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02 January 2011

Wading into a new world in 2011

I've resisted blogging for a number of reasons -- primarily because I wasn't sure it would serve a useful purpose worthy of my valuable (retired) time. But I'm adventuresome, if nothing else, so here goes. I haven't a clue to what I'll blog about -- other than it probably will have a genealogical slant since that is my hobby and passion. Perhaps I'll share some of my writings as I'm taking a class in memoir writing. Perhaps I'll find some cousins out there in BlogLand who will share information and pictures with me.
So here goes . . .

6 comments:

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  2. (Gosh, I need an editor! hence this second corrected comment!)

    DearMYRA,
    Being the prolific writer and editor that you are, I am sure you'll find topics of interest to family and friends. Though you are retired, I am sure that doesn't stop you from marveling at life, generations younger and older, history, interesting places in your locale.

    Whether you decide to speak via your blog about a specific ancestor, or about the fine Pacific Northwest tradition of enjoying the outdoors, your blog can reflect the many facets of your interests and experience.

    I do look forward to reading your blog entries.
    Just sign me...

    A fellow Washingtonian. ;)

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  3. Welcome to the blogiverse, Myra!

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  4. There's plenty of room in the ocean for all kinds of fish... welcome to BlogLand where there is always room for one more!

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  5. Welcome Myra, I am sure that you will love blogville. It is remarkable that we are writers who share everything and anything into a void that feels isolated and yet is read by any amount of people.The power of the internet is something our ancestors could only have dreamed about.
    I look forward to reading about your world.
    Regards from across the pond.

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  6. I used to read your columns when I first started doing family history research. Welcome to blog land!

    A fellow Washingtonian and Arizonan.

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