Friday, January 18, 2008

40th Carnival of Genealogy posted

Jasia at CreativeGene has posted the 40th Carnival of Genealogy. There are a lot of good entries on making connections with cousins and other kin -- several from newcomers to the carnival.

I also learned a lesson. I don't think I will post my submission to a carnival in the morning again, as it seems while I wrote it, and posted it, I neglected to go to the submission page, and submit it. I checked my mail archives for the automatic email receipt one gets when submitting an entry, and realized I don't have one for this carnival, meaning it was most definitely my error.

The topic for Carnival 41 (deadline Feb 1) sounds fun.

If you could have dinner with four of your ancestors who would they be and why? Here's a chance to exercise your imagination... Would you have dinner in the present day or in one of their eras? Would you dine out or opt for a home cooked meal? What would you discuss at the dinner table? What would you most like to share with them about your life?
Limiting it to four might be difficult. I may have to schedule two dinner parties.

1 comment:

Charley "Apple" Grabowski said...

I've done that a time or two myself.