Friday, January 19, 2018

2018 - A renewed committment

Last year I attempted to be a more consistent blogger - I did much better than previous years but ultimately failed.

So this year a lot of exciting things are happening and I really would like to come of age as a blogger.

I just completed the Diploma of Family History through UTAS (University of Tasmania), I will "walk through" in the Sydney Graduation day in April!

The 15th Australasian Congress on Genealogy and Heraldry will be held in Sydney from 9 - 12 March 2018.I am all booked in and am excited as it will be my first Congress!

I will have all four set of parents dna results back early this year and I am looking forward to delving into what information and relatives I can locate using this information.

As you can see, there should be a lot of fodder for me to write about and if I get stuck, well I can go back and discuss the UTAS units I have done, because I didn't complete that task as I wanted last year! There is also Trove articles to share, so surely I can do this!

For those who know me, you will know that for a number of years now, I have been a supporter of those trying desperately to protect Windsor Bridge and Thompson Square at Windsor, from the NSW Government replacing the bridge and altering traffic. If you have no idea of what I am writing about, do future generations a favour and go here to learn more, support them, write to Parliamentarians on both State and Federal levels.

I am going to finish this entry by sharing the latest in this story which occurred earlier this month. I am really amazed that our Federal Government has failed to intervene here given that this is not just NSW heritage BUT Australian heritage and of historical significance.

1 comment:

  1. Welcome back to the blogisphere! I do hope to rad about your research and adventures on Links in a Chain.