|Kelly Albright Kubitschek
After being in the work force for 30+ years, I am now a homemaker, which I love.
I'm interested in genealogy and have been actively researching for over 20 years. My research has led me to various states where I've walked through cemeteries, interviewed relatives, and visited county court houses looking for records. I've had my DNA tested and have found relatives I now correspond with. Please select the individual family tabs to learn more about: The Albright and Crank families. Additional families will be added as time goes on.
I also enjoy arts and crafts. I dabble in painting, sewing, paper making, upholstering, making greeting cards, and have recently started taking apart computers and up-cycling the parts to make lamps, clocks, insects (computer bugs) and picture frames.
As you look around under the above tabs, you will find Jonah the sock monkey. He was the first sock monkey I made and has a personality like no other. He has traveled to Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia and Las Vegas. You will find a video of him on the Las Vegas strip and doing a little gambling. Years ago, he was having a hard time getting around and had major reconstructive surgery, it was touchy for awhile but he's back to his normal feisty self. Jonah also has a little brother, Joshua. Both of them are subjects of Mahala, Queen of the Sock Monkeys. I have made and sold approximately 100 sock monkeys, if you are interested in one, please leave a comment.
I have been painting small rocks and leaving them in public places for others to find. You can learn more about this project under the Rockin' A Smile tab.
Please feel free to look around. Comments and/or suggestions are welcome.
I hope you have a great day with many blessings.