Unfortunately, due to real life (otherwise known as I have a paper due for my class soon), Part 4 of my Over the Rainbow journey will be delayed. I want to compile it soon so it can be posted on Feb. 9. Stay tuned . . .
Archive for February 1st, 2012
*** Disclaimer: I am NOT an official Rootstech blogger.
*** Furthermore, I am NOT at Rootstech.
(I am not even near Salt Lake City, Utah, or a Family History Library)
BUT – I am reading blog posts from “official” Rootstech bloggers and others, like me, who are not there, but wish they were!
I am scouring Facebook for photos – found some of Elyse Doerflinger of Elyse’s Genealogy Blog and footnoteMaven. Waiting to see a picture of Elyse in her tiara. Will Sheri post her tiara picture? Does Randy or Thomas have tiaras? Or Crowns?
If you are looking for the secret treasure clue – I do not have one on my blog because (in case you missed the beginning of this post) – I am NOT an official Rootstech blogger.
Apparently, there will be no sleeping at Rootstech. (see I am reading Facebook status updates – this just in from Elyse). Can you imagine what 4000 sleep-deprived genealogists will look like on Sunday morning when everything is said and done? Those are the pictures I want to see!
I can’t wait to see how the Genealogy Idol contest plays out. Will it be Elyse? Marian? Elizabeth? or Michael? Two from home and two at the conference. Will one of the judges be mean and nasty like Simon? Oops, sorry, he’s no longer on THAT show. So if Steven Tyler shows up and I wasn’t informed, I will not be happy! Will Thomas channel Bert Parks and sing: “There he/she is . . . Ms/Mr Genea-Idol . . . “
For the rest of us . . . I guess we”ll just sit at home, watch streaming video from the conference, read Facebook status updates and blog posts from official bloggers, play Words with Friends, and dream about attending the conference in person . . . one day.