Yesterday my little cousin came through the Magrath Museum and was just amazed to see his Grandma on the wall as one of the dancers in the Magrath 50 Year Celebration Program. He couldn't understand why ordinary us deserved to be in a museum because all we did was live. But that's the cool part, we've lived, and we've mattered and we've contributed simply by being here and being apart of Magrath. We take note, and we have a lot of notes. My grandparents stories and histories have been recorded and are on file, and I bet yours have too. We have files and files of stories and stories. Memories from the likes of Nyal Fletcher, Lawrence Turner, Elizabeth Strong. Come find your stories and roots, because not only is history relative, it's even more fun when you are related. And don't forget, in 20 years, someone may think your stories are worth taking note of.