Turning over and preserving family history from one generation to the next.
Hope this helpsRoberta
Perfect. Thanks Roberts. I believe the problem is solved!
And, I wanted to leave a comment telling you I'm glad the problem is solved.
I hate problems! Glad you solved yours!
If anyone would have a problem, it would be me (and my bad luck and bad technological juju), so I volunteer to be a guinea pig. Keeping my fingers crossed as I press the "Post Comment" button!
Thanks ladies! I'm just happy that this problem didn't take on a life of it's own.Unfortunately, CommentLuv had to go away for now. I'll try something different later - when I have the time (and courage).
Hi Michelle,So far you are the only one with an active blog at ProGen Group 14 and I must say I’m impressed. Keeping the blog up to date and fresh takes time so you are definitely bitten with the genealogy bug. I sometimes try to check out genealogy blogs from different people, nothing I subscribe to other then Dick Eastman. I had a quick look at your blog and will try to get back to it again. I’m also a NIGS graduate (PLCGS) with advance certificates in Canadian and American records. I also have a few other beginner certificates for the UK, Ireland and working of Scotland.Keep up the good work and I look forward to reading more of your blog as time permits.Regards,Paul R. Caverly UE, PLCGSCanada