Friday, July 23, 2010

Some Good Blog Reading, Follow Friday

Over the last couple of weeks there have been some articles or blogs I have enjoyed, they are, in no particular order:

Sherry Stocking Kline, from Family Tree Writer, wrote what I felt was a great post, ‘52 Weeks to Better Genealogy’ series, challenge #25: Blog Comments.   A different look at the subject, but, I really relate and agree with her on this one.

Karen, from Ancestor Soup, wrote a beautiful tribute to her cousin, Warren, in Time to Say Goodbye.

The Jones Genealogist.  A new blogger, who writes beautifully, you will not be disappointed!  So far, all posts are winners, but, don't miss, "Sworn to Secrecy" and "True Tree Climbing".

Irish Eyes, from 'On a flesh and bone foundation': An Irish History, wrote a post about facts vs family lore, something that most family researchers will have to deal with at some point in their researching lives.  (Also note she did a shout out for Reflections, but that is not why I am including in this post, I am including, because I have been there, done that, and it is a great post.)  She also wrote a wonderful story about her father, ghosts, bikes and torches, at 'Cycling apparitions in the castle ruins': An Irish Story.  Need a good chuckle, go read it!

Have you met Ernie??  NOOOO.  Well, I had not either, till Greta highlighted him in her Follow Friday post on July 16th.  Now that I have, shhhhh, now, don't tell Man, I just might be in love.  At almost 89 years young, I adore his attitude and he has a great looking blog.  Ernie cooks, gardens, blogs, he even fiddled (as the 'Sunflower Wrangler').  Go on over and meet Ernie, watch out all you dudes, your ladies may fall in love too!

Hope you enjoy the posts and the blogs and the great bloggers.

Copyright 2010, CABS for Reflections From the Fence


IrishEyes said...

Hi Carol, Thank You, Thank You for the reference to my posts! I really appreciate it. Cheers! Jennifer

Greta Koehl said...

Aw, and I thought I had the biggest crush on Ernie! Good recommendations; I missed a couple of these.

Amy Coffin, MLIS said...

Great suggestions! I'm a hug Ernie fan, too!