Just the sight of a few daffs has got me into Spring Cleaning mode
and so I've started (once again) re-organising Writing a Family History.
Most of the blogposts in the Archives > Yorkshire Family and Archives > East End Family have migrated to the relevant Family Tree pages. And these two Archive pages have become a work in progress!
Once I can get my scanner rigged up again, I'm going to have a big push to finish scanning my remaining documents and placing them on these pages. I may be some time.......
so while you're waiting you could take a look at my Cabbage and Semolina Blog which has had new blogposts in recent weeks and several more are on the scheduler. If you like snowdrops as much as I do then you'll probably really enjoy these poems and if you fancy a cuppa you'll probably like these.
Or for a little nostalgia Do you remember learning to read?
Thanks for visiting Writing a Family History today and hope you have a good week ahead.
I'm a former primary school head teacher now enjoying family history, e-publishing and gardening. I'm the author of "Cabbage and Semolina: Memories of a 1950s Childhood" and was delighted when the book became an Amazon 2015 bestseller in the Social History category. I'm the founder of Spurwing Ebooks which is at http://www.spurwing-ebooks.com for book details and information about new releases and special offers. Details of my books are at https://www.amazon.co.uk/C.-Murray/e/B009R7CRVC and the other books I've published are at https://www.amazon.co.uk/Michael-Murray/e/B007AQZMZK