How many of you have a cup full like this one? Or perhaps you don’t even have them in a cup. Are they just here and there around the house? What treasured documents and photos are stored on them? Did you know that USB sticks have a life expectancy? It’s actually about five years. Continue Reading →
I’m not sure if I’ve mentioned this before, but I got my dad to create some recordings of his stories several years ago. I think the stories I heard around the dinner table from my dad and mom were the big reason I got involved in genealogy. Continue Reading →
You know the old saying; You can’t avoid death or taxes. This isn’t a topic that many of us want to talk about but when I heard this idea I thought, “I’m going to do that.” Continue Reading →
GIVEAWAY: Win a 10GB FOREVER Storage Account and preserve your photo, videos and documents for generations. Continue Reading →
If the Covid-19 Pandemic has taught me anything, it’s taught me that life is fragile. Thankfully I haven’t had any family members taken away by it, but I do know some genealogy friends who have.
This year, I’ve had time to think about things, and here are some of the conclusions and decisions that I’ve made.
You know me, I’m always trying to get my “Poop In A Group” well, at least my photos.. and my genealogy life. Continue Reading →
(if you’re looking for my beautiful tree it’s at the bottom of this post) According to the American Library Association, April 26 to May 2, 2020, is Preservation Week. As … Continue Reading →
Play a little Social Distancing Bingo* with me and earn prizes! 1 row any direction – entered into a $10 Forever Gift Certificate Draw 2-4 rows in any direction – … Continue Reading →
You all know that in 2018, my father moved to a senior’s residence, and I helped him go through his home in preparation for the sale of the house that … Continue Reading →
This past weekend I attended FOREVER Live 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. As you would imagine; there were new product announcements. One of the ones that I was excited about … Continue Reading →