Originally published 8 May 2020
March 17 was the last day I left my home. Oh, I go to the mailbox and do some yard work, but we have our groceries delivered and then clean them as they come into the house. I have a stack of Amazon deliveries waiting for me to open and clean the contents. Yeah, I’m probably being a little paranoid but I have a high-risk family member so we’re doing all in our power to keep the virus out.
But I’m actually enjoying being at home and working on my projects. I’m on my third revision of my story about Ellie. I’m also still working on organizing the scanned photos and sharing them with family members, posting them on FamilySearch and Ancestry. And then there was the photo I posted on Facebook of my sister and I in our teenage rock-star imitation glory. Think Duran Duran.
And being a genealogy fanatic, my life would not be complete without attending genealogy webinars and finding new sources I Pin so I can find them again when I’m ready to move on to the next project.
I just broke through a brick wall on the Naples family and I’m eager to find out more about the family.