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A Weekend Like No Other

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    In This Issue 1. A Weekend Like No Other 2. Collecting Photos 3. Documenting Family History A Weekend Like No Other This weekend was a very special one. Brenda
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 13, 2012
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      In This Issue
      1. A Weekend Like No Other
      2. Collecting Photos
      3. Documenting Family History


      A Weekend Like No Other
      This weekend was a very special one. Brenda and I bonded with our granddaughter. Needless to say she is a cutey. But this weekend was extra special because it was just Brenda, our grand-d and me. We ate at a favorite restaurant and discovered that she loves all things coconut - just like me. She remembers parts of conversations and repeats the dialog with precision timing. She slept over for the first time. No fuss.

      She loves all things mechanical. If there is a button to push a knob to turn or a door to open She's on it. She seldom cries unless she's awakened abruptly. She likes to play with books and cards and loves to sing and dance to music. We took pictures with our smart phones. I think we're up to about a thousand pics.

      I composed a lullaby that features a little ditty her father (the son who did his own genealogy research online.) made up when he was about her age. I added the very first song I made up at the age of 8. When she immediately broke into her happy dance it was obvious we had a hit on our hands. She loved it. So that just makes me love her more.
      Another fond memory made.

      In a recent newsletter we discussed where you want to be on the "Family Reunion Timeline Checklist". Complete ordering t-shirts. You should have also collected photos, stories, genealogy research and have started on your photo and genealogy presentations. These can also be added to your family reunion keepsake booklet.

      2. Collecting Photos
      You will want to do one of two things with your photos.
      1. Scan them into your computer
      2. Take a picture of the photo using your digital camera, camera phone or cell phone and transfer them to your computer.

      Now that your photos are on your computer use your photo editing tools to crop (cut-around) the images into a perfect square.

      3. Documenting Family History
      Next, from your family history files put together two paragraphs of information about your ancestors from the earliest records available.
      Include full first names, middle and surnames of both father and mother, marriage dates, education, trades and employment, residents, migration and births leading up to the eldest living family member.
      http://family-reunion-planner.fimark.net/family_reunion_booklet.html

      Putting together your family reunion keepsake booklet can be one of the most rewarding projects associated with the event, so remember to get the family involved.

      Happy Family Reunion Planning!

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      Get your copy of the award winning Family Reunion Planner 3.0 at
      http://family-reunion-planner.fimark.net
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