Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Miss Lula Belle Moore

As I have been told, Aunt Lula was quite a remarkable and open minded lady. Although she lived in the times when an average person most often never left the place when they were born, Aunt Lula enjoyed traveling. She visited various countries in Europe and many spots in the US as well. She led an active life even when she got older.

Lula Belle Moore

I wish I could talk to her about various family stories and the family origins which she knew about.

Lula Belle Brown was born on 7 September 1886 in Collin County, Texas to Rachel Clementine Brown (nee Howard) and Robert Jefferson Davis.  She had a two year older sister Clevie May Brown, born on 29 November 1884, also in Collin, Texas.

Lula Belle, Rachel Clementine Brown, Clevie May

Aunt Lula married three times. Her first husband was Charles Wells, born in 1882. They got married on 18 August 1918 in Dallas, TX.

On 16 June 1924, Lula married Charles L. Moon.  I guess she was widowed twice.

Lula's third husband's name was Moore. I do not know anything about the marriage, though. I could not find any exact information about that.

As far as I know Aunt Lula had no children. She moved from Texas to San Diego, California, where she passed away not long before her 83 birthday, on 22 August 1979.

Lula Belle Moore came back home to Texas after her death. Her body was buried at the Restland Cemetery in Dallas, TX. God bless her soul.


Wywiady Klubowe: Rozmowa z Martą Abd Elsamie

W Egipcie byliśmy już. Dzisiaj wracamy tam, by porozmawiać z Martą.

Witaj Marto, opowiedz nam o Twoim miejscu w Polsce.

Pochodzę z małej wioski pod Radomiem, aczkolwiek moje miejsce w Polsce to zdecydowanie Lublin na wschodzie Polski. Tam byłam w liceum, później tam również studiowałam, poznałam swojego męża, urodziłam pierwszego syna. Mam wielki sentyment do tego miasta.

Jak dawno temu wyjechałaś z Polski?

W sierpniu minie 6 lat, od kiedy wyjechaliśmy. W tym czasie tylko raz byłam w Polsce – rok temu.

Kraj/ kraje / przyczyna Twojej emigracji to...

Związek z Arabem nie spotyka się w Polsce z pozytywnym odbiorem. Od początku wiedzieliśmy, że nasza przyszłość wiążę się z innym krajem. Jako że mąż jest Egipcjaninem padło na Egipt właśnie. Poza tym wielokrotnie słyszałam, że dopiero, gdybyśmy mieszkali w Egipcie, poznałabym „prawdziwą twarz” swojego męża. Nie mogłam więc przepuścić takiej okazji ;).

 

Powiesz nam o Twoim wykształceniu?

Z wykształcenia jestem magistrem ekonomii. Nie korzystam jednak z tego tytułu i nie pracuję w zawodzie.

Czym zajmujesz się na co dzień?

Na co dzień zajmuję się projektowaniem stron internetowych oraz rodziną. Poza tym staram się jak najwięcej korzystać z uroków mieszkania w Hurghadzie.
 

Jakie mas hobby / co lubisz robić w czasie wolnym?

W wolnym czasie lubię przede wszystkim spędzać czas z rodziną. Lubię też czytać książki, oglądać interesujące filmy i ... dokształcać się.

Z czego jesteś dumna?

Myślę, że najbardziej jestem dumna z tego, że moje dzieci są pełne empatii.


Kiedy zaczęłaś pisać bloga / o czym piszesz na blogu?

Blog powstał po przyjeździe do Egiptu. Z założenia miał dokumentować związek z Egipcjaninem i życie w Egipcie. Dodaję też jednak sporadycznie informacje o filmach / książkach związanych z tematyką arabską, islamie oraz języku arabskim.

Czym jest dla Ciebie Klub Polki?

Klub Polki jest niesamowitym miejscem, które gromadzi wiele różnorodnych osób, umiejących dojść do porozumienia pomimo odmiennych charakterów, oraz rozsiania po całym świecie. Uważam, że to wspaniała inicjatywa.

Co jeszcze chciałabyś nam powiedzieć o sobie?

Uważam się za pogodną i przyjacielską osobę, która uwielbia się śmiać. Nie znoszę stereotypów i wrzucania ludzi do jednego wora ze względu na wyznawaną przez ich religię, rasę, narodowość, czy płeć.

