Ramblings and Recipes
I am still working out all of the details for the trading card instructions that I will be posting.
I have been creating questions that will fit well on a trading card, and that has forced me to get really creative. This has been really beneficial for me, and I think that you will like it to.
Here are some questions that have really given me some detailed answers. Let me know how they work out for you.
1. What should you be famous for?
2. What is your superpower?
3. Family know you for your.....
4. Favorite Car
5. Favorite Pet
6. Favorite Color
7. Best Friend
8. No one knows that I.....
9. My vice is....
These questions will really flesh out your family members in your trading cards. The question that gets conversations going is the first one, so I would probably save that one for last, when the person that you are interviewing is warmed up.
Mother's Day is right around the corner, so get your questions ready for all of the mothers in your life!
My review of Simply Me Beauty lipstick, which is exclusively being sold at 7-Eleven cosmetics.
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April 10 National Siblings Day
Today is National Siblings Day, a day to celebrate the special bond that siblings share with one another.
For family tree work, today is the day to make sure that you have all of the family members of your sibling's tree built out.
National Sibling Day was created by Claudia Evart in 1995 to acknowledge the special bond that siblings share. She lost two of her siblings in separate childhood incidents. You can visit her website at: http://www.siblingsday.org/
RIP Sam Kinison.
December 8, 1953 – April 10, 1992
I was only 23 years old when Sam Kinison died. I had heard some of his material at a friend's house. She pushed the cassette into the car stereo and we laughed and laughed at the maniacal frenzied energy that Sam had. It would be a few more years before I would get to see Sam on video. He was very memorable.
I am now older than Sam was when he died. I look back at his comedy as very memorable. He made choices that in today's society would be very unacceptable. He made me laugh at some low parts of my life. You either loved Sam or hated him. There are certain of his acts that I don't like, but Sam himself, I liked a great deal. He was brash and brazen. He was caustic.
It is surprising to me that his reputed last words are asking an unseen someone why he had to die and then responding with "Okay, Okay, Okay."
This brings me to the point of this article. In your genealogical research, have you recorded or found any of the last words of your family members?
I have made it a point to go an update some records this week, because I do know the answer to this. Additionally, where there is a death story, I have made it a point to include the death story as well.