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Memories in Print
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saving lives, one word at a time
saving lives, one word at a time

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Hi everyone! :) Don't forget: tune in at 10 a.m. to hear me on Lisa Stockdale's show "Senior Agenda"!

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Who's got an online radio interview?! THIS GAL! Tomorrow at 10am I will be a guest on Lisa Stockdale's weekly show, "Senior Agenda", to talk about Memories in Print! :) For those who are interested in hearing my beautiful broadcasted voice, simply use this link to tune in live at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning! I'm excited!

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How much do you dress your kids up for church? Because here's a picture of my grade-school age father-in-law. In a white blazer. With a bowtie. And pressed pants. AH-MAY-ZING. #tbt
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New post: How to get your monosyllabic grandfather to tell you more stories (with more syllables, of course).

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Making plans this Christmas to bring a recorder and have your grandma tell some of her stories? Here are three tips to help you make the most of your interview time, especially if she's a chatty gal who tends to tell the same stories over and over :) :

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As promised, here's a link to the video of me on local TV. It's embedded on my site, along with a big "Thank you!" to a long list of people who helped give me this opportunity and helped me to shine beyond my own capacity. Again, thank you everyone! :)

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I keep coming back to this blog, The Ancestor Hunt. Here's another good post, this one on the thirty different things you can learn from obituaries

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This photo series is darling and makes me very happy inside :)

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Here's a good list of tips for finding marriage information, including a couple of unique ones I hadn't thought of before, like pension applications and dowry documents

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Did you know that "ww" is an abbreviation for "widow"? Or that "USWPA" is the abbreviation for "United States Works Progress Administration"? I sure didn't - but this link has hundreds of genealogy-related abbreviations to help you define other shorthands just like these
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