MARTA ABD ELSAMIE

Blog Marty: Żona Egipcjanina
Facebook: @żonaEgipcjanina

Marto dziękujemy za spotkanie. Życzymy Ci powodzenia w każdym przedsięwzięciu!
Z Egiptu polecimy wkrótce do Francji, gdzie przeprowadzimy kolejny Wywiad Klubowy. Z kim? Dowiecie się już w czerwcu. 👧

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Movies Monthly: April

Today I am sharing with you which movies and shows we found most interesting last month.

TV series

Home Fires (BBC production) came back with the second season.  The plot is quite engaging. So many various types of characters. There is always something new the series heroines have to deal with. Besides, I like some of the wardrobe pieces, especially cute sweaters, presented by the ladies.

A Place Called Home - another season started. When we began watching the previous season, at first I did not very much enjoy it - we did not see the very first episodes so it was rather confusing who was who and what was going on. So far, the second part has been really involving. Waiting for the great fall of Regina's. Hopefully, it will come and the hateful lady will be properly 'rewarded' for all the evil plotting against others. Who knows what will Anna reveal about family secrets in her book? Maybe more than it is expected. Anyway, her outfits - dresses and matching cardigans are lovely. My type of fashion. 👩

Agatha Raisin - another detective story series by BBC. Not much had happened in the quiet English village before Agatha moved in. Since then, murder after murder, one criminal case after another Agatha needs to look into. All in all, an entertaining series. The lady reminds me of a woman I used to work with - the same hairstyle, hair color, type of makeup.

The White Princess - dramatized history facts regarding Elizabeth of York, her husband King Henry VII, their family members and the War of Roses. When we are young, we tend to think how good it would be to be a princess or a king - no need to do much, servants doing all the work for us, wealth and enjoyment every day. How different the truth was and how dangerous (due to plotting and hate at a royal court) such a life would have been, we can learn from history and series like that one. The White Princess brought to my mind 'The Plantagenet Saga' - a series which I enjoyed watching a long time ago. To sum up - the history of England showed through the lives of individuals and their personalities as well.
The sound in the show (and in many new movies) is so low that you can hardly hear what the characters are saying, even when the volume is maxed up.

Morgan Freeman's Through The Wormhole - very sophisticated topic talked about this time (at least so far) in the documentary. You could not agree with all the presented theories - well gives a subject for a discussion at least.


Films

Son of Saul - 2015 (war) - Hungarian production: the horrors of concentration camp death factory ' line' and the fate of the prisoners involved in it. Even if you know something about how the death camps worked, seeing it (in the movie) is quite shaking.

Two for Texas - 1998 (western) - history of Texas showed from a bit different angle and in a different way. Actually as if by the way. An interesting approach and a good movie.

Non-Stop - 2014 (thriller) - frequent plot turns make the movie engaging and interesting. Liam Neeson as a controversial air marshal versus iPhones and terrorists on the plane.

Testament of Youth - 2014 (war, biography) - the tragedy of WWI from a personal perspective. The distress of those who fought and their family members who stayed at home.

The Lone Ranger - 2014  - western, adventure + humor (and Johnny Depp) = good entertainment for the entire family.

That is all about our April movies. Soon, I am going to tell you more about Aunt Lula, my ancestry research inspiration.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Our Cosmetic Experience


I am going to come back to our ancestry stories soon, right now I need to catch up with my other series posts.

Here is another entry on the cosmetics we tried. I am planning to write about a product/cosmetic once only, even if we like it and buy it more often.

Body care
The cleansing liquid by Cetaphil is fragrance-free and did not cause any skin irritations. However, it is not my favorite body cleanser as it makes my skin feel the same as if I used regular soap - dry and stripped of lipid surface. On the other hand, that cleanser is a good option if you need to replace soap with a milder product considering washing some more delicate body parts or just hand and face.

Would we buy it again? Maybe


Bath salt
The size of the Epsom salt bag was very convenient and pouring the right amount of the salt into the bath was very easy.
Epsom salt makes a bath a relaxing experience. It helps to relax tired muscles and refreshes the skin. Another factor which I find very important is: the salt does not affect the PH of the skin and the intimate body parts as many bubble bath liquids do. Epsom salt cannot be used by everybody - always read the about the product provided by the manufacturer.

More about Epsom salt in my other post.

