Sunday, January 29, 2012

Not Genealogy, Not Middle Age, Just Life

2012, here we come........
She's engaged. November 23rd!
Date chosen - check
Wedding Venue - check
Rehearsal venue - check
Dress - check (she's so thrifty too)
Rehearsal dinner location - check
Colors/material - check
Hundreds of other things on the list - still to come, but doable. Postcards, invitations.....
Cakes/cupcakes/candles/menu/(chairs/tables/silverware - all included - check)
Graduation with masters - coming in May
Student teaching - underway
Mom still applying for jobs - underway
Ears have stopped working - what's hearing????? Sheesh..... Oh well.
Daughter - wanting to teach inner city kids, learning a bunch - some good and some different.
Son - farmer, goats, chickens, planting in the spring.
Son - ASL, scouting, raising kids (not the goat kind), software.
Life happens and it's so good to see all the children happy. Hooray 2012.


Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Tennessee Books for Sale

The Tennessee Genealogical Society and the Germantown Regional History and Genealogy Center have duplicate copies of some of their Tennessee books and are offering them for sale. To see a list, scroll down about four paragraphs on the main page at http://www.tngs.org and view the available books.

By the way, if you didn't know, this library in Germantown Tennessee has set as a goal, to own every book published on a Tennessee County. They have a great collection of other books, but they should be THE place to go for Tennessee books. Hope you make a trip to visit us soon. Check the hours they are open on their web page. You can also search their library catalog - the link to the library is in the left side column of the above webpage. When searching, look for THAT library only and when typing Tennessee, try the state spelled out and also TN. They're in the middle of a conversion of their system catalog/database. If you don't find what you want, you can give them a call and you'll always speak with a very friendly person.


Tennessee Books for Sale

The Tennessee Genealogical Society and the Germantown Regional History and Genealogy Center have duplicate copies of some of their Tennessee books and are offering them for sale. To see a list, scroll down about four paragraphs on the main page at http://www.tngs.org and view the available books.

By the way, if you didn't know, this library in Germantown Tennessee has set as a goal, to own every book published on a Tennessee County. They have a great collection of other books, but they should be THE place to go for Tennessee books. Hope you make a trip to visit us soon. Check the hours they are open on their web page. You can also search their library catalog - the link to the library is in the left side column of the above webpage. When searching, look for THAT library only and when typing Tennessee, try the state spelled out and also TN. They're in the middle of a conversion of their system catalog/database. If you don't find what you want, you can give them a call and you'll always speak with a very friendly person.