What if you could organize the ultimate fantasy football draft and include players not only active today but also players from your father or grandfather’s heyday? Would Johnny Unitas really beat Peyton Manning for total touchdown passes or would modern –era football and its faster, sleeker approach rule out in the end of the day. Who would you pick? Jim Brown or Adrian Peterson?
Whether you trace your family roots back to the Revolutionary War or your parents were first-generation Americans, getting together with family is a great way to celebrate the 4th of July. Try some of these fun ideas for activities that will engage the whole group, from the toddlers to the octogenarians.
Bring your family together to support a cause or conquer a goal and enjoy memories and laughter for years to come. Start your own Team Family.
These days everyone, from Grandparents to Grandchildren, seems to be plugged into the internet. Take advantage of technology to stay connected by creating your own Family Website. A Family Website is a great way to enjoy photographs, document memories, and deliver important news. Here are few tips on starting yours.
I’m excited to kick-off Family History Month with a trip down South to capture a family’s story in a Family Documentary Video for their upcoming reunion. The weather has cooled in Chicago so the warmth of the Alabama sun is definitely welcome. The thought of meeting a new family and helping to capture and preserve their story fills me with anticipation once again.
With October upon us, temperatures are dropping and the leaves are turning in most parts of the country. Perhaps tucked away somewhere lies a family quilt or knitted and crocheted blankets, made by your relatives from a bygone era.