Saturday, July 4, 2009

SoCa Jamboree 2009 ~ Post 3

While most of the bloggers who attended the So Ca Jamboree have completed their posts regarding this wonderful adventure, I am lagging behind. I am however, finally posting my third post of the event.

I don't know how many times I picked classes I wanted to attend each day. I think every time I did, I chose a different version of events to attend. Did I tell you there were at least 100 classes offered this weekend? No wonder I couldn't make up my mind! Each morning would come, and my class choices would change again. Saturday morning my intentions were to attend Lisa Alzo's class "Write your Family History Step By Step." Unfortunately, this didn't happen as sleeping seemed to get in the way. Not only did I have a difficult time choosing classes, Saturday morning I had a difficult time attending classes!

One consistent choice I planned on attending was the "Summit 2: Son of a Blogger" event. My roomie (Sheri Fenley) and I, did make it to this event which was two and a half hours long. Armed with coffee, we found a seat.


Low and behold, there was Lisa Alzo sitting behind me at the bloggers summit! I didn't get her hear her presentation at class, but I did get to see her, and speak with her later.



Here you see Elizabeth O'Neil, Lisa Alzo and Amy Coffin

We have them all again along with the Perle Masta of geneabloggers and Facebook, Thomas MacEntee. It's picture time!



Along with Thomas and Elizabeth, Gini Webb,her husband Steve and Elyse Doerflinger were other bloggers who attended.





Looks like Randy Seaver was twittering away and footnoteMaven and Denise Levenick were blog talking.










Last but not least, here is Kathryn Doyle. Other geneabloggers who attended this session I apparently didn't get a picture of. Oh, but there are more geneabloggers in the room! Next post will unveil!



Thanks for stopping by!

Wishing you success in all of your genealogical treasure hunts!

3 comments:

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