Two stories from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. passed down through oral tradition are featured. The Waternick, an anonymous Slavic tale, appears as an audio-video.
Old author remembers country sayings of a bygone era.
Share this 4-part journey, spanning more than half a century, with an average American woman, who opens her heart and soul to her readers, in an effort to guide them to their own self-discoveries.
Why do we have names? Could we do without them and if we did what would we call ourselves. If we have to have names, what on earth to we call our children and why?
About a jillion times growing up I wished I could learn about my ancestors. Later I found most of the information I sought. Then thanks to DNA testing, I found out more than I wanted to know.
Honest thoughts about sibling relationship.
My great-grandma Bertha Kuehn immigrated to the U.S. with five kids in 1882. Until her death in 1923, great-grandma lived a challenging and colorful life on the Door County Peninsula of Wisconsin.
After starting my ancestry research, I knew that I would find skeletons in the closet. Read about some of the interesting and perhaps unflattering things about my grandparents and great grandparents.
This is the story of my grandparent's life, love, loss and faith, and how it impacted me on many levels.
Things to save in case of a fire. Photos and treasures that cannot be replaced.