Helping Two Sisters Connect

There are many things that I love about my job, but this has to be one of the best experiences I’ve had in a long time. Last year, I started … Continue Reading →

WikiTree Challenge #8

You might recall that I participated in the WikiTree Challenge #13 in March 2021. I’ll never forget that week. The WikiTree volunteers made so many discoveries, and my tree was … Continue Reading →

The Countdown To RootsTech 2024

My trip to RootsTech starts in less than a week, and I haven’t packed, but I’ve done a few things you might like to do to plan your trip or … Continue Reading →

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Genealogy (Part Three)

Created using DALL·E with the prompt “make a picture of a lady genealogist looking at her family tree.” A few weeks ago, I was exploring some of the uses I’ve … Continue Reading →

Best Genealogy Find of 2023

One of my best genealogy finds this year wasn’t a find, but it was one-on-one with genetic genealogist Michelle Leonard (She not only has her own site but also works … Continue Reading →

How Do You Share Your Genealogy Finds?

I’m always trying to think of unique ways to share the things I discover about my ancestors with the rest of the family. I have my blog, and you’d be … Continue Reading →

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 →