Are you reading this on Facebook? Or perhaps through Google’s Reader, Bloglines, or another newsreader?
If so, and you haven’t actually visited my blog lately, there are a few things you might have missed.
Here, have a visit
At the top of the screen, below the masthead, you will see links to
Under Family History Documents I’ve linked to genealogy books and other resources I’ve found digitized online that relate to my family history. This mostly pertains to my maternal ancestry, though I have found some online interviews of paternal cousins, to which I link.
I also have a chronological timeline of all my Amanuensis Monday entries.
On the left hand side, underneath all the methods of subscribing to my blog posts (email, audio, and traditional RSS feeds) you’ll see a link to my ahnentafel chart (a chart of my ancestors).
If you continue scrolling down, past the monthly archives of posts, you’ll see links to categories. These are helpful if you are interested in seeing all the posts I have written mentioning a particular surname, or geographical location.
If you scroll all the way down, past my ‘blogroll’ (a list of blogs I read, which I have just updated.) You’ll ultimately see a poem I wrote in 2008 entitled, “Divergent, yet Intersecting.”