See that SCHERZINGEN crest (click here to see it bigger)? That's the official crest of the town of Scherzingen, Germany (current population about 80), where the Scherzinger family originated. It's a really tiny town that's actually smaller than most suburban subdivisions in the US. The crest was sent to my father, Earl, by his second cousin, Robert Carl Scherzinger, from California. Thanks, Robert!
Please feel free to roam around. There's a lot to see here, including our old Geocities site. Although it is extremely outdated and should probably just go away, I've preserved the photos, but note that the information is very old. You can access the old sites via the Family Links menu item.
This Year's Highlights
Below are the highlights of 2020. To see highlights of prior years, use the MONTHLIES menu above.
And now states, including Virginia, are forcing businesses to close or severely limit customer density. Food and grocery deliveries are still allowed. People are losing their jobs, can't pay rent, things are getting bad. We're buying or making masks, buying cleansers and disinfectants, etc. if we can even find them. Eileen continues working from home while Bruce has to continue going into the office. St. Mary's Home now disallows all visitors and implements strict staff checks every shift. Rachel is doing fine, but we miss her.
Later in the month some states decide to let businesses reopen under pressure from protestors. The Fed is giving in as well. Probably looking at a second wave of cases.
Another NG building closure and deep cleannig due to a COVID-19 case.
Have you noticed there haven't been any photos uploaded here yet this year?