I am happy to report that all of my documents and pictures arrived in Texas – out of order, but in tact. I have a lot of organizing to do in the coming weeks, but honestly it’s low on my list of priorities right now. It’s all in the filing cabinet and out of sight and I’m happy with that. I still have pictures to hang and closets to clean, so it’s going to have to wait.
And on to my favorite finds of this week..
- Tina Lyons from Gen Wish List reminded me about The Generations Project. I had heard of it before, but assumed that since I don’t get BYUTV, I couldn’t watch it. I hadn’t realized that it is available online! I have now bookmarked it and will watch when I get a chance.
- I have to say that I am so jealous of all the fun everyone had at the SCGS Jamboree!! Not that I didn’t have fun at NGS, but there didn’t seem to be quite as many geneabloggers in Charleston as there were at the Jamboree. It looks like you guys had a great time! Amy Coffin, over at The We Tree Genealogy Blog had some great posts to share.
- Sheryl, over at A Hundred Years Ago, had a great post about Re-Inventing Small Towns for the 21st Century. I hate seeing small towns disappear off the map, buildings in disrepair.
- I totally know how Debbie of Mascot Manor Genealogy feels – I’m often frantically searching when I have a new name and don’t keep very good track of what I’ve searched. Having a process and a checklist to follow would be smart.