Would we buy it again? 👍


Body wash by Rossmann
When I lived in Poland, I often purchased cosmetics at Rossmann drug stores. I liked the store brands, its quality and the prices at the store as well. Isana is of their brands too. I got the body wash during our last visit in Poland. It was great - creamy and of rather thick consistency (which made it very efficient). And it smelled so nice - like a bunch of flowers. I liked the flowery pattern on the bottle as well. If I could, I would have bought more cosmetics at Rossmann. Unfortunately, it was not possible - when we were coming back home, my suitcase was filled up to its limits and nothing more could be possibly packed in it.


The body wash by Isana contains Magnolia Liliflora extract.

Would we buy it again? 👍

Leg care
My calves love that horse-chestnut based gel. It improves the blood circulation in varicose veins, makes them less visible. The gel relaxes the tired legs as well. Its fragrance is delicate yet pleasant. When I lived in Poland I always applied some gel with horse-chestnut extract on my calves - morning and evenings.  My legs were fine as my calves did not hurt thanks to the treatment. The thing is this kind of gel is very popular in Poland, available in different versions by different brands.
When I moved to Texas, I tried to find a similar product but, regrettably, nothing like that chestnut extract based gel was available here. That was one of the things on my shopping list when we were in Poland again. I am glad I finally got it! The box was quite big (it contained320g of the product - which was a lot). Wish it had been bigger and lasted much longer than four months.


Besides horse-chestnut extract, rutin is one of the gel ingredients.


Would we buy it again? 👍

Friday, May 19, 2017

William Fitzhugh

When I saw the name Fitzhugh in our family tree for the first time, I thought 'What a weird way to name a child'. I had never heard of such a given name before. Later, when I found out that it originally could have been a surname of an ancestor, I wondered: 'Why was it so significant that some parents decided to choose the surname to name their child?' That person from the past who bore the family name Fitzhugh must have been of certain importance to our relatives. Why? Who was it?

I started looking for any information on a Fitzhugh person/persons in our family tree. To my surprise, I found the answers to my questions quite easily.

William Fitzhugh was born on January 9, 1651, in Bedford, England. His parents were Henry Fitzhugh and mary King. Henry was a woolen draper and the mayor of Bedford in 1649.


William came to Virginia where he owned 54,000 acres of land. He was a politician, lawyer, and tobacco planter. William married Sarah Tucker (daughter of  John Tucker and Sarah Tucker nee Allerton) on May 01, 1674 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Sarah was born in circa 1633, in Carleton, North Yorkshire, England; she died on December 1, 1792, in Westmoreland, Virginia.William and Sarah started their own family line - they had seven children.

William Fitzhugh was a prominent, leading person in the Virginia society, patron of the arts who led the way in fashion and lifestyle. He was also Colonial War veteran - Lt. Colonel of Virginia Militia (formed in 1682). He was not the only Revolutionary War veteran in the family - William's brother Henry was Colonel of Virginia Rangers, William's son William Jr served as Major of Stafford militia.

William died on October 21, 1701, at his home in Bedford. He was buried at Eagle's Nest Cemetery in Virginia.

Credits:

Photo of William Fitzhugh's portrait: Virginia Historical Society

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Miss Nannie Angel Brown

Nannie Angel Brown is one of the persons/relatives from Aunt Lula's album (I wrote about the album here).

Miss Nannie Angel Brown

When I first saw the album and the photos, I thought that Angel was a middle name. Later it appeared to be the lady's maiden name. The surname occurs in the family tree in various spelling options: Angel, Angle, and Anglea. The latter one seems to be the original form changed within the years, (possibly by clerks? who recorded the name).

Anyway, Nancy Neal Angel was a daughter of Marcus Lafayette Anglea and Mammie Erena Anglea nee Jones.

Marcus Lafayette Anglea was born in Gallatin, Sumner County, TN on 9 November 1835, he died in Edna, Jackson County, TX on 26 August 1892.

Mammie was born on 5 January 1838 in TN and she died in Desdemona, Eastland County, Texas on 20 December 1878. Mammie and Marcus married on 19 January 1859 in Sumner Co., Tennessee. Mammie was 18 and Marcus was 24.

