Author: Emily Hester
A Look Back on Today Twelve Years Later
Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. Matthew 6:33-34 NIV I’m finally getting around to blogging my 2011 New Year’s resolution. Yes and it is a month …
Update from Granny’s Front Porch
Emily shares a update on her experiences over the past few months from the drive way of the Wright’s old homeplace.
The Door Is Open Are You Going to Walk Through It?
Emily Hester shares her experience from a Sound Bath Session she received from Jason Lee of Heart Space Holistics. It is a raw, uncut vlog…be prepared it ain’t pretty. Her testimonial should be experienced in two ways. 1-Watching the video …
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Cat Chat Featuring Ringo and Kittens
Emily shares how Lamentations 3:22-23 brings encouragement to her life when she feels she is caught in a loop of mistakes. One of Emily’s tuxedo cats, Ringo is the star of the show along with her three kittens. LIKE this …
Sisters Talk About the “Folklore of the Muscogee Creek People” and How to Trace Native American Roots
The three sisters discuss some Muscogee folklore found on Mvskoke Media’s YouTube Channel. Also on this Sisters Talk episode, they share about Phillip Deere, the legend of the “Origin of Clans”, the myth of “The Creation of Land” and the …
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Muscogee Township of Concharty
Ida Mae Carlile’s mother Sylva Kelley is the three sisters link to being citizens of the Muscogee Nation. On the Creek Nation Census rolls (before 1900s), Sylva Kelley is listed under the towns Concharte or Concharty (multiple spellings) ** Here …
Faith Walk – His Word Is My Life Testimony
Emily shares her testimony in a video featuring Munchkin the cat perched above her office wall partition.
Exposing Your Roots – How Much Should You Share?
Emily shares some of her Aunt Irmarie’s Sunday School notes which prompts the question “What and how much of your family’s stories should you share?” Krista and Emily have a “Sisters Talk” on Granny’s Front Porch giving their answer.
Our Father, Floyd Dee – Part 2
In part two, Jennifer and Emily, two of the three sisters, share about their father in honor of the anniversary of his death on July 9, 2015. Make sure to check out part one if you haven’t yet.