Saturday Night Genealogy Fun: How Are You Telling Your Own Life Story?

March is moving right along and it’s time for this weekend’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun with Randy Seaver.

This week’s challenge is all about ourselves:

1)   How are you telling your own life story?  Who have you shared it with?  What do you hope to do in the future?

I have to admit I haven’t spent a lot of time telling my own life story, at least not directly.

I have written quite a few posts:

  1. Growing up in Passaic
  2. Roosevelt #10 School
  3. Summers on Little Sebago Lake
  4. Summers on Lake Winnipesaukee
  5. Fun with Grandparents

I’ve also written about family Christmases and my first serious blog posts in 2014 told the story of my trek to Copenhagen to walk in my ancestors’ footsteps.

I honestly don’t have any other plans to continue to tell my own story unless it happens to dovetail with other topics that I write about here on the blog.

Thank you, Randy, for another interesting challenge.

One thought on “Saturday Night Genealogy Fun: How Are You Telling Your Own Life Story?”

  1. The stories of our childhood are sometimes easier to tell. If you’re like me, I haven’t really done much in my adult life but work, raise two girls, and did lots of Girl Scout activities.

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