Thursday, October 08, 2015

Have you JOSTLED those MEMORIES yet?

So, you, yes YOU have been thinking about things for a week now. How's it coming along in the "SHARE A MEMORY" department? We've already had some traction on the 4th Annual SHARE A MEMORY Contest.

 June Stearns Butka says "So many ideas floating through my head. time to sit back, reflect and choose one."

Lacey Frazier says "Mom, my sister, and I talk to my nephews about family members who have shared parts of their names and what their relationship was. Ex: Gabriel Leland George was named after his maternal grandparents and his maternal grandmother's father. So I tell him that even though he's still too young to understand. I show him pictures and have him point to people. We even get the dogs in on it because they're a part of our family, too!"

On October 3rd I published Please write, please share something every week after realizing many blogger listed at GeneaBloggers haven't been active for months or years in about 65% of the random choices I viewed. We got some great responses here, too:

IMAGE: Glen Shirley Player's University of Oregon Medical School
Reserve Officers' Training Corp identification card, from the authors

Seriously though, your ancestors, my ancestors, deserve to have their stories told. You are the one to do it for your generation. For instance, I've got to tell the story of what happened to my father as the US Army pushed medical students through the last portion of their studies to then go active during WWII.


Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
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