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Thursday, February 18, 2016

Excerpt from the book: "I Kept Falling in the Sink": "One of the girls had worn bloomers that their mother had made from flour sacks, and when she bent over, Don said, there was Robin Hood and his bow and arrow aimed right at him. Memoirs of a funny man!

Friday, February 5, 2016

The MacIntosh Family had 13 children, the 4th son Ewen, had Kathleen , the only one left after losing his oldest daughter in a car accident at the age of 15. Kathleen, like her Grandma before her had 13 children to carry on the tradition. Her daughters, growing up, marrying and having children of their own are now reaching out to learn about the extended family they belonged but were separated from by time and distance.

The girls are now reading their Auntie's books and finding that lost family. They did not realize that their great grandma also had a family of 13. They had always loved growing up in a large family and discovered that it is wonderful to always have a friend as part of your own, support when you needed it, love and someone to always have your back when large families are a novelty -- part of the past.
A society that does not know about it's past, like it says in the introduction of this web site, is like one that has amnesia, not knowing where  it came from or where it's going.

In reading the trilogy, Sharlene, Melissa, and Elsa are about to discover the historical adventures of the grandfather, the family that came before them, that they never knew and are about to discover. The Historical Novels will be the Time Machine that will take them back and immerse them in the lives of people more real than they ever dreamed.