Nancy Neal Angel was the eighth child of the Anglea couple. She was born 9 March 1870 in Sumner Co., TN. Nannie moved to Texas with her parents and siblings probably in or before 1876. The records show that in 1880 the Anglea family lived at Dist. 3, Precinct 5, Collin County, Texas.

At the age of 22, Nannie got married. Her spouse, a year older than the bride, was Mr. John William Brown (born on 2 September 1870 in Collin Co., Texas), son of John Liter Brown and . The ceremony took place on 14 December 1892 in Collin County, Texas.

I have had difficulties with finding the information on Nannies and John's children.  So far I have come across a record on one child only - William L Brown born on 31 August 1983. Nannie gave birth to the boy when she was twenty-two. William married Alma M. He died on 23 July 1985.

When Nannie was forty-five, on 9 December 1915, John William Brown, her husband, passed away in McKinney, Collin Co., TX. He was buried in Allen at Allen Cemetary, Collin Co., TX


Nancy Neal Brown died at the age of eighty-seven, on 30 July 1957 in McKinney, Collin County, Texas. Her body rests at the same cemetery where her husband was buried, in Allen TX.


I wish I knew more about Miss Nannie Angel Brown, more than dates and numbers only as digits do not make a person. On the other hand, it is good to know who the lady in the picture was and at least a bit about her and her life.

Nannie Angel's siblings

Isabell Angel Howard 

James Lafayette Angle
born on February 25, 1863*, TN, died on June 27, 1949, in Allen, TX.
James married Eliza Catherine (Katie) Brown on May 5, 1869, in Collin Co. Eliza died at the age of 95, on July 23, 1964, in Allen, Collin TX. James and Eliza had 8 children.

Henretta Angle
born on  June 5, 1863*, in Gallatin, Sumner Co., TN. She died on June 21, 1947, in Denton, Denton Co., TX.
Henretta married  Elijah Edwin Dean on Dec 13, 1883, in Hunt Co., TX.
Elijah was born on September 1, 1852. He died when Henretta was 72, on May 29, 1935. Henretta and Elijah had eight children.

Albert Abner Angle
born on October 13, 1864, in TN. He died on January 10, 1929, Collin TX.

Durrett Monroe Angle 
born on June 11, 1866, in Sumner Co., TN. He died on October 14, 1936, in Cedar Hill, Dallas County.
According to my research, Durett married Minnie E Hopkins on December 15, 1890, in Collin County, TX. Minnie was born on April 12, 1874, in Missouri. She died when Durrett was 65 - it was in Dallas, on Dec 15, 1931. I have found the info on the two children of Durrett and Minnie's only.

Dora Elizabeth Angel Howard - more info soon

Charles Thomas Angle
born on April 16, 1873, in Sumner Co., TN, he died on August 16, 1923, in  Dallas.

According to my findings, he possibly had two wives:

1. Evalyn Magruder whom he married on December 7, 1898, in San Angelo, Tom Green, TX. They had one child (?). No records on their divorce though.
2. Alice Evelyn Coleman whom he married on March 18, 1907, in Sherman, Grayson, TX. They had six children (?).

Willie Mattie Angle - the youngest of the Angle children was born on December 5, 1876, in Collin County, TX. Unfortunately, the child did not live very long, the boy died on January 29, 1879, in Collin, TX.

* I guess, something must be wrong with the records - possible mistake? James born in Feb 1863, Henretta in June, the same year?

Credits:
Picture of gravestone by Kelly O'Brian

Monday, May 15, 2017

Wywiady Klubowe: Rozmowa z Justyną

Z Turcji wracamy do Francji. Już czas na spotkanie z Madame Bonheur!

Justyno, gdzie jest Twoje miejsce w Polsce?

Warszawa – miasto, w którym się urodziłam i wychowałam. Uwielbiam je za jego wyjątkową historię, atmosferę, ciekawe miejsca i tempo życia. Dużo się tam dzieje!



Jak dawno temu wyjechałaś z Polski?

Wyjechałam dokładnie 24 czerwca 2014 roku i mieszkam za granicą już prawie trzy lata. Dokładnie pamiętam tę datę, bo byłam zestresowana i pełna obaw. Jednak z czasem wszystko się ułożyło, a autokarowy „bilet w jedną stronę” zachowałam na pamiątkę.

 Kraj/ kraje / przyczyna Twojej emigracji?

