I am late in posting this information, but Jasia has the latest edition of the Carnival of Genealogy — “Carnival of Genealogy, 42nd Edition” posted at her blog, Creative Gene. Thanks for including me, Jasia. Technorati Tags: carnival of genealogy, igene awards
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It looks like UrbanPosters.com shipped my order today, almost exactly three months after I ordered it. I still have not received feedback regarding the lateness or the multiple e-mails, or the BBB complaint, and I suppose I don’t expect to now, as they will feel they fulfilled their end of the bargain. I am not […]
Consider this post a public service announcement. Back in mid-August, I ordered two posters from the website poster outfitter UrbanPosters.com. September came and went, and they had not arrived. Furthermore, the company did not respond to numerous e-mails regarding my order. I filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau, but the company has yet […]
The Footnote Maven has created a really cool genealogy bloggers quilt. My square is second row, second from left, and it features the photo of my great-grandparents, Herman Cunningham and Annie Lola Jennings Cunningham that appears in my masthead. Go check it out! Technorati Tags: genealogy, blogging
After over six years of sitting on a finished book without time to shop it to agents and publishers (aside from the odd submission here and there), I finally decided to publish my book with Lulu.com. A Question of Honor is a young adult novel set in medieval Wales and Scotland. Gwenllian has been accused […]
I have been tagged by two people to participate in this meme, but I have struggled with what I should say, and furthermore, who else I should tag. I decided the best thing would be to participate, but not to tag anyone else, mainly because everyone I could think of has already done it and […]
My aunt Carolyn, one of the other genealogists in the family, is featured in Floyd County’s Hesperian-Beacon this week. She has been collecting nativities for 25 years and shared her collection with the Floyd County Museum. Click here to read about her collection.
At this time of year, thoughts turn toward giving (and receiving) gifts. I have received so many gifts related to genealogy. First of all, I have made friendships with distant relatives. Of the three Christmas cards I’ve received so far this year, two are from distant cousins Chris Stofel and Helen Lowry. Helen sent me […]
In the movie Forrest Gump, Forrest sits next to his mother at her death bed. They have a conversation that is, on the surface, about Forrest’s destiny. Underneath, however, it is a conversation about what Forrest is going to do without his beloved mother. “I happen to believe you make your own destiny. You have […]
About a month ago, my Aunt Carolyn sent me some interesting photos. I have previously posted a photo of my great-grandfather, Herman Cunningham, taken while he was serving in WWI. He is posing with John Roy McCravey of Floydada, Texas in the photo. I don’t know how the two knew each other, and I surmised […]