I grew up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and moved to the Salt Lake City, Utah area seven years ago. I have been married to my husband Dave for almost fourteen years now. We have three children- Blake, Jacob, and Kara.
I have a passion for family history. I was really pleased to discover the Pixel Scrapper site as Ancestry announced last week that they will be closing down the MyCanvas publishing site in September. I had previously used this site to make family history books. I am now making pages in Power Point and have been pleased with the results using embellishments from this site. I am in the process of making a book about the descendants of my great-grandparents John Joseph McNulty and Loretta Grace Siddons who had sixteen children.
I am the Abel clan historian for the Thomas Munson Foundation. Thomas was my 10th great-grandfather. I am actively helping to compile family data sheets for cousins lines who are not in the first five volumes of The Munson Record.
I have researched family history for others in the past but a lot of my efforts these days are focused on helping my cousins get to know their family lines better through Facebook family websites where I have shared my family history scrapbook pages and pictures.
I am a stay at home mom and dedicated family historian/genealogist. I also babysit for younger children in my home during the school year.
I made this page to commemorate my 14th wedding anniversary this month. I used Sheila Reid's Colorful Roses paper. I also used the Bible embellishment from her baptism kit since it works well for weddings as well. I used two butterflies (symbolizing new beginnings) that were designed by Janet Scott as well as a frame designed by Janet Scott. The heart lock is a Sheila Reid sweet valentine design and the key I found online. I liked the quote by Emily Bronte as marriage is a union of two souls and I thought it works well for wedding-themed pages.
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