Decyzję o wyjeździe podjęliśmy wspólnie z mężem (wtedy jeszcze narzeczonym). To był dla nas jedyny sposób na zyskanie niezależności i lepsze zarobki. Na kraj emigracji wybraliśmy Francję, ponieważ mieszkali tu rodzice mojego partnera. Zadeklarowali oni, że możemy się u nich zatrzymać, do czasu aż znajdziemy pracę. Wyjechaliśmy zaraz po studiach.

Pontcharra, Francja

 Czy powiesz nam coś o swoim wykształceniu?

Jestem magistrem Prawa, ale nie pracuję w zawodzie.

Czym zajmujesz się na co dzień?

Pracuję w magazynie znanej sieci sklepów dyskontowych. Co prawda nie jest to zajęcie zgodne ani z moim wykształceniem, ani z dotychczasowym doświadczeniem, ale lubię to miejsce ze względu na atmosferę, warunki współpracy i podejście do pracownika. Obecnie nie szukam innej pracy, a w przyszłości planuję postawić na rozwój w strukturach obecnej firmy.

Twoje hobby / co lubisz robić w czasie wolnym?

Interesuję się przede wszystkim historią i kinem. W wolnym czasie lubię podróżować, czytać, jeździć na rowerze i pisać bloga. Blogosfera to prawdziwa kopalnia wiedzy na wiele różnych tematów i cieszę się, że mogę być jej częścią.

Z czego jesteś dumna?

Najbardziej jestem dumna z tego, że udało mi się ułożyć życie w obcym kraju. Zaczynałam wszystko od zera i musiałam poradzić sobie z wieloma przeszkodami. Poza tym języka francuskiego zaczęłam się uczyć w Polsce zaledwie 2 lata przed planowanym przyjazdem. W tym krótkim czasie uczęszczałam na kursy intensywne i osiągnęłam poziom B1, ale na początku pobytu nie było mi łatwo. Teraz widzę, że moje umiejętności są o wiele większe. Jestem też dumna z mojego związku. Mój mąż jest dla mnie wielkim szczęściem i wsparciem.

Kiedy zaczęłaś pisać bloga / o czym piszesz na blogu?

Swoją stronę internetową zaczęłam prowadzić półtora roku temu. Jest to blog emigracyjno-podróżniczy, gdzie opisuję swoje doświadczenia, przemyślenia i ciekawostki, związane z Francją i życiem na obczyźnie. W wolnym czasie dużo zwiedzam, więc opisuję też najciekawsze miejsca, jakie udało mi się zobaczyć. W tej kwestii nie ograniczam się jednak tylko do Francji. W ostatnim czasie stworzyłam cykl postów dotyczących Japonii, gdzie spędziłam niemal całe wakacje. Planuję też inne cykle dotyczące miejsc, które według mnie zasługują na szczególne wyróżnienie.

Czym jest dla Ciebie Klub Polki?

Klub Polki to moje ulubione miejsce w Internecie. Jest to grupa wspaniałych kobiet i zbiór życiowych historii, podobnych do mojej. Jednak dołączając do klubu, nie spodziewałam się, że znajdę tyle otwartych i życzliwych osób. Pisząc na forum, czuję, jakbym rozmawiała z dobrymi, starymi przyjaciółkami. Uwielbiam też czytać klubowe blogi, bo dzięki temu mogę być w takich zakątkach świata, o jakich nawet nie śniłam.

Co jeszcze chciałabyś nam powiedzieć?

Jednym z moich ulubionych cytatów jest stwierdzenie „Szczęście nie jest przeznaczeniem. Szczęście to sposób życia”. Od dziecka wpaja nam się wiele rzeczy, które „musimy” w życiu robić. W konsekwencji ciężko pracujemy, żeby mieć dobrą przyszłość i często zapominamy o teraźniejszości. Jednak nie można pozwolić, żeby życie przelatywało nam przez palce. Nie powinno się też odkładać szczęścia na później. Dlatego ja nie marnuję okazji i staram się robić jak najwięcej rzeczy, które sprawiają mi przyjemność. I tego życzę wszystkim Czytelnikom i emigrantkom z Klubu Polki – spełniania wszystkich małych i wielkich marzeń.

