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Look forward to keeping you posted on this next new adventure. I think people here in Illinois will be glad to see me go since they are convinced I brought all this harsh winter weather with me. So leaving and will return in the Spring. What a great deal!!
Love you all and I am glad that you are traveling along with me again.
... AND BOTH MEN ARE ALIVE TODAY!!!!
That means that three generations of the Tyler family are spread out over 200 years!!! Are you kidding me???? Somehow this just boggles my mind. Not one, but two grandsons of a man who was President 20 years before Abraham Lincoln are alive today.
Sometimes history amazes me!!!! And that's why I love it!!!
Merry Christmas my friends and family!!!!
... the foot of the bed. So now I have to go over to Sonja's to visit with Zoe.
It was a quiet weekend. It was fun seeing my Dad's face light up when I walked into his room. He was so excited that I made it back. I think he was afraid I would not come back.
Saturday I watched my great nephew, 3 and great niece, 18 months for about 6 hours. I was a bit nervous about that. I can't remember the last time that ...
... the shops and bought a really cool top and some black leggings. Oh yes, there was also the really great pair of ear rings I could not resist. Found this one little shop that had all kinds of things that I could have spent my money on. Before heading back to the house, had to stop and get an ice cream cone at the Sweet Cow, which Frankki keeps raving about.
Wednesday I turned 66! No, ...
... have them in the museum. Lots of other cool stuff.
Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893) was the 19th President of the United States; the one directly after Ulysses S. Grant. He was a lawyer (Harvard educated) man who started his legal career in Cincinnati. That's where he met a well-to-do Lexington, Kentucky woman by the name of Lucy Webb. They married. When the Civil War broke out Hayes joined and eventually became a General. ...