52 Weeks To Better Genealogy – Challenge 25

This week’s challenge is to:

Write one good, solid comment on at least one genealogy blog every day for a week. Sometimes we get busy and the genealogy reading we should be doing just piles up. The same thing happens with blogs. This week, take some time to read genealogy blogs. Select at least one post a day and establish communication with the author. Offer a compliment, a question or genealogy information you may have. This challenge provides a little love to bloggers and some new perspectives for researchers. Authors of genealogy blogs can use this opportunity to comment on comments, so to speak.

I try to leave several comments every week, but just as the challenge says, “sometimes we get busy.”   This week has been no exception.  My Google Reader had gotten up to 200+ items to read, but I’m pleased to say that I’m somewhat caught up (at least for a day or two).  I didn’t leave comments every day this week, as I had intended to, but I have left five comments so far.  The posts I commented on are below.  If you haven’t read them yet, you should.  Good stuff.

Blogs I commented on this week:

Genealogy Geek:  The brickwall I didn’t even know I had

Greta’s Genealogy Bog:  Saturday Night Genealogy Fun:  A Prolific Dad

Geneabloggers:  RootsFeed Update

AnceStories: The Stories of My Ancestors:  Southern California Genealogical Society’s 2010 Jamboree: The Conclusion

a3Genealogy:  Tombstone Tuesday – Dating Tombstones

This post was written as part of an occasional series called “52 Weeks to Better Genealogy” – a challenge created by Amy Coffin at WeTree. To see all my posts in the series, click here. To see how other folks have answered the challenge, check out Geneabloggers.com.

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