JUSTYNA (MADAME BONHEUR) 

Blog Justyny: 1756 km na Zachód 
Facebook: @1756knnaZachod

Justyno życzymy szczęscia i gratulujemy wsparcia ze strony męża. Dziękujemy za spotkanie i zapraszamy do czytania kolejnych Wywiadów. Już pod koniec maja następna rozmowa Klubowa. 😊

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Texas Scottish Festival Again

Last weekend we enjoyed this year's edition of the Texas Scottish Festival and Highland Games. It was a very enjoyable event and we had a great time. As usual, Murder The Stout was the most enjoyable bands of all — at least in our opinion. Well, others were good too, Murder The Stout is just our favorite one.

I have read on the news that the Scottish festival will no longer be held at the Arlington Stadium. It was the last time there and in the next year, it will be organized somewhere else. Who knows where?


Murder The Stout

Part of North Texas Caledonian Pipes and Drums



More traditional music and a great bagpiper

Sport tournaments

Kilt ans a cowboy hat - Texas Scottish style


Monday, May 8, 2017

Shrader Line

I am trying to unlock the mystery of long forgotten relatives whose surnames survived till today in their descendants' middle names. One of such family names is Shrader.

According to my research, Wilhelm Schroeder/ Schräder was born in Manheim, in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, in - circa - 1724. When he was six years old, together with his parents and other members of his family, little Wilhelm boarded a ship to get to America. During the journey, all the members of the Shroeder family got ill and died. Only Willie survived. Another German immigrant - Johann Jacob Hock - took the boy to his farm where Wilhelm lived till he grew up. Then he married the farmer's daughter, Susanna and started his own family.

The story suggests that since Wilhelm was not able to pay for his travel, he was indentured to pay and that was why he went to the farm of Johann Hock (to work?). However, there is no document to support it. I would rather think that the Shroeder family paid for their 'tickets' before they all boarded the ship and maybe Johann decided to take care of the little boy knowing that Wilhelm was all alone.

Johann Jacob Hock was born about 1710 in Germany and died in June 1766 in York County, Pennsylvania. His wife Anna Margaritha was born about 1710 and died in York Co., PA in circa 1785.

Their daughter Susanna Hock (the spelling of the surname got changed to Hoke) was born about 1727 (in Germany or PA).

Wilhelm Schroeder (who changed his name to William Shrader) married Susanna on 14 August 1744 in the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church in New Holland, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

William and Susanna had seven children.

Philip Shrader (1749 - d. 1 October 1778 PA) - he was a captain during the American War of Independence (1775–1783). His wife was Eva Byers.

Heinrich Jacob Shrader (1750 - 1 February 1829 in Jefferson County KY) - captain during the Revolutionary War (PA). Heinrich married Mary /Anna Maria between 1764 and 1848.

Aaron Shrader (1753 in Baltimore County, Maryland - 12 August 1826 in Butler County, Ohio). Aaron married Elizabeth Margaretha Rowen - circa 1783 (1766?) in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. They had twelve children.

Susannah Shrader (circa 1750 in Westmoreland County, PA - ?). She married Conrad Colmer - circa 1775 in Pennsylvania.

Wilhelm / William Shrader Junior (6 March 1755 in Stanton, Westmoreland Co., PA or Baltimore Co., MD - 4 August 1828 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania).  He married Anna Maria Sechrist - circa 1778 in PA. William and Anna Maria had nine children. William was a private during the Revolutionary War (PA).

Julia Ann Shrader (22 August 1762 - Baltimore Co., Maryland - before 19 January 1824 in St Landry Parish, Pennsylvania). Julia Ann had three husbands: Benedict Hoke (marriage - circa 1781 PA), capt. William Thomas (marriage - circa 1790) and Dr. John Sappington.

Maria Barbara Shrader (circa 1760 in Baltimore County, Maryland - 16 March 1842 in Columbiana County, Ohio). She married Michael Zehner on 15 February in New Alexandria, Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania. Maria and Michael had seven children.


I would love to find the connection of William Shrader's line to the Shrader family who lived in Texas. I would be grateful for some information on that matter.

Spring Gallery

The Spring Photo Gallery by Polish Ladies Abroad (Klub Polki na Obczyźnie) has been online already. Many beautiful pictures from various countries in the world, where Polish ladies are.
Our photos are part of the gallery too!

To view the entire gallery, click on the photo below.

http://klubpolek.pl/galeria-marcowo-kwietniowa/