Weekly Planner: Escape the Hustle and Bustle for a Half Hour

It’s amazing how quickly the holidays have descended on us. It was Halloween, I blinked, and now Thanksgiving is behind us and with it the rush of preparations–decorating, gift-shopping, and baking. With all these additional activities, it’s easy to get frazzled. This week, let’s take a half hour break each day to play hooky from the holiday hustle and bustle, and curl up with a good book. When you’re done, you’ll be less stressed, in a better mood, and ready to tackle those holiday crowds!

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  1. I have become interested in seeing how fiction writers try to include genealogy in their books. By chance, I picked up a book by Earlene Fowler (I have read her before because she also includes quilters in her writings) “Broken Dishes”, at a local book trading shelf. This is a mystery that takes place on a dude ranch. Quilters, genealogists and horses, all in one place!

    The other book I bought because of the title – “Family Tree” by Barbara Delinsky. This involves a couple using DNA after their baby comes with dark skin and curly black hair and they are both white-white-white or are they?

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