Goodbye December Hello January
Goodbye December Hello January Maybe it’s just me becoming a grumpy old man. Maybe it’s because I always have so many things going on in life – all at the same time. Sometimes I do not finish all the things I start. Whatever the reason or rationale – I do not make New Year’s Resolutions… Continue reading
Are you prepared?
Are you prepared for a disaster that could take away your story? I don’t know how you feel, but this has been a sad year for me. Mostly brought about by media disaster reporting. I have felt overwhelmed by the steady influx of shootings, fires, wars, political insults and mudslinging, protests, and anti-protests. This… Continue reading
Passover and Easter: great times for family story telling
This last Sunday was Palm Sunday in the Christian tradition and all over the world some Christians lit candles and attended special worship services associated with Easter’s Holy Week, while Jews began their physical and spiritual preparations for Passover — making the matzah (flat, unleavened bread), shopping for bitter herbs and celebratory wine. Like… Continue reading
Black History Month Honoree
My Roots Foundation seeks to discover and honor the accomplishments of those who have come before us. In celebration of black history month, we would like to invite you to consider the accomplishments of Glenwood Burden Sr., who in 1961 became the first African American to attend Goldsboro High School in Goldsboro, North Carolina. You… Continue reading