I feel a little guilty putting up this kind of a post, but I’m working hard to keep the habit of posting at least once a week, so I’m posting that I don’t have anything to talk about. Ironic, no?
The home of my genealogy research. It's all about sharing the story and the work. If you're related to Johann Karl Müller, Matthew Kreisle, Carl Louis Diefenbach, George Walter Singleback, or other people in my family tree, this is one place to learn what I know about them.
The genealogy bug has regained its grasp on me as I wait for one last thing with The Sad Girl, so here’s a tip and a tool to help you get off on the right foot with your genealogy research.
It’s been a while since I’ve talked about my genealogy work here.
An author friend on Facebook posted her thoughts on Hurricanes Isaac and Katrina as the former hits New Orleans on the 7-year anniversary of the latter.
No, we’re not pregnant.
I’ve been tinkering with genealogy off and on for probably a dozen years. My dad accomplished a tremendous amount of work in thirty years doing things the old-fashioned way.