You are right. I haven't been blogging much. I've been very busy during the summer with a couple of projects. Under the direction of Jenny Davis, our society has been working to update our website. It is scheduled to go live November 1st. That has been a big commitment. I also submitted two lineage society applications -- one for my husband's Hamilton Co. ancestors and one to the Texas Genealogical Society in an effort to prove that my ggg-grandfather qualifies for First Families in Texas. (He fought in the War for Texas Independence. I wrote an article and got it published in Kentucky Ancestors. Two days ago I started a new blog for my brother who just purchased a marina and a sternwheeler. The boat, Jennie Wade, has a lot of history. http://jenniewadesternwheeler.blogspot.com. I also FINALLY added a post related to this to one of my favorite blogs, http://ohioriverways.blogspot.com. I've given a few talks, attended FGS and took three online courses related to genetics in preparation for a half-day seminar my daughter and I are going to do in January on DNA and Genealogy. She is a Genetic Counselor and is going to discuss the medical reports from 23andme. So now you know what I've done on my summer vacation. It's been busy and fun.
I just switched positions for our society. Instead of Recording Secretary, I'm going to be the Program Chair. I'm excited about the change. So writing posts has taken a back seat, but it definitely hasn't been all bad.
- Miami UniversityEducator, 2007 - present
- Cincinnati Public SchoolsRetired from CPS, 2001
- Cincinnati Youth Collaborative2002 - 2007
- Regina High School, University of Cincinnati, Miami University
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