09 December 2011

Appreciation For Commentators, Mentors and Warm Fuzzies

Blogging is really easy to do.  Blogging on a regular basis is a bit tougher.  

But  you know what makes it easier?  When I read the comments that readers have left for me.  Some tell me that they have learned something new and some just want to say I have made them smile.  There have even been a few that have taught me a thing or two!

I appreciate each and every one of you more than you'll ever know.  And to show you how much I have made a series of Christmas videos that star people who never fail to leave a comment, have given me encouragement, act as mentors and just plain make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

To kick off the series of Christmas videos I enlisted the help of some CG's and some not :

Brenda Dougall Merriman who has a most excellent blog that is conveniently named Brenda Dougall Merriman