First Day of My New Website

I’ve wanted to start a genealogy website for a while, and I’ve also wanted to start a blog to record my genealogy activities.  So, after some encouragement from one of my classmates in an online class at MyFamily.com, here it is.

I’m off to Salt Lake City on Thursday for the United Polish Genealogical Societies Biennial Conference.  I’ll arrive on Thursday night, spend most of Friday at the Family History Library (FHL), and be ready for the Opening Lecture of the conference at 8 PM.  The Conference Program is filled with lectures presented by distinguished genealogists such as Ceil Jensen, George Ott from Heritage Consulting and Services, a representative of the Sorensen Molecular Genealogy Foundation and staff members from the FHL, including Daniel M. Schlyter.  Still, we are provided with some free time on Friday, Saturday, and Monday to research at the FHL.  Tuesday, I’ll spend most of the day the FHL again, and then head back home.  I’ll provide an update here of what happens at the conference.

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4 Responses to First Day of My New Website

  1. Cheryl Palmer says:

    YES!!!!!!!!!! So happy to see this! Exciting! I hope you have a fantastic time at the conference! Just wanted you to know that I will be following your progress, and very happy to see you have a start on this! Take care and good luck! :-) (Told you I would be one of the first! lol)

  2. Melanie Fouse says:

    Can’t wait to hear how it went at the conference. I will be following the blog with anticipation. Good for you!

  3. Patricia Jarzembski says:

    I am looking forward to reading your blog. I am also interested in what went on at the conference. Take care. . .

  4. Sherrilyn says:

    Love your website, Steve. I’m really liking your diary at the FHL. I almost feel like I’m there….wish I was.

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