There is neither enough room, time or testimony possible to express the worth and importance of having such a place or venue as I Love Ancestry in existence. Where else can you cover the broad history of so many peoples and people lost and unsung to time? Here we can share our family stories, accounts, and "crests", we read other people's stories noting how similar and yet so incredibly different they are. We take in, we enjoy, we share without disdain, we learn without envy or malice but with open ears and welcome. We are not "book Indians", for these are stories not found in books but are passed through the prism of the oral legend and tradition, in every way thus, made more valuable as they are valid. What a great forum and resource is, 'I Love Ancestry', Wado! Aho!