Sunday, 3 January 2010

Happy New Year and Thanks for the Awards!


I'd like to start this post by wishing everyone a very happy new year.

I don't really make new year resolutions (too easy to break) but, as it's been nearly two months since my last post, I certainly intend to make this year one in which I will blog a little more often!

I'd also like to thank the fellow bloggers who have nominated me for the Kreativ Blogger Award, that is: Earline Hines Bradt of Ancestral Notes, Professor Dru of Find Your Folks, Mary B. of AncestorTracking and M of Roots Digging.  I really appreciate all the kind words and it's great to know someone is actually reading what I write.  Thanks for the encouragement!

I understand that the recipient of a Kreativ Blogger Award has to write seven things about themselves and then nominate seven other bloggers for the award, so here goes:

About Me:

1. Despite being primarily a researcher of Scottish genealogy I'm actually English born and bred (but with plenty of Scottish ancestors).

2. One of my favourite names on my family tree is Patience Porritt.

3. Since taking up genealogy professionally I barely have time to trace my own ancestors any more (and I feel like I've barely scratched the surface of what there is to find on them!)

4. I would like to learn Latin properly (if I can ever find the time).

5. When I was a child my ambition was to be a writer.

6. I'm a vegetarian and so was one of my great-great-grandfathers.

7. I'm a fan of Real Ale (mine's a Deuchars if anyone's asking :p).


My nominations for the Kreativ Blogger Award (in no particular order):




3. Your Ancestors Free.Com - http://www.yourancestorsfree.com


4. Carole's Canvas - http://caroleriley.id.au/

5. Blog of a Genealogist in Training - http://genealogist-in-training.blogspot.com

6. Folk are the Thing - http://folkarethething.com

7. History Repeating - http://familytreeuk.wordpress.com

2 comments:

  1. Kirsty, thank you so much! Your list makes me cringe to see the name of my blog, which I named when I had no real thought of actually starting a personal blog, and based it on the paintbrush strokes of the template I used at the time.
    It is, as you said, enormously encouraging to discover that people are reading what I write, and has inspired me to be more productive. Thank you!

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