About Me




My name is Mary Elizabeth!!

It’s official in the new year. I am looking forward to what this year brings me. I have lots of different ideas… A few months ago, I decided to give blogging a try. I have to say that I am pretty proud of my I believe I am doing an okay with it. I might be a little unsure about something, but I always push myself to figure this out.

I tend to blog about lifestyle, beauty, and fashion. However, I may occasionally talk about other topics; such as history & nationalities. I will always keep you in the know.

Lastly, If you find any of these topics of interests to you, please hit the subscribe button. As always, please feel free to contact me directly on the “contact” portion of the website!


Mary Elizabeth


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  1. What a surprise to find you are following my blog. Our mother’s and grandmother’s names were both Mary Elizabeth. I am Mary Ann. My mother and father traveled to Poland as he worked on the family genealogy. It was a lovely visit today. Stop by again. My blog is mainly based on my book, A Past Worth Telling, which is a poetic memoir. Peace in 2018.

    • Wow! That is a surprise!! I’m named after my grandmother too. (She’s Irish) My grandpa’s both parent came from Poland. Where in Poland did your parents travel to?? I am currently, working on my family tree too. I have to stop by your blog! Peace to you to in 2018.

      • My mother’s side of the family was Irish as well. My Dad claimed Polish but for about 100 years, Poland was not on the map. So the part of Poland he was from was close to the then German/Austria border. My name Niemczura means die Deutsche or the German girl. My Polish grandmother used to walk over the border to Germany to work before she came to the US. Fascinating to find out family history. One of my sisters is doing more. I think the place is in west-central Poland today. Radgoszcz.