Quiet Times on the Blog

holiday berries.bmpIt’s going to be a little quiet here on the blog over the next few weeks. I am taking some vacation time between December 20th and January 2nd and right now I’m hustling to get the Ancestry Weekly Journals for the 17th, 24th and 31st put together and ready to roll so that you won’t miss an issue.

In the meantime, I’d like to wish you and your loved ones a blessed and peaceful holiday season!

Juliana

 

6 thoughts on “Quiet Times on the Blog

  1. Just wanted to say have a great Christmas and New Years. Hope you are able to do some research during your time off. I so appreciate your articles all through the year. God bless you and your family.
    Kathy

  2. Hope you have a blessed, happy and healthy and safe Christmas and New Year. I always love reading your article every week, they have really helped me in looking for people that I was at a dead end with. Have been able to do a few happy dances thanks to your articles. Carolyn

  3. Love your articles. The “Who Am I” and “Where Am I” sites are fabulous. Nowhere else are we able to find or locate lost family pictures or of days-gone-by photos. Happy Holidays, stay well and happy. You have privided me with several happy dances because of your articles.
    Michaela

  4. It’s a New Year and I’m gathering thoughts on this years projects. I need some help, maybe I can get an answer here. Over the past couple years I have been able to print complete family histories for 6 families. I have printed them on my computer, good paper and many photos, I take them in for a spiral bindilng. Most of the books are over 300 pages. I have done them over a period of time, time consuming but lower cost. Doing them this way has allowed me to give away around 40 books to various family members. Now for my problem,this year I would like to print out copies for libaries in our home area. Most of my research for family members have been pretty up to date.I have spoke to the libary and they would be happy to have them as they are well done. For the Libary dopies should I delete mention of living family? Your thoughts on this? Thanks

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