Road Trips with Kids. Are We There Yet?

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“Are we there yet?” This phrase has been spoken many times in the back seat of my Hyandai as we have traveled the countryside on vacation, for soccer tournaments, or to visit family. I have to be honest. I have been that Mom that gives her kids an ipad and says, “Here, play some video… Read more »

Easter Tribute Honoring the Religious Heroes of Titanic – Tribute to Reverend Robert Bateman

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This week, leading up to Easter Weekend, it seems appropriate to do a special tribute to the religious heroes that sailed on Titanic and honored God until the bitter end. Today, I would like to introduce you to Reverend Robert Bateman. He was from Jacksonville, Florida and traveled 2nd Class aboard Titanic at age 52…. Read more »

Titanic Honors the Irish – Tribute to Miss Bertha Moran

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Hello to ya’! I’m Bertha Bridget Moran, but they call me Bertha back home and at my job. I work at the Peabody Shirt Factory in Troy, New York, makin’ those famous shirts for the Arrow Shirt Company. To claim an inheritance, my brother, Daniel, had to return to our family home in Limerick, Ireland,… Read more »

Titanic Honors the Irish – Tribute to Miss Bridget McDermott

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Ever heard of St. Louis, Missouri? Well, that is where Miss Bridget McDermott was heading in April 1912, when she boarded Titanic. She came from County Mayo, Northern Ireland with a big dream of making a name for herself in America. She would encounter some interesting foreshadowing on her journey to board Titanic. You see,… Read more »