Thanks again, Laura, for hosting the Weekend Chat!
I’m late getting in as we’ve had a very busy day. Doc appt. for the wife early, and then trips around town for stuff. Brevard is a small town, so it wasn’t much driving.
Cleaning out part of the garage. Today, weloaded up the truck (and moved to Beverly) with antique furniture and took it to my mom’s basement. My wife can do reupholstering, and there’s plenty more room at mom’s. One was a couch owned by my wife’s g-grandmother and two by her grandmother. Nice stuff to pass down to the kids, but we get to use them first!
Spent a lot of time sourcing this week. I’ve also started using the Bio App for folks I don’t have a lot on. It’s kind of bare bones, but it does help. I’m not much of a bio writer, so the little outline I get with the app is a good start for me. I’ve stopped working backwards and have begun to focus on what I already have. I’m down to two unsourced pre-1700 profiles. One I’ve noted up pretty good. Don’t know what to do with the other!
TV: a new series for us is Goliath. Just finished the first (and only, so far) season of that one with Tim Roth set in Canada which name I cannot remember. (How quickly I forget!) My wife says it was Tin Star; she’s the other half of my memory.
Thank you to all of you who honored me with your comments as I passed 500,000 pts. I love yakking on G2G, and I have to hand it to all of you who post more substantial answers and comments. I’ve truly enjoyed getting to know y’all through your posts and interactions. Since we retired to a place where I know so few, G2G is a real outlet for me. I function best in community, and this one, this community, is absolutely wonderful for an old dude like me. And, of course, G2G has been a boon to me, genealogically speaking, breaking down brickwalls for me and finding just the right sources for me.
I wish all of you the very best. You are truly a most magnificent group of folks! Blessings on all of you!