For another year, a family from Dobrich celebrates the Day of the Christian Family, on a nearly 90-year-old sofa, inherited from the great-grandfathers. Daniela Gencheva, who is a kindergarten teacher, once again celebrates this bright Christian holiday at her great-grandmother’s table together with her family. Daniela has kept the old acquisition, which she says is one of the most precious heirlooms she owns. She has also made a genealogy book, both maternal and paternal, and the next step is to do a genealogical meeting on both sides. Every year, the family sits down at the table on this bright holiday, and Gencheva does not fail to tell her children about the one-time life of her great-grandfathers, which she heard from her great-grandmother, who was born and lived in the village of Kraishte. The patriot also said that the path to the native is two-way, because the lineage starts from the past and continues into the future, and that we should never forget our roots, to pass the past on to the future generation to be blessed and respected, and to be passed on for forward, because the path to the native is one that everyone walks, but not everyone leaves traces.