Angela Breidenbach, host of Historically Speaking, interviews Andrea Boeshaar about her family history love story, the poor little orphan girl grew up playing piano. The milkman heard the lovely melodies and had to meet the player of those lovely tunes... Andrea shares the true historical love story that brought her grandparents together. Listen in to hear the lovely tale, learn more about history, and get genealogy tips to uncover the historical love stories in your family. her book series, The FABRIC OF TIME is based upon Andrea Boeshaar's family history. Twice she organized family reunions and she garnered information from her grandfather, his siblings, and cousins. The premise of Andrea's historical series is that, in book 1 "Threads of Hope" Kristin Eikaas comes to Wisconsin from Norway and falls in love with Sam Sundberg--unaware of the families feuding. Book 2, "Threads of Faith" is about Sam and Kristin's son, Daniel, a sea captain who must come home and make peace with his family--except there was a stowaway on board his ship from England and he's had no choice but to bring her home with him, causing quite the stir in town. Book 3, "Threads of Love" is about Julianna and Daniel's daughter Emily who needs a summer adventure before she returns to teaching in the fall. She never expects to, quite literally, run into a childhood friend who is in town on business, but works in Montana as a Federal marshal. Emily's best friend convinces her to follow Jake back to Montana via the train, and Emily gets suckered into the scheme. Jake catches the pair quickly...and then the question is: What will he do with them? Family rules in this series!
When Amie was dying of breast cancer, Reuben climbed into bed & held her as she took her last breath. He told Andrea when no one else was listening.