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The Cradle, The Altar, The Grave

Today I was directed to a new Australian genealogy blog, Underneath the Flight Path. In the article I first read there was a link to a post… 61 more words

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The Strongly-Maybe Pile

Thanks to Geneablogger Leanne for granting me permission to quote from her recent blogpost.

The Strongly-Maybe Pile: We all have them, I’m sure; records, clippings, and snippets of information put aside that… 47 more words

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Photo Friday: James Aloysius Corrigan

Aunt “Sissy” Rattigan saved the Treasury Department envelope, “Important: Contains U.S. Savings Bonds” recycled to store important photographs and newspaper clippings.  My husband identified this 1912 candid as his grandfather, James Aloysius Corrigan. 91 more words

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The A to Z of Blogs I Keep An Eye On...

The Letter ‘G’

Continuing on with my series of posts about blogs that I follow, this week I share with you the ones beginning with the letter ‘G’: 126 more words

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We Were Mentioned on Geneabloggers!

The wonderful people at Geneabloggers.com mentioned us in an article.  Special thanks to Michelle Ganus Taggart.  You may check out the interview at Geneabloggers.

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Thankful Thursday: Sing A Song

I have not written much on this blog since my mother died.  The daily exercise failed to distract my grieving brain.

Instead I hopped into a genealogical burrow and nosed around through its labyrinth of story lines, tumbling out in previously unknown family territory and time.   160 more words

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Wisdom Wednesday: 100>99

Within the last week I read an article about commitment, or rather keeping a commitment.  In sum, the author stated that it is easier to practice your craft or hone your skill, develop new habits and deepen your spiritual practice if you commit 100%.   143 more words

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