Have You Helped Someone With Their Genealogy?

Things have been quiet on the blog because I’ve been fighting some allergies, but let’s change that. Please comment below about your experiences. I do genealogy and DNA work for … Continue Reading →

Cooking With Family – Update

There always is an abundance of zucchini this time of year, so it seemed appropriate to make something with the zucchini I found at the farmer’s market. So this time … Continue Reading →

Who Has Helped You The Most With Your Family History?

This week’s question is, who has helped you the most with your family history? That’s a tough one for me because I’ve had help so often over the years. Before … Continue Reading →

Too Many Tabs Tuesday

(The tools and tabs listed here may not be new to you, but they are new to me, or I’ve forgotten them and found them again, lol.) This post and … Continue Reading →

Cooking With Family – I’m Creating A Cookbook

In my efforts to downsize and organize the things I received from my parents, I came across my mom’s recipes. I’ve always wanted to do something with them, especially the … Continue Reading →

Ancestry Only Took 9 Days – 1931 Canada Census

I know what I’ll be doing this weekend. I’ll be searching the 1931 Canada Census to find the members of my family that I haven’t had a chance to look … Continue Reading →

The 1931 Canadian Census Release And A Special Lady

(Learn about Christina later in the blog) June 1, 2023, was the release of the 1931 Canadian Census, and despite all the preparation that Library and Archives Canada said they … Continue Reading →

The Day Tina Died

Sometimes it’s pretty astonishing how someone you’ve never met can impact your life. Yesterday, May 24, 2023, the world learned that the iconic singer; Tina Turner died at 81, and it felt so surreal because I’d just been thinking about her a couple of days ago and about a trip, I’d gone on with my mom. Continue Reading →

My Dad In The News

The other day on Facebook, I got a memory of my Dad and my dog Cali spending time together when I was helping him with a yard sale at the … Continue Reading →

The 1931 Canadian Census Is Coming

In case you haven’t heard, on June 1, 2023, Library and Archives Canada will be releasing the 1931 Canadian Census to the public. That’s just three short weeks away. This will be an exciting day for genealogists whose families lived in Canada. Continue Reading →