Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Road to the Past

Country Road in Albemarle County, Virginia
We are linked to a certain road to the past via our thoughts, deeds and actions. The genetic structure of each person contains specific traits from an assortment of ancestors.  Who are you?  Why, the answer is that your body has a vast pool of genetic features which generates the driving force of existence.  Perhaps now is the time to learn something about those family members from the past and get to know them!  Understanding how our ancestors dealt with hardships, trials, disappointments, and challenges re-enforces who we are and helps to reveal our personal missions.  Those who work crossword puzzles know where I am aiming.  The only place to discover the careful details which those ancestors wrote into their last will and testament is Virginia Pioneers

Those old documents are snapshots of details possessions such as furniture, farm tools, animals and the history and economy of the times.

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