It is my hope that this will keep me going here. At least there will be one post a week for sure for the next year! Over the last week I have also been looking at the daily blogging prompts from Geneabloggers. At least now I know if I run into a brick wall on what to write I can always go out there and get an idea from a creative person.
Looking up blogging prompts was only the tip of the genealogical iceberg from the holiday. Mom and I got through 1 of the 3 Rubbermaid boxes that I packed for her from her mom’s house. There were some mighty awesome things in there. Including a WWII ration book with stamps still in it! Hubby had a good time educating the boys on what rationing was. Lots of pictures, very few labeled…kills me every time. Also, much to the amusement of my mom, report cards from when my grandparents were in high school. You should have heard her talk about her dad’s grades…something like “I got in trouble for better grades than that!”
In addition to that I also spent a day, yes a whole day, scanning in photos and documents. Mostly from my mother in law, but I got quite a few of my parents images as well. 200 scanned images in total, which means I am going to be very busy for a while. Be on the lookout for those images to come up in future posts!
=> After I posted this I found another set of prompts...adding to the list as we speak. This is from Olive Tree Genealogy Blog, by Lorine McGinnis Schulze. Called "Sharing Memories" and looks very good.
*Image from the Library of Congress, What shall I write to Grandpa