Monday, November 5, 2012

I Am Blessed!

I have been blessed with a tremendous amount of support while involved in the Elizabeth Warren genealogy research. Today I would like to say thank you.

To the members of the team who have worked on this with me, quietly in the background, thank you. Without you, there is no way I, alone, could have gotten as much research done as quickly as we did working together. I am truly blessed to be able to do what I love with such a great group of people.

To the Cherokee members of the group, Cherokees Demand Truth from Elizabeth Warren, thank you for putting your faith in me as a spokesperson. I know many of you are Democrats but despite that fact, you were not willing to sacrifice your integrity in order to support someone you know was/is being untruthful. I truly believe that we can, together, make a difference, even if it sometimes doesn’t feel like it. Keep the faith!

To the non-Cherokee members of the group, Cherokees Demand Truth from Elizabeth Warren, thank you for joining us and offering your support to us. Hopefully you have been able to learn more about real Cherokees in the process and will continue to be standing with us as we continue our quest to “demand truth from Elizabeth Warren.”

To Kathleen, Karen, David, Heather, Jennifer, Tresa, Cynthia, Donna, Mike, Jaime, Joe, Cole, Sioux, Jo Ann, Barbara, Robin, Ali, Bill, and Scott - thank you for being there when things got tough and when I needed to hear an encouraging word. You all are awesome and I am honored to count you as friends. (No last names needed because you know who you are!)

And last but not least, thank you to my readers. Hopefully you learned how genealogy can prove or disprove family lore as well as how crazy some people are about clinging to their fabricated stories of Cherokee ancestry, no matter what the evidence says.

Those are my thoughts for today.
Thanks for reading.

copyright 2012, Polly's Granddaughter - TCB

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for educating us all on the reality behind Ms. Warren's statements.

    My grandparents were amateur genealogists and sometimes caught flack from family members from publishing the truth. It's nothing compared to what you received. I know they would have approved.


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