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Family Tree Gal, Carolyn Calton welcomes YOU!

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In every home, frame a family tree to help strengthen your posterity.

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I am committed to acknowledging connections throughout the generations--past, present, and future--and igniting a sense of extraordinary family purpose in individuals in THIS generation. Let me help you discover your "roots" as well as strengthen the "branches" of your family tree. If you have had painful experiences in your family line, then this is the blog for you! In fact, all of us will see that as we strengthen ourselves, we strenthen our entire FAMILY TREE through the power of our positive influence.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Memory Lane Monday (on Tuesday): Sweets

Memory Lane Monday is posted on Tuesday this week because I was having router problems yesterday and could not post my comments.  Sorry.  Nevertheless, I'm committed to moving forward with a few of my personal history memories this year, therefore, I'm posting today.

 Here is my Memory Lane Monday memory:

As I turn back the hands of time, I was always intrigued by the various candies at Halloween with their different sizes and shapes when I was a child.  Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies were my favorite.  (There seemed to be more variety then.)  I remember eating a 3 Musketeers candy bar after school for quite some time when I was a teenager.  (My favorite is now Snickers.)  I also loved “Cup ‘o Gold”. I’ve never outgrown my love for Root Beer Floats, so they are still a favorite choice of mine for dessert today, along with Klondike Bars, Dryers or Bryers Ice Cream, and I love Drumsticks.  Oh My!

On another note:

I was pleased to discover The Old Time Candy Company.  Click the banner below to take a further walk down Memory Lane while remembering candies from days gone by.  I find these candies to be a unique gift for birthdays and holidays for that person who “has everything” or is difficult to buy for.  I try to gather ideas so that my gift-giving can also be along family-heritage lines.  There’s just nothing like happy memories to gladden the heart!





Check out the entire blog prompt and a great (new) book on the market:


To use this week’s ’52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History’ challenge for your own personal history records, view the entire description by using my Examiner.com, Phoenix Genealogy Examiner link.  Clickhere.  Click subscribe (at the top) if you’d like to get my articles automatically delivered to your inbox, or click the RSS icon to read my posts via a feed reader.

This week's Examiner article also features a book launch party announcement about my friend's new memoir release, Lolly's Yarn by Anna Arnett (who is fun and spunky and happens to remind me of my own grandmother!)


The ’52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History’ series is authored by Amy Coffin of the We Tree blog.  These prompts are hosted on the GeneaBloggers Website.  Thank you Amy and Thomas.


Note from Family Tree Gal, Carolyn:  Have you joined the Family Tree Quest at
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Disclosure of Material Connection: I have not received any compensation from Amy Coffin or GeneaBloggers.com for writing this post. I am listed on the GeneaBloggers Blog Roll because I find it to be a valuable, shared community resource. I am an affiliate of The Old Time Candy Company as well as Amazon.com.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”