Back in May, I was a recent college graduate who started a genealogy blog in the midst of applying for teaching positions, moving out of an apartment and studying to take the Praxis. Life was hectic and stressful and confusing, and I needed to find a way to take my mind off of these competing […]
via Feeling Grateful — Applegate Genealogy.
After reading this post, I realized that I haven’t done a similar post which is now on my Bucket List to do and hopefully it’s something I can done before the end of the month (no promises as things can crop up plus my memory is like a sieve). I learn a lot from other bloggers; sometimes it’s from their experiences and other times it’s from less tangible things. I find every blogger I visit has the potential to give me insights into different ways of doing things.
I don’t have the money to hire Jamie right now, but if I ever reach the point, I would because her blogging says a lot about her professionalism. Also, she’s from North Carolina, which is where my paternal grandparents were born (they are also buried in Elizabeth City) and where my father spent much of his childhood around East Lake, Dare County, and later the Outer Banks.