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 →
Sarah might not be a real person, but I know from the people I meet who are genealogists and friends, and friends that are clients, that these feelings are real. … Continue Reading →
First of all, I wanted to ask you. Did you know your old cameras might have value? Some of you might be like me and have an old, sometimes inexpensive … Continue Reading →
Whether you are a genealogist or not, many of us deal with photo guilt. Photo guilt is real. It’s that feeling when you have inherited your parent’s photo collection, or … Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
As a genealogist, I’m sure you’ve been to your fair share of cemeteries. I enjoy going so much that I’ve been to every cemetery tour in Edmonton, Alberta. If you’ve never been on one of these types of tours in your city, you need to check it out because it’s a great way to learn the history of your city and the people who made your city what it is today. Continue Reading →
Family History Month is in October, but February is starting to feel like the new Family History Month. Why do I say that? FOREVER Family History Virtual Starting today, you’ll … Continue Reading →
It’s the end of the first week of 2021, and I’ve completed the first page in my 2021 Yearbook. I decided that if I found my grandmother’s diary, I would have been over the moon, so this is for future generations, and it’s a great way for me to see what’s happened in my year. 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.