Hi Leslie...this is for you, special.
I am so thrilled to have been contacted by you here...my second cousin I think...cause we have the same great grandparents on my mother's side of my ancestry, Eugenia and Charles Miller!
I hope you got my email.
I did a bit of searching for records for your family, and have at least found some birthdates which I have added to my personal/private ancestry family tree.
I think we met when I traveled one summer with my 2 oldest boys and briefly stopped in San Antonio.
I can imagine you've a lifetime of stories to share, and I will be patient, but do want to hear all!
For my other cousins, who share the same grandparents on my father's side...it's absolutely amazing, Pat, Chris, Cindy, Sandra and Claudette, to connect with you all as well. I'm not on Facebook as much as I used to be, but am still busy blogging here!
Leslie, if you want me to be your Facebook friend, I would like that also. The only warning I can give is that I'm a bit "far out" as people used to say in the 70s. In the 21st Century, I don't know how to describe myself.
I've been like one of those lost relations...since I admit I'm the one who never stayed in the same place for long. Yet now I've lived 7 years in Black Mountain, NC and have met so many people whose entire families haven't moved away from these mountains and valleys. They are always amazed when I say I was born in Texas, raised in St. Louis, and have spent my adult life between Florida and North Carolina, mainly.
I have been making pottery again since retiring, and occasionally sell some. I have 3 children spread around (all adults by now) and 6 grandchildren.
I've been single most of my adult life, and love living with 2 cats.
Ahhh, so relaxing to come home and have a quiet house where I can be the
introvert that I truly am. I read a lot, am active in my church, have
some friends who also make pots, and some friends who like to take day
trips around NC where I take photos for my blogs.