Our Family 2 Yours

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What Is Family? They were the people who claimed you. In good, in bad, in parts or in whole, they were the ones who showed up, who stayed there regardless.”

Family is a single word, with many different meanings. People have many ways of defining a family and what being a part of a family means to them.

Do you know why your family is most important in your life? Because they will give you love, warmth and affection, no matter what.
Always remember that the goodness in you, is due to your family. It is this unit of the society that you can turn to, even if you have done something grave, something wrong.
You are a part of it, be happy that are lucky enough to have a family!

We are excited about our website “Our Family 2 Yours” Turn The Pages and  come back often to visit.

*Families Are What Life Is All About.*

We have tried to put many memories together  here of families. We have added a lot of pages we hope you will like.  

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In Our Family We Love To Cook, so we have put in some of our favorite recipes, and activities we do on holidays.

We Also Love To Garden.  We use to own a big farm with 2200 Asian Pear trees.   It was a lot of work,  but work is good for families. We would harvest everything we could every summer and enjoy our labors all winter.  

Turn the Pages and visit our gardening sections . We Also Love To Read In Our Family. Please TURN THE PAGE and see some of the books we recommend as well as some of our favorites we still read today.  

Reading with your children and  grandchildren makes many memories they will remember through their years.

We Love Music In Our Family. I remember gathering around our old player piano and singing songs as a family. 

I loved Christmas time with all the beautiful Christmas songs.  

Turn The Page and visit our Music page  and our Piano page .

  We Love Cooking In Our Family.  We had a huge kitchen table we could sit the family and extra neighbors that would stop in. Everything was made from scratch and the kids still talk about sitting around the table and sharing time together.

We Love To Research Our Ancestors. We were given a list of ancestors that date back to the 1600’s WOW!

So much history there and exciting to know where we originated from.

Look up your ancestors and learn their stories!

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0725e5d0f98247595c2b684f756d39ca“The Old Paths”

I liked the old paths, when Moms were at home.
Dads were at work.

Brothers went into the army. And sisters got married BEFORE having children!Crime did not pay; Hard work did;And people knew the difference.Moms could cook;

Dads would work;
Children would behave.
Husbands were loving;
Wives were supportive;
And children were polite.
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Women wore the jewelry;
And Men wore the pants.
Women looked like ladies;
Men looked like gentlemen;
And children looked decent.
People loved the truth,
And hated a lie.

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They came to church to get IN,
Not to get OUT!
Hymns sounded Godly;
Sermons sounded helpful;
Rejoicing sounded normal;
And crying sounded sincere.
Cursing was wicked; Drugs were for illness.
The flag was honored;
America was beautiful;
 

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And God was welcome!

We read the Bible in public;
Prayed in school;
And preached from house to house.To be called an American was worth dying for;
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To be called an American was worth living for; To be called a traitor was a shame!lolh8k-lolh6301.n.marinefuneral.0719.mgI Still Like “The Old Paths” The Best. flower divider 

 
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