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By makas_nc - Posted on 02 February 2008

I've noticed (because several of you have noticed) that the website is
experiencing some problems. Hang in there and hopefully things will sort
themselves out. Tomorrow is Sunday so go out and experience the mild
weather if you are on the East Coast and otherwise enjoy your day. Think
of our ancestors from so many generations past and how they might have
passed a day if they were having technical difficulties. I don't think
that my Great Grandmother Antonia Santa Maria (dob: 1862 in El Salitral,
Tepetongo, Zacatecas) could read but if she did needle work and somehow
her lantern wick or other part malfunctioned and she couldn't use it
maybe she would spend more time with one of her children possibly
telling stories by the woodstove fire. She might have told the story
about how an angel once helped her cross a raging river shortly after my
Grandmother (Virginia Diaz: dob: 1886, Las Animas, Santa Maria de Los
Angeles, Jalisco) was born after my GG grandmother Andrea Torres (dob:
1833, El Yngles, Santa Maria de Los Angeles, Jalisco, Mexico) was very
very hard on her making her life miserable enough to run away back to
the place of her parents: Lucio Santa Maria and Cecilia Espinoza (dob:
~1825 marriage: 1844 Tepetongo, Zacatecas, Mexico).

Or maybe my Grandmother Virginia Diaz would tell my father of the time
her husband my Grandfather, Julio Puente (dob: 1886, Las Animas, Santa
Maria de Los Angeles, Jalisco) was frozen motionless one night as he
walked home from a neighbors house in the night after he was sure a
mountain lion was roaming very close to him. Or the story of how my
Great Grandfather Jose Julio de Jesus Puentes (dob: 1852, Las Animas,
Santa Maria de Los Angeles, Jalisco) died right in front of my
Grandfather holding an iron bar digging a small path for the water to
run away from the house they were in during a severe
rain/thunder/lightening storm by being struck by lightening.

Just some thoughts.

joseph

====================

Joseph Puentes
http://h2opodcast.com (Environment Podcast)
http://h2opodcast.blogspot.com/ (Blog for above)
http://PleaseListenToYourMom.com (Women's Peace Podcast)
http://NuestraFamiliaUnida.com (Latin American History Podcast)
http://NuestrosRanchos.com (Jalisco, Zacatecas, and Aguascalientes
Genealogy)

I thought it was my computer giving me problems, thought maybe it wore out and I needed a new one. That very well may be, but it is good to know that it is an internet problem and not me. I do feel better about that. I have been very frustrated trying to get things to work and not having anything work out, especially when I tried to work on indexing and found I could not switch back and forth as needed. Thanks for the message.

Irene R. Sweet

----- Original Message ----
From: Joseph Puentes
To: announce@nuestrosranchos.com
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2008 9:35:15 PM
Subject: [Nuestros Ranchos] Website Problems

I've noticed (because several of you have noticed) that the website is
experiencing some problems. Hang in there and hopefully things will sort
themselves out. Tomorrow is Sunday so go out and experience the mild
weather if you are on the East Coast and otherwise enjoy your day. Think
of our ancestors from so many generations past and how they might have
passed a day if they were having technical difficulties. I don't think
that my Great Grandmother Antonia Santa Maria (dob: 1862 in El Salitral,
Tepetongo, Zacatecas) could read but if she did needle work and somehow
her lantern wick or other part malfunctioned and she couldn't use it
maybe she would spend more time with one of her children possibly
telling stories by the woodstove fire. She might have told the story
about how an angel once helped her cross a raging river shortly after my
Grandmother (Virginia Diaz: dob: 1886, Las Animas, Santa Maria de Los
Angeles, Jalisco) was born after my GG grandmother Andrea Torres (dob:
1833, El Yngles, Santa Maria de Los Angeles, Jalisco, Mexico) was very
very hard on her making her life miserable enough to run away back to
the place of her parents: Lucio Santa Maria and Cecilia Espinoza (dob:
~1825 marriage: 1844 Tepetongo, Zacatecas, Mexico).

Or maybe my Grandmother Virginia Diaz would tell my father of the time
her husband my Grandfather, Julio Puente (dob: 1886, Las Animas, Santa
Maria de Los Angeles, Jalisco) was frozen motionless one night as he
walked home from a neighbors house in the night after he was sure a
mountain lion was roaming very close to him. Or the story of how my
Great Grandfather Jose Julio de Jesus Puentes (dob: 1852, Las Animas,
Santa Maria de Los Angeles, Jalisco) died right in front of my
Grandfather holding an iron bar digging a small path for the water to
run away from the house they were in during a severe
rain/thunder/lightening storm by being struck by lightening.

Just some thoughts.

joseph

====================

Joseph Puentes
http://h2opodcast.com (Environment Podcast)
http://h2opodcast.blogspot.com/ (Blog for above)
http://PleaseListenToYourMom.com (Women's Peace Podcast)
http://NuestraFamiliaUnida.com (Latin American History Podcast)
http://NuestrosRanchos.com (Jalisco, Zacatecas, and Aguascalientes
Genealogy)

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