My Ordinary Life

I wish I had known a long time ago that the most important parts of history are found in the stories of everyday lives of ordinary people. I would have asked my parents and grandparents many more questions about their lives, especially about the years before I was born. In this column I will share excerpts from Stories About My Ordinary Life, and “autobiography of sorts” that I wrote for my children and grandchildren. The complete post, with a download button, is posted on the blog An Ordinary Life.

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