Ancestor Approved Award
wow wow Thank you Genealogy Community for all your encouragement and support. Where to start?
Cutie Mavis Jones was the first to award me with the "Ancestor Approved Award".
Heather Rojo nominated my mother's lineage blog “Reed Cook Dearman” for the "Ancestor Approved Award"
Heather and I have found common ancestors and we enjoy sharing data together.
"Ruth at “Reed Cook Dearman” for blogging about her fun upcoming genealogy trip to England to research our common Chapin ancestors."
Geni.com gave a shoot out for a blog I wrote: Ashiya McReynolds Cunningham was kind of enough to let me know that
Geni.com posted a blog: Ruth Himan, blogger "Genealogy is Ruthless without Me" http://genealogyisruthlesswithoutme.blogspot.com/2010/04/my-genealogy-wish-list.htmlGenealogy is Ruthless without Me:
My Genealogy Wish List
I am trying to prioritize my genealogy wish list. I am writing a list to better identify the significant things to me about genealogy research. To understand what part of genealogy makes me happy and fulfills my individual goals for myself.
Fellow Blogging friends monaveluz, Barbara and Joan also liked this Wish List Blog.
A new fb friend; John Boggess on April 12 at 5:51pm commented on a blog at http://genealogyisruthlesswithoutme.blogspot.com/2010/04/Accuracy vs. Precision
John Boggess POSTED: Loved your article, and couldn't agree more!
Randy Seaver of Gena-musing also enjoyed this blog and awarded this blog one of the ten best for the week;
Best of the Genea-Blogs - Week of April 4-10, 2010
* Accuracy versus Precision by Ruth Himan on the Genealogy is Ruthless Without Me blog. Ruth suggests that the genealogy community adopt a standard for data quality, based on her life experiences and the state of online family trees.
All and all not bad for a week of blogging.