This week has been a challenge for me. This was spring break for my son's school and we had been planning to rent a cabin close to Norfork Lake (click here for more info - it's beautiful!). I had been looking forward to spending a week on the boat, grilling at the cabin and running… Continue reading Monday Musings – RLP 14-Day challenge
As Time Goes By, recorded by Barbara Lee “Bobbie” Trim A few weeks ago I posted about my paternal granddad, Joe. He was born in 1914 in Tennessee, and should therefore have a birth certificate (the state started keeping records in 1908). I sent off my order form with a check for the record back… Continue reading Monday Musings – Happy mail
I don’t know about y’all, but silly me thought I would run to the store and get a loaf of bread since my kiddo is out of school and would be looking for food. Well, that was a dumb move. Not only were they out of bread (ALL bread except for some English muffin tops),… Continue reading Bread Machine White Bread
I never expected to have any reason to ever write about a plague on this blog, yet here we are, smack dab in the middle of it. I work at a software company and am luckily able to work at home during this time. Today while I was plugging away on my work computer, my… Continue reading Monday Musings – 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic
I am by no means an expert when it comes to writing source citations, but a discussion this weekend on a Facebook group that I'm a member of raised some questions in my own mind and for once I felt like I had a better grasp on the topic of discussion that some of my… Continue reading Monday Musings – Citing Images in Databases
Just got this delivered today! I’ve been patiently waiting for the release and now I can’t wait to dig into it! I’ll leave a review once I’ve read it.
As I always do around this time of year, I've tried to buckle down and focus my research. I have been all over the place, honestly, and its resulted in me not getting far on anybody. I'm crossing my fingers that I can force myself to research one tree in completion before moving on to… Continue reading Good ol’ Joe