What Are You Going To Do? 5 Steps To Get You Started

“You can’t build a reputation on what you are going to do.” ~ Henry Ford. When Henry Ford said this, he was talking about business, but this goes for just … Continue Reading →

Where Did The Summer Go? The DNA Angel Project™ 😇😇

Where did the summer go? It flew by so fast that The Hound missed having the August Edition of The DNA Angel Project™.  Guess that means we have to have … Continue Reading →

“Restore” To The Rescue

A favorite by-product of doing genealogy is family photos. Whether they are from your own collection or your parent’s or from a distant cousin that you’ve been able to take … Continue Reading →

It’s Time To Get Organized – My Genealogy Rewind or Getting My Poop In A Group

I remember when I first started doing genealogy someone said you can tell a genealogist by the mounds of papers they have on and around their desk. Over the years … Continue Reading →

What Do You Take To A 80th Birthday Party?

Last weekend I went to my Uncle Ken’s 80th birthday party; Uncle Ken is my mom’s younger brother. My husband and I decided that it was such a warm day … Continue Reading →

The DNA Angel Project – Anniversary Edition So Many Prizes 🎉🎉

July 14th is the 1st Anniversary of The DNA Angel Project and this giveaway is our best yet.  With not one, not two but six prizes. Here’s the line up … Continue Reading →

Please Forgive Me… I’ve Been Sick

Please forgive me for not posting this week; but I’ve been sick.  Hoping to be back on my game next week. In the meantime; here are a few things that … Continue Reading →

Where Did June Go? The DNA Angel Project 🐾🐾

I can’t believe it’s the end of June already. Where did the month go? What amazes me more is that the DNA Hound hasn’t posted The DNA Angel Project™ for … Continue Reading →

Wine and Dine Me Before You Demand To See My Tree

Maybe I’m old-fashioned but I like a bit of preamble with a new DNA match. But that wasn’t what happened when a DNA match sent me a note this week. Can … Continue Reading →

How Do You Stay Active?

One of the downfalls of doing genealogy is that you sit at your desk quite a bit. For someone like me who has a underactive thyroid that doesn’t help the … Continue Reading →