Testing—It’s Not Just Ethnicity with Janine Cloud, FamilyTreeDNA
- What If? Learning About DNA Through Case Studies
Blaine T. Bettinger, PhD, JD
NGS 2020 On-Demand!
Develop exceptional genealogy skills with a highly comprehensive set of on-demand webinars from NGS’s expert conference speakers. The on-demand recordings will be available for viewing 1 July 2020 through 15 May 2021. Playback Now will contact you in June to submit the sessions you select for your on-demand lectures. Check the NGS website for a full list of sessions.
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love it .. 🙂 Looking at furthering my Education in Genealogy . into the BU Genealogy program as well as starting out with