I decided to head over to Alltop to see who all made the list and much to my surprise . . . (wait for it) . . . (wait for it) . . . I made the list! Do we have a party now? Confetti! Noise makers! Champagne! I’m a cool kid, too!
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Shades of the Departed posted the 4th Edition Smile for the Camera this morning. The theme is My Favorite Photograph. There are 40 participants and they are all great! Go check it out and see how some folks had a difficult time picking just one favorite! My entry is Two Sisters and shows a cherished photo of my grandmother and her sister when they were young.
Also – if you aren’t part of the genea-bloggers on Facebook and are wondering what other genealogy blogs are out there, please go to An Index of Site Titles Published by Members of GBers on FB with Links to those sites. Terry Thornton of Hill Country of Monroe County, Mississippi put together a really wonderful list. Check out these blogs and make sure to leave comments and bookmark them. Thanks, Terry!
Have you read Sheri Fenley’s The Educated Genealogist Sheri’s also participating in the Genea-Blogger Group Games and has listed several of her accomplishments. She’s also written a series of posts concerning her trip to Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. What a sense of humor you have, Sheri! Please go check out her blog and make sure you tell her you stopped by!
Jasia, at Creative Gene responded to questions asked by two other writers. Tim Abbott at Walking the Berkshires wanted to know what were the 10 most influential albums of your youth in The Soundtracks of My Salad Days. Jasia responded to this question with this answer. The other question was posed by Schelly at Tracing the Tribe who wondered where we’d be today if Alex Haley hadn’t written “Roots”. Jasia gave her humorous reply here. I left my response as a comment on Jasia’s post.
Thanks, fellow Genea-Bloggers, for great writing and posts today!