Thursday, April 21, 2011

from blue bloods to indians

Welcome! I hope you enjoy the work I have published here with the help of others to get me and our family this far in our journey to past ancestors of blue blood royalty all the way to Indian ancestry. I have started adding photos! please check back often as this page will hold ongoing new surprises to the past and present.

Happy in a tee-pee or a castle i would be
for my ancestors came from near and far.
what has made me is what they are.
u r welcome to join my journey!
a progress of work it shall continue to be
expansive files to find and load
relatives i have yet to meet
lots of photos of them now and
of course some of me. please email me with any quesions at thank you.


  1. Hi Michelle,

    I work for the company that produces Mutual of Omaha’s “Aha Moment” campaign; visit to see what an aha moment is and the incredible stories we’ve filmed over the last two years. As I came across your website, I couldn’t help but think that you might have an aha moment to share.

    We’re taking our 34-foot Airstream mobile film studio to 25 cities to capture inspirational, life-changing aha moments from folks all over the country. We are headed to Davenport, IA on August 4th and 5th, and would love to invite you to share an aha moment! You would just have to step into the Airstream studio for a few minutes and tell your story on film to our tour manager. Your video will then be posted to, where you will be able to share it with your friends and family via email, Facebook and Twitter!

    For the second year in a row, our tour manager is Jessica Henry. Hailing from Athens, GA, Jessica is an outdoor enthusiast and self-proclaimed "foodie" who enjoys talking about powerful life moments with people just like you all over the country. You can read Jessica’s bio (and meet the rest of the crew) at

    We will be parked at Putnam Museum at 1717 West 12th Street, on August 4th and 5th from 11am to 7pm.

    Let me know as soon as possible and I can reserve some time for you.

    Many thanks!

    Olivia Lasky

    View aha moment videos:
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  2. i would love to try the aha moment thing if you happen to come back to the quad cities! thanks olivia! my aha moment was when i realized i was royalty from my ancestors down and that people looked up to me as a leader. i realized that we can do anything we set our minds to do when we just believe in ourselves and our path to always live seeking to help others and do good things in life. :).