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12"razormix 11-29-2008 09:45 AM

lukkucairi 11-29-2008 02:13 PM


birth parents are an unsolved mystery

raised by (1) Bahamian and (1) Scot

Brynn 11-29-2008 02:54 PM

American mutt
English, Scottish, Irish - but most recently in the big scheme of things, Dutch, I guess (grandparents - "Lisenbee")

Jack Flanders 11-30-2008 03:27 AM

Norwegian - Mom's family came over from southern Norway in the 1860's and settled in Iowa and Dad's parents knew each other in Oslo and ran into each other on the street in Chicago 2 years later (1920) and married soon after. My folks met up in Colorado while my dad was in the army and stationed near where my mom was working for the summer. We are still in close contact with my dad's family - they've been here and we've all been back to Norway many times. Love Norway. :)

Hyakujo's Fox 11-30-2008 07:35 AM

English, Scottish, German, Parts Unknown.

Coffee 11-30-2008 04:11 PM

Coffee Heritage Buns:

Patter Batter:

2 parts English,
1 part German
1 part Irish.
in PA. USA and Mix till ready for sunnier pastures.

Maternal filling:
2 parts Irish
1 part German
1 part Bohemian
stir briskly and alternately chill and thaw in tiny town in Iowa, USA till circumstances cause relocation to a large city.

Combine Batter and Filling at a party during springtime in SF Ca. USA, bake at 80-100F for 9 months.

Remove Coffee bun from oven and place on rack till cooooool.

MoJoRiSin 11-30-2008 05:52 PM

^:D :D :D

brightpearl 11-30-2008 09:51 PM

Lulu, I forgot you were adopted. Your photos always remind me of my mother. Maybe you're my long lost adopted first cousin?

...but no, you'd have to be a few years older than me, and you're younger.

Fun to think about, though.

lukkucairi 11-30-2008 10:37 PM

hm - I could be related to just about anyone, if I wrote the plot correctly :p

MoJoRiSin 11-30-2008 10:38 PM

: )

Odbe 12-01-2008 07:29 AM

ancestry: n. [answers-tree] a metaphorical tree to which people go to learn about themselves based on what kind of fruit the tree usually bears, and which branches they could possibly have hit on the way down.

Questiontry for Monday, the very first day of December 2008:

Do you think it's important (for you personally) to keep records of your history - journals, diaries, newspaper cuttings, photos, awards etc.?

YsaPur EsChomuw 12-01-2008 08:53 AM

oh yeah

Although the older I get the less industrious pack rat I become.

MoJoRiSin 12-01-2008 10:23 AM

your post reminds me
I have been thinking to call my daughters
elementary school
to see if they have a video of her singing
forever young with the choir as part of
a school play when she was in the 4th grade
to post on you tube
other than that

Stephi_B 12-01-2008 10:58 AM

It might be, but I don't.... (except for some childhood photos)
(I used to excessively write diaries as teenie, but stopped after my mother read the current one when I was 16, 17 -- she told me that I'd be a gifted writer though.... :rolleyes:)

lukkucairi 12-01-2008 11:43 AM

physical detritus, no! we have enough ancient precious crap. my husband re-inherited all his old stuffed animals from his mom the other day, and we have no idea what to do with them. so much karma, but what use are they now?

I do tend to hoard data. I used to blog a lot, but lost the taste for it when I got into finance and my ability to publish writing in public got legally complicated.

so now I just chronicle my dreams :p

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