St. Thomas. North Carolina. California. And now Richmond, VA.
In the past few months, I've done more traveling than since the time before I had children. And while tiring--it's been awesome.
On Tuesday, I'm leaving to spend four days at the National Genealogical Society Conference in Richmond, VA. And I can't wait. I've never been to a genealogy/family history conference, and next week I'll be around so many genealogists and family historians. And go to lectures. And attend a Family Search blogger dinner. And talk with other people who love to do exactly what I love.
It's like I've just entered Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.
I just renewed my membership for another year to the National Genealogical Society. I haven't even begun to scratch the surface of all the wonderful things they offer. Not only do they offer the conference, but they also offer online educational courses, periodicals, and discounts on other memberships like Fold3.
I get the privilege of being an official blogger at the conference this year. And I'll be writing articles throughout my stay. The speakers are top notch, and I hope I can absorb all the wonderful information that will be shared.
So off I go. And I will share with you the wealth of what is to come.