Can you believe that one entire year has gone by? It seems like the older I get, the days go by so much quicker. I can clearly remember being 20 years old and thinking that 40 was just ancient. I can clearly remember taking my oldest son to his first day of kindergarten. Damn kid had another birthday last week and took such delight in telling me that he is now 32 years old. I remind him that there still is no "real" proof that he is mine. I had C-Sections for all three of my boys. I went to sleep, I woke up and they gave me a baby. This was back in the day before id bracelets, blood work, fingerprinting, etc. They could have screwed up. I could have been given the wrong child. What? It could have happened. In the case of my oldest though, I must admit that he looks exactly like me. And if I am going to keep one, I might as well keep all three.
I had a few friends send me some Happy Blogaversary Cards and thought it appropriate to share some of them with you. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
Without the support from the Geneablogger community, I don't think that I would have started this adventure. The encouragement and help and moral support that has been given to me this past year is priceless. I have a ways to go yet, but I am well on my way to becoming the best genealogist and historical researcher that I can possibly hope be. The education of a genealogist never really ends. It is alot of work and there are days I am sure my brain will explode. However, I am so very lucky to have friends (like the ones shown below) that I know will be there for me. Ain't Life Grand!
There are many more that should be included in this work of art, but I was unable to find a photo of them. They know who they are.