Blue Eyes and Bluebonnets
Thoughts from a blue-eyed Texas gal
I’ve accepted tonight’s “mission” from Randy Seaver at Genea-Musings’ Saturday Night Genealogy … [Continue reading...]
My dad, Carl Armstrong, grew up in the Atco Village (Cartersville, Georgia), a mill village … [Continue reading...]
Every few months or so, I get together with a group of friends for lunch and conversation. We … [Continue reading...]
Today's Geneabloggers prompt celebrates the debut of the Barbie doll, on March 9, 1959.
As a child, … [Continue reading...]
The first shot of the Texas Revolution was fired at the Battle of Gonzales on Oct. 2, 1835. On March … [Continue reading...]
Web designer. Writer. Editor. Genealogist. Accessibility Specialist. Photographer. Beader. [More ...]
Connect with me online: Portfolio | Pinterest| Flickr | WeRelate | Urbanspoon
My mother started collecting dolls in the 1920s. Her collection is expansive and spans decades.
Index of dolls
Return to top of page
Copyright © 2016 · Log in