2020 November 12


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It was extremely overcast. The hills in the distance were lorry in a haze.

We drove to Leigha’s to pick up the rest of our laundry from earlier this week. Previously it wasn’t dry so we left it in the dryer and came home.

We had gas station pizza for lunch. $10 will feed us twice.

This is one game of Fast Track. In the top photo Ella has 2 markers in home and another ready to go in and her fourth in play. Tom had one in home and one in play, with 2 not on the board. And yet, Tom won the game. With this game you never know until it’s over.


This is as far back as I can trace my mother’s family tree on her father’s side

Name: Arnold Cutze
Born: 1530
Birthplace: Niederndorf, Nassau. Siegen, , Westfalen, Germany
Death 1590 Niederndorf, Westfalen, Germany
Father: Henchin Johann Cuntze 1500-1570
Mother: 1510-1580
Spouse: unknown name wife of Cuntze 1535-1595
Marriage: 1570
Unknown Daughter
Johannes Cuntze 1550-163\
Bastigen Sebastian Cuntze 1566-
Nollen Arnold Cuntze 1568-1574
Heite Cuntze 1572
Relationship to Thomas Edward Williams: 13xGrandfather
Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather (Mother’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father’s Father )

How’s that for a throwback?

God bless and g’nite


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