Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Genealogy Goals for 2012

It's the beginning of another year, and like many I find myself reflecting on the past year and contemplating the future.

I didn't get a lot of genealogical work accomplished in 2011. After dad's death, I struggled to get back on track in so many areas of my life. Every time I felt like I was ready to get back at it, I soon realized that I wasn't and needed more time to morn and deal with this huge void left in my life.

But as the year drew to a close, it was like the petals of the flowers feeling the warmth of the spring sun and little by little the petals are opening back up and leading me to rejoin this game called life. So, I find myself tentatively setting goals for the year.

2012 Goals 

  1. Attend 2012 African American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) National conference. The conference is being held in my state this year, so how can I not attend. Looking forward to meeting old friends and making new ones.
  2. Work with my Hosch cousins and relatives toward having a family blowout in 2013. Much to be done.
  3. Hope to finally get everything organized and make sure citations are up to date, etc.
  4. Meet some of my new to me cousins, discovered during the past 3 years. Goals are to meet my cousins "Little" Irene, great granddaughter of Grand Aunt, Mattie Henyard Martin, in July and if things work out, maybe meeting my Perkins cousins, descendants of Great Grand Aunt Penny Rome Perkins.  


  1. Happy New Year Mavis! Most of your ist sounds like lots of fun! Enjoy!

  2. Mavis,
    I don't think I knew you had Perkins folks, or if I did, I guess I forgot. We'll have to chat about them someday!

    Looking forward to your posts in 2012!


  3. Mavis,

    I'm glad to see you jumping back into the genea-scene. I'm looking forward to your posts in 2012. I'm thinking about attending the AAHGS Conference in NC this year. Should be fun.



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