Sunday, November 7, 2010

Count Down To the Atlanta Family History Expo - Getting Ready

The Atlanta Family History Expo is less than a week away, which also means I'm a week away from my first research trip. I've decided in this week leading up to both event(s) that I would tell something that I've done each day to prepare for both.

First, even though I did this several weeks ago, I finally created some genealogy business cards.

(In real life, it's not crooked. I just can't seem to scan anything where it comes out straight.)

Today, I went through the schedule of events, again, and made decisions on which workshops / lectures I would really like to attend. I quickly realized that many of the sessions I am interested in attending were being given at the same time. So, I did what any resourceful genealogist would do, I registered my mother for the Family History Expo, also. Although my mother is traveling with me, she hadn't really planned to attend the FHE, but I need her to go to some of the sessions, so she'll be attending and taking notes, too.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you. I've also been trying to round up someone to go with me to the Expo so they could attend sessions that overlap with other sessions I want to attend. Now that I know I'm not the only one, I don't feel so guilty.

    I love the idea of genealogy business cards. I've been trying to come up with an idea to let people know about my blog and the names I'm researching. If I can find my cardstock (I'm a bit behind on filing my genealogy papers), I might try printing up some myself.


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