Follow Friday: Ascending the Stairs

TGIF!  I hope you’re as excited about the weekend as I am.  Friday means another edition of Follow Friday and today we’re looking at the blog Ascending the Stairs.  Rachelle’s blog chronicling her genealogy research is an interesting read and her post Just another clue, that will lead you to another clue and to another one made me smile, nod my head and giggle just a little because what she writes about the tiny morsels of data that genealogists find is true.  Those tiny morsels do keep one “engaged in the hunt, but never satisfies the immense hunger.”

And I completely understand finding information that isn’t cited.  My maternal grandfather, bless his heart, was a fantastic genealogist.  Careful with his work and tireless in his research efforts, he provided our family with some great information.  Unfortunately none of it is cited and not all the supporting documents were collected so those of us working on this genealogy now are retracing Grandpa’s work.

Back to Rachelle’s blog, I found her posts to be well written, with very little rambling (genealogists don’t ramble, do they? LOL) and interesting post subjects.  I especially like how she periodically posts about her Genealogical Resolutions.  And having never been on a genealogical research trip, Rachelle’s posts about Texas on a Wing and a Prayer and Genealogy Trip Planning – Success! really helped to open my eyes about planning versus execution of a research trip.

Take a few minutes today and go check out Rachelle’s blog.  It’s well worth your time.

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Join me on my genealogical journey where I hope my experiences, discoveries, mistakes, and successes will help you on your journey. We'll throw in some bits of history for a little flavor and that is what makes up Talking Box Genealogy.

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  1. Thanks so much for the blog call out. Confused why it came through for approval yesterday, 9 months after it appears to be posted on your blog! Must be a WordPress technology issue. Look forward to watching your blog in the future. I am very impressed that you have taken on the 52 ancestors in 52 weeks!

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