Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Bowl it along!

Every experience deeply felt in life needs to be passed along -- Whether it be through words or music, chiseled in stone, painted with a brush, or sewn with a needle -- It is a way of reaching for immortality!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Just reminding myself.....

A surname can be called a last name, a given name, or a family name.
In much of Western Europe and the US, the surname is the last name of the father, or in the absence of married parents, the last name of the mother

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

I didn't forget....

But it was late evening... Also, there was a buzz in the OKC air, ponds and newscasts via the flash flooding around town. So I was at home all day, and didn't log=in as this is my usual diary @ the workplace.


JUNE 14,


Howard Huggins moved from earth to eternity on 06-14-1997:


Aunt Hattie moved on 06-14-2000: and Sis AnnieMae Anderson moved onto glory 10:30pm 06-13-2010.

I took Mama out to dinner Thursday evening @ the new Golden Corral.... enjoying each day given to me!

Friday, June 11, 2010

National Archives blogsite....



The National Archives blogsite....

is a good site I'll add to my reading list. They highlight "Facial Hair Friday" !!
along with history tidbits. Here at Prologue, we’ve been collecting these “Pieces of History” — from hero pigeons to FDR’s globe — and have built up quite a stockpile! Join us as we share and discover what’s inside the National Archives.

Freedom seekin' Fun Fridays

Wednesday, June 9, 2010



Born 12-29-1930: Pearl Myrtle was a 5-yr old child back in 1935 just like this Great-Grandson of hers' - forward generation 2010... a child ponders a gravesite / / /

And then to imagine WHEN Pearl was a little girl: we treasure the foot-stepping onto her headstone! we imagine sacredness - family connections!


As I was saying... WORDLESS

Wordless Wednesday 2010.....

Wordless but pictures say it best...


oh well... the photo upload is not working at the moment....

Friday, June 4, 2010

the REAL Burial Ground

Now, let's recall the REAL Burial Ground!
Which we visited my daddy's great soul - he is laid to rest at Rose Hill Cemetery in Chickasha, Grady County, Oklahoma.







Death-like Fun Friday

Why was I among the tombs, today??? I finally fulfilled three FIND-A-GRAVE requests from my zip code area. Feelin pretty useful!

Then, backtracked on my brother's info that our daddy - Howard Huggins Jr - purchased two lots at Chapel Hill Cemetery, 8801 NW Expressway, Oklahoma City, OK County, OK


The area is called "Garden of Everlasting Life"







ARE U READY FOR THE GREAT PRE-PLANNER???

Purchase deeds are dated September 11, 1980 purchase of two lots total sum of $260.00 (a pymt plan no less)





My only problem is that 30-yrs ago, the place was not yet enlarged... so not this part of the original Chapel Hill is located in the very far-far back seat - area!

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Cotton pickin


Cotton pickin times
....slaves developed not only a spirit of self-reliance but experienced a measure of autonomy. These skills, when added to other talents for cooking, quilting, weaving, medicine, music, song, dance, and storytelling, instilled in slaves the sense that, as a group, they were not only competent but gifted.
Slaves used their talents to deflect some of the daily assaults of bondage. They saw themselves then as strong, valuable people who were unjustly held against their will rather than as the perpetually dependent children or immoral scoundrels described by so many of their owners. Indeed, they found through their artistry some moments of happiness, particularly by telling tales which portrayed work in humorous terms or when singing satirical songs which lampooned their owners

My old Mistis promise me
Dat when she died, she gwine set me free.
But she lived so long and got so po'
Dat she lef me diggin' wid er garden ho'.


-- plantation song recalled by Abram Harris, former slave from near Greenville, South Carolina

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

I think I'll link this blog into the preparation of our Tulsa 2011 Family Reunion!

Wordless Wednesday! May 2010















Tuesday, June 1, 2010