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Monday, August 29, 2011

Motivation Monday - 500th post on Tuesday - already scheduled


Motivation Monday
500th post on Tuesday
already scheduled

The 'Week 34 - 75 years ago - of the Eileen KINNICK Diary' post is already scheduled as the Tuesday post this week (tomorrow); it will be the 500th post on this Blog, which had an Initial Post on Saturday, 19 Sep 2009. [My first blog, 2005-2009, stands as 482, mostly retired...]

That first post (too long, as most early blog posts tend to be, I have noticed) shared a report and a letter from 1995, when my wife and I really got serious about our family history and genealogy adventure. The 'report to our daughters' was titled:

Farmers of the Prairie; the people, the times, the places
A story of one family; created from many families

and was followed by a copy of the transmittal letter to our three daughters. I do make note that a lot of changes will be made as the research continued. I really had no way of knowing how true that would really be.

By the way, posts 501 and 502 are already posted for a few days hence… moving toward 1000 and beyond.


Families are, indeed, Forever!  ;-)

4 comments:

  1. Congratulations on this significant milestone, Dr. Bill!

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  2. Thank you, Susan, it kind of snuck up on me, actually! ;-)

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  3. Congratulations on achieving such an imrpessive total in two years. I like too your emphasis on telling "stories". We all have them in our families no matter how ordinary their lives may seem. Onto the next 500!

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  4. Thank you, Susan D., for your kind comment. We are already well on the way to the next 500! ;-)

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