It was ever so close... a couple weeks ago it was almost all over. How I made it, I am really not certain.
Yes, a couple of weeks ago I actually thought about putting this blog to rest. Nighty night, good by, adios!
If I hadn't walked away from the blog, laptop and internet for several days, that very well could have been the case. By the time I came back to it all, there had finally been improvement with the URL I purchased. It only took 6 or 7 phone calls, a couple of months, a lot of waiting AND literally going in circles!
I am not sure how everything is working for all of you, but it seems to finally be correct at my end! I would be interested in hearing if you have any issues or problems, so please don't hesitate to leave me a comment if you are having difficulties.
"my Heritage Happens" ~ 3rd Blogiversary!
(I hoped to have the new URL in place by blogiversary time, and it looks like I just made it!)
Please, don't forget to take note & update your Google Reader, lists etc. to the new URL if you haven't already done so ~
(You do need the www. in front of the URL for the link to work properly)
So where is this next year going with my Heritage Happens? I have been making changes to the blog and am not complete with this project yet. I have been taking a few genealogy classes with the National Institute for Genealogical Studies and have been participating in the #31 Weeks to a Better Genealogy Blog with Tonia over at Tonia's Roots, so I am hoping there will be more improvements with the posts here as well.
I plan to continue sharing my ancestors and their stories with you as well as sharing what I am learning, seeing and doing in the genealogy field. Like most of us bloggers, I have been crazy busy and still can't find enough time in a day. I don't think this year I will be able to fix that though.
I plan to continue to share a bit of my personal life here and there also, such as crafts, photos, vacations and maybe even a bit of the prince and princess! (My grandson and granddaughter) I have been printing my blog to books, which hopefully will be heirlooms one day. This is why I have chosen to add a bit of personal life also, after all, we all have lives!
A great big THANK YOU to all of my followers, supporters, and teachers, including my "personal assistants!" (You know who you are!) I have made great friendships and thoroughly enjoy the GeneaBlogger Community. I hope I have grown in the last three years of my blogging career and plan to continue to learn, grow, and share!
Keep in mind also, I still have to live "MY GREAT SWEDISH ADVENTURE" and plan to share this with you in the up coming year also!
Thanks for stopping by!
Wishing you success in all of your genealogical treasure hunts!
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