Sometimes events happen in life that force us to remember. It has been interesting as we have been living through the pandemic that we have craved stories and photos from our last great pandemic 100 years ago.
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FamilySearch has announced that RootsTech 2021 will be held in February as a free, virtual event. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual family history conference originally scheduled for February 3–6, 2021, in Salt Lake City, Utah, will now be held online February 25–27, 2021.
Most family stories come naturally from family vacations, but there are ways to step up your game and make family vacations more intentional. So, as summer winds down and you take your last summer trips, keep these things in mind.
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In the past four months of pandemic craziness, dinner table conversations have been the highlight of the day for me. We haven’t been running off to soccer, football or dance practice and we have the ability to sit around and talk long after the food is gone. How has it gone in your home?
I have some family history expert friends. They have that certain look in their eye when they talk about genealogy. It’s hard to explain, but I would imagine it’s similar to the look that the children in “The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe” had when they returned from Narnia. It’s this quiet joy. They have seen the other side. In this case, we’re talking about the other side of the veil. It’s wondrous.