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What Is The Cost of Dual Citizenship?
Posted On 01/28/2014 17:23:31 by yourchoice
My story began in the early ‘80s (or so I thought) when we closed our family business in Western Canada, and considered moving to the U.S. to join friends who had moved there two years earlier. Our daughter had been accepted to a U.S. College in Indiana, which was quite an independent choice of hers. In considering our options, we learned of a little known U.S. law that stated that anyone born before 1947 of U.S. born parents, could receive their U.S. Citizenship without any category attached,... Read More

Posted On 08/12/2013 16:05:54 by Notgrnyyet

When I was growing up there were not many Holidays that we celebrated. But then I don't think there were as many holidays then. Were there? Heck I don't know. Labor Day? Just like any other day in our house. It's the same for me today. Seems like there are too many so called Holidays' now. Most of them don't mean a thing for anyone but a picnic and a three day week-end. I seriously doubt they even know what the celebration is all about.The Holidays we observed when I was growin... Read More

Our Cenntenial Celebration ...
Posted On 08/04/2013 18:20:32 by yourchoice
Many of my friends here on The Hill have known that I have been involved in the planning of my family's Cenntenial Celebrations ... 100 years since my mother's family came to Alberta, Canada from South Dakota. We decided it was a good excuse for a party, and to re-acquaint ourselves, especially with the younger families. My particular responsibility was to have our family Tree current and up-to-date, and to collect photographs, old and new from members of the family. We collected the photos to P... Read More

Hillsdale Update
Posted On 04/02/2013 05:35:59 by Derrough
Up and at 'em folks...
And a hearty good morning to all..and sundry. (You know who you are.)... First:..
Thank you to all who have left comments..It is so very much appreciated.

As most of you are aware, I have taken a sabbatical to write a book.
The book is still a work in progress, but I have finally managed to approach the year 1800. Not bad at all I figure, given that I started in Beringia at the end of the last ice age. 10,000 years (give or take), is not a bad ye... Read More

Impressed by Phillip
Posted On 03/20/2013 04:18:02 by oppsgal
I was sitting here today thinking of all the people I have met in my lifetime, who have left a strong impression on me.  One such person was Phillip.  I first met Philip and his mother when I was the Aquatic Director for our local YMCA.  Phillip used to come in with is mother, she would sit down on the bleachers pool side as he would be doing laps in  the 25 meter swimming pool.  Phil was 22 years old and I was 37.  He a very bright,  happy and friendly ma... Read More

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