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The Otter Lake Express Interview!

Hello! About a week and half ago, I wrote a post about how Michelle Taggart, of the May I Introduce to You team over at Geneabloggers interviewed me via a series of questions late last summer. 53 more words

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The Upcoming Otter Lake Express Interview!

Last summer, July specifically, I was contacted by Michelle Taggart. Michelle is a member of the “May I Introduce to You” team of Thomas MacEntee’s  181 more words

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Dipping into Evernote for Genealogy

I’ve been researching my family history for 30 years, and have had Evernote on my computer and mobile devices for 3 or so. But other than using it to clip the occasional newspaper article, I’ve never harnessed the (apparent) power of Evernote as an overarching organizational tool for managing my research. 644 more words



Source: http://www.gouldgenealogy.com/2014/03/genealogy-selfie-genealogyselfie/

#genealogyselfie I first noted this hashtag in 2014 when Gould Genealogy ran a #genealogyselfie competition for a whole month.

This week The Conference Keeper and Geneabloggers people have taken this idea on board and   11 more words


Family Recipe Friday - Pierogies

This holiday we tried out a new pierogie maker, called Hunky Bill’s Perogie Maker with great success! Here’s the link for more information:  http://hunkybills.com/history/

My son-in-law, Jack, and I decided to try to make a batch of potatoe cheese Pierogies and see if it was easier using this gadget than making them by hand. 338 more words


2016 New Year's Resolution - Organize My Genealogy!

With 2016 just around the corner, I am thinking about New Year’s Resolutions for my genealogy life (plus other areas).  The start of a new year seems to be the perfect time to… 272 more words

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“May I Introduce to You” Interview at Geneabloggers

Many thanks to Wendy Mathias for interviewing me!

During the summer I answered Thomas MacEntee’s invitation to bloggers interested in being interviewed for the Geneabloggers’ series “May I Introduce to You.” 204 more words