A N N O U N C E M E N T !!!
Now that I have retired from Library work, retirement will take me in new directions. I will finally once again be able to be more involved in my personal journey in genealogy as well as many other interests.
As a result, beginning May 1st, I will only be posting on this blog, once or twice a week and will no longer continue with recipes. I hope you have enjoyed what we've posted and even ventured out to try a few. I have! :-)
Genealogy tip for the day: Get Locally Involved
Tonight I finally made it to the Northwest Arkansas Genealogical Society's meeting. I had made the trip to our neighboring town to the northwest a week ago today, to the library there - only to find out I was given incorrect information. So I ventured out again tonight and finally connected with the right time and place.
The meeting's program was on tips in research - some of which I have already even shared with you before. But there were some new tips that I picked up that I will pass on to you.
Let me encourage you to find a local society and get involved as much as your time allows. It will help you in your own journey, put you in touch with others who can possibly help you with your 'pot holes' and show you ways to pave the road a little smother!!
"Happy Trails to you" .... as someone from another time and era used to sing.
“History is who we are; Genealogy is who I am” sg
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April – Tomato Month
Apr 1st Caprese Stacks
Apr 2nd Spicy Frozen Bloody Marys
Apr 3rd Peach and Tomato Salsa
Apr 7th Cherry Tomato-Halloumi Skewers
Apr 9th Grilled Chicken and Tomato Salad
Apr 10th Slow-Roasted Cherry Tomatoes
Apr 11th Herb-Parmesan Roasted Tomatoes
Apr 14th Tomato-Phyllo Tart
Apr 16th Spinach-Tomato Pasta Shells
Apr 17th Summer-Garden Gazpacho
Apr 18th Semi Homemade Tomato Soup
Apr 23rd Pasta With No-Cook Tomato Sauce
Apr 28th Veggie Stack With Basil
Now You Know!