I have really been enjoying all the stories. I enjoyed yours and I grasped when you said : “Parents did not relate any info on the history of families.” Yes, I realize I was fortunate , but I also understand that under such hardships, they proabably wanted to forget many things.

I have really gotten feed-back from people seeing mine. From Spain , Arizona, Mich., Atlanta,Mexico in Monclova, Monterrey, Saltillo, and here in Galveston and San Antonio. My cousin from Monclova sent me an e-mail that she had cried when she said her father with mine in one of the pictures. It was translated by one of her daughters. And just last nite, a friend of Sal told me I had represented all Mex.-Americans that all had stories. I just told them that It was you that had composed it all. Another one in Mich. told me she had also cried because she had never seen pictures of her grt-grandfather and uncles. So I opened a can of “good worms”. I feel good about it. Just wanted to share this with you.

And I want to share this with you: Written in 1600 by a greek man.

“Not to know what happened before we were born is to remain perpetually a child. For what is the worth of a human life unless it is woven in the life of our ancestors by the records of history”

I loved it… enjoy!!





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