This post is a response to Terry’s challenge. I’ve read quite a few, and I sure like the idea, and the results!
About me, I’m Pam. I am a person you might dread, a complex mix of radically different thoughts and ideas: a paradox in a tee shirt. I write because it is possible to do so, and because I enjoy it. I research the genealogy of our family, so history can speak to me and others, teaching us it’s unique lessons. I hope to meet and correspond with other researchers of the same people and places.
My brightest work, well, I think it’s
“Soap Ends”: http://www.warrenweb.info/genealogy/?p=87 .
I like it for it’s mystery, and it’s connection with my so called life.
My breeziest, (sassy, funny, provocative, sprightly) article, hummmm.
“What Would You Take”; on my other blog: http://warrenweb.info/grannypam/?p=358 .
I like it for it’s real-worldness, it reminds us to have a little fun under all circumstances.
“First Rose”, also on my other blog in this post: http://warrenweb.info/grannypam/?p=44
It’s the picture, folks, taken with a very old, first generation digital camera.
If you need to know more about the real me, read a few posts on GrannyPam, http://www.warrenweb.info/grannypam . I’m resourceful, have a sense of humor and love a challenge. The GeneBlogger me is a new person, but the researcher is old and somewhat wise. I’m blogging my genealogy finds a bit at at time, allowing me to keep afloat on the home front, and in my research.