Wednesday, March 23, 2011

March 22, 2011

On Tuesday, March 22, 2011 I asked the woman of my dreams to marry me.

She said yes.

A date has not been set, but there is a distinct possibility that this blog may in the future discuss several new surnames, as well as Scottish, Irish, Norwegian, and/or German genealogy research in greater depth than it has.

17 comments:

Jennifer Wilhelmi, The Erudite Genealogist said...

Congratulations!!

Barbara Poole said...

Congratulations to you both.

Randy Seaver said...

Congratulations to both of you.

Was new research opportunities part of the attraction here?

John said...

Thanks for all the well wishes.

Randy- New research opportunities are always of interest - but I think it falls rather low on her list of attractive qualities.

Cynthia Shenette said...

Congratulations!

Thomas MacEntee said...

Mazel tov! Congratulations and I wish you both much joy, happiness and many years together.

Carol said...

Well, congrats! Spring and love is in the air! Perfect!

Greta Koehl said...

Congratulations to both of you! You already have such a genealogical mix among your own ancestors, and now with a couple more added - that's real world genealogy!

Cheryl Palmer said...

Congratulations John! I am thrilled for both of you! May you make beautiful memories of your lives as one!

Apple said...

Congratulations John!

Bill West said...

Congratulations!

Becky said...

Congratulations, John! Best wishes to the both of you!!!

Nolichucky Roots said...

Congratulations and all best wishes to you both! May you have much joy in your lives together.

I suspect we all understand that little spark of excitement when a new avenue for research appears.

Jasia said...

Congratulations to the both of you! It sure looked like things were headed in this direction for some time now. Wishing you all the best!

Jasia

John said...

Yes - those of use who know us, or have been following us on Facebook, aren't exactly surprised.

Martin said...

The second straight man doing genealogy. Who knew?

Congratulations. Remember the first fifty years are the hardest. I know I'm only on year 22.

Eric said...

Congratulations! :)