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Saturday, November 30, 2013

The Book of Me, Written By You - Prompt 13: Special People / Iconic Figures


 
The Book of Me, Written By You
Prompt 13: Special People / Iconic Figures
 

"The Book of Me, Written By You" is a GeneaBloggers project created by Julie Goucher of the Anglers Rest blog. The concept: a series of blogging and writing prompts that help family historians capture their own memories and write about themselves.



Prompt 13: Special People / Iconic Figures

This week’s prompt is Special People / Iconic Figures

    •    If you had to hold a dinner party and could invite a maximum of 12 special people who would you invite?
    •    You can NOT include family in this – the special people could be famous or historical people.
    •    What meals would you serve and why.
    •    Perhaps include the recipe or a photo if you decided to actually cook the items!


I'm just going to provide my list of 12 people without comment.
You may comment, if you like! ;-)

John Quincy Adams
Tom Hanks
Bill Clinton
Thomas Jefferson
Teddy Roosevelt
Harry Truman
Albert Einstein
Henry Ford
Harrison Ford
Hillary Clinton
Ida M. Tarbull
Sandra Day O'Conner


Families are Forever!

2 comments:

  1. Never heard the name Ida Tarbull but after googling..guess i should read more about her!!!..I almost could have made that list for you!! LOL...You forgot to answer what meal what you serve??? Good list by the way!!!

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    1. Ida is a "star" in the "Bully Pulpit" book I'm currently reading... Thought it would be noticed. THANKS!
      Want to join us for dinner with them? Probably have hamburgers and french fries. Just read that Thomas Jefferson first served "Potatoes served in the French manner" i 1802...

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