#BlackLivesMatter

This week I pay my respects to #BlackLivesMatter, George Floyd, and the many other black people who have died primarily because they were not white. I lift up all who have suffered striving for justice and peace for people of all colors. I invite you to join me as I: Reflect on the gross injustices people of color continue to experience generation after generation. Read, listen, and learn the perspective of people of color. Resolve […]

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Meet A Few Pilgrim Authors

I’ve been offering blog readers tours of places that played a role in the Mayflower story. You can visit Scrooby, York, and Boston in England at your leisure. Before we emigrate with the Pilgrims to Holland, I want you to meet a few Pilgrim Authors – that is authors who have researched and written about the Mayflower story. These people have devoted years to researching and writing about the fascinating stories behind the Mayflower story. […]

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Earth Day 2020 in a COVID-19 World

April 22 marked the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day. I intended to blog about that, taking a break from anything COVID-19 related. However, as I sat down to write this blog, I learned more of my 2020 plans were cancelled, because of COVID-19. I thank all those decision-makers who have to make these unpopular announcements. Still, my plans included a once-in-a-life time opportunity to celebrate with other distant relatives the 400th anniversary of […]

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A Tribute to the Great x11 Granddaughter of William and Mary Brewster

Were she still alive, my mother, Elizabeth J. Hieber, would have turned 106 last Sunday (March 29, 2020).  She died at the age of only 78. I say “only” because her mother lived to the age of 96. I am grateful to her for the example she set on how to face adversity and obstacles. Her lessons have proven invaluable during this coronavirus challenge. I credit her for my love of reading. Her curiosity led […]

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Coronavirus Response Strategy

We’re all impacted by coronavirus even as we struggle to avoid becoming infected by it. I met today’s guest blog author Annette Petrick through Nancy Camden who helps us both with our IT issues. Annette sends out a Sunday morning “Consider This” audio post with nuggets of wisdom. I’ve never met either woman in person, and likely never will, as we live far apart from one another. None-the-less, we’re connected by virtue of modern technology. Technology […]

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