Taking a Research Break

This morning I read that Roy Clark died yesterday. You might be wondering what the death of an entertainer has to do with family history unless I am related to him (I’m not). Bear with me. When I was growing up, my brother and I spent a week or two each summer at my grandparents’ house in Alabama. Each Saturday evening we ate in front of the television, a small color set that received three channels, watching “Hee Haw” (on which Roy Clark and Roy Acuff were regulars) and “The Lawrence Welk Show” while enjoying what at my grandparents’ house was typical Saturday night fare—grilled New York strip steaks and homemade steak fries. I’m sure there was a green vegetable as well, but whatever it was didn’t make an impression on me. Read More »

Time Management

In my last post I talked about Locality Guides, our second assignment for ProGen32. The next assignment, which I have been slow to post due to a busy summer, was a plan for time management. In addition to genealogy, I publish a large homeschool website which is an important consideration for how I manage my time. Read More »