Friday, April 10, 2015

GAGs - GeniAus' Gems - 10 April 2015

I feel like I've been on an express train ride since last Friday with Easter celebrations, school holidays and house renovations but I have managed to keep up with blog reading!

Among the deluge of blog posts I have read are reports from AFFHO Congress 2015. I enjoy reading these reports especially those that tell of sessions I did not attend. Several hundred folk have visited the list of links I am compiling in my Reflections of Congress post and new ones trickle in each day. Several geneabloggers who were at Congress have not yet written reports on their activities so please keep returning to the post to read the latest reports.

My GAGs for this week are:

1. The Trans-Tasman ANZAC Day Challenge is running again this year. Please consider contributing a post.

2.  Fran suggests another free tool to try

3. There were many diabetics in my family who benefitted from insulin, thanks Anne for this piece of history.

4.  I wish there was one of these at a library near me.

5. The first in a series of A-Z posts from The Society for One-Place Studies (Read the whole series)

6. Hear, hear Susie

7.  A touch of luxury for Original Kin's Dad.

8.  I like Janet Few's work so am adding this to my reading list.

9. Al, an octogenarian geneablogger from my district, has been travelling around.

10. Who remembers Sunday School picnics?

11. Jess writes of a Prince who passed by.

12.  A guest blogger contributes to the John Oxley blog.

1 comment:

Anne Young said...

Thanks for the mention Jill. Glad you found it interesting. Regards Anne


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