|Catching up with what we've been doing. Great conferences and lots to do. It has been a great summer. I'm thankful that we've been so busy with family reunion season that I haven't had time to blog. But I have lots to tell you about.|
|At NGS in Cincinnatti I got to have a booth next to Jill Crandall of Research Ties. Very innovative new product to help you track your research. Take a look at www.researchties.com. Still in development but you can sign up for the beta at the website.|
Memory Medallion. More on that to come. Such good people. I just love the people we get to work with in genealogy.
Maia's Books. She collects the greatest historical games and things for kids.
Family Roots Publishing. We so appreciate them. It was especially fun to see Tara because she brought her new baby. I didn't get a picture of Leland carrying the baby around but you could tell he was a proud grandpa. I think grandpa and new grandbaby are really bonded because their hairstyles match. :)
RootsMagic. Don't usually get to take pictures of them though because there are always people at the booth and they are always busy talking to someone. Congratulations to them on Elizabeth Shown Mills' endorsement at this conference. ESM uses RootsMagic. Kudos.
My Heritage. Shelly Mark and Daniel are holding down the fort. It was great to have a few minutes to talk to them.
Photo Detective Maureen Taylor. She brought me a cupcake treat just when I needed it. Thanks Maureen!
Allison Dolan lives there and I was lucky enough to have her show us where the best Chilli parlor was. The great talk with Lisa Louise Cooke and Allison on the way made it even better. I got to share a room with Lisa at this conference. What a treat.
Randy Seaver, Gini Webb, and A.C. Ivory and their families along to the favorite restaurant we always go to with the Buzbees. So good to have time to talk to everyone. I really appreciated Randy's write up about my lectures at SCGS. I think they went well. Genealogy conferences are so much fun. Looking forward to the next ones. I'll try to take more pictures as they come.