I was just going through some older posts here on lisa-and-mike, and I clicked on the link to the post about my Great Aunt Jean. I noticed at the bottom of the photo’s caption it mentions my cousins were busy at the Deliverance Center on Park Ave. Well, I decided to search that, I knew that my Great Uncle Jimmy (James Reynolds, Sr.) was a preacher with a radio show and a traveling bus back in the 60’s and 70’s. Well, his legacy lives on at the Deliverance Center today.
His son (Stephen Reynolds, Sr.) and grandson (Stephen Reynolds, Jr.) are still running the church now. The only memory I have of my Nanna Reynolds (Mary Elizabeth Reynolds, nee Murphy) was from the Deliverance Center in the early 1990’s. She was 90 years old at the time, and was spry taking care of people at the center 15-20 years younger than her. She was a tough, but stately woman from my recollection.
So, I’ve finally moved over to a new webhost. I had been using WebIntellects for over a decade, but their infrastructure is outdated (read: slow), and their prices are a bit on the high side these days, even paying for the whole year in advance. I’m now using DigitalOcean. It’s all built on SSD (Solid State Drive) technology, and it’s super-duper fast. I got everything migrated, including the genealogy portion of the website. The only thing I lost in the move was the database of users from the Webtrees side. So, anyone who had an account on Webtrees will need to sign up again.
I fixed the pictures on Webtrees too! For those who have visited in the past, or those who are visiting now, you’ll actually get to see all the pictures. Yay!
Words cannot express how sad and tired we are after the last couple of months. We noticed something was wrong with Peanut on May 24th, when went to Lake Tuscarora. We bought the boys a hamburger and fries to split. We don’t often deviate from their usual diet, but on special occasions, like their birthdays, or days out like that, we’ll do something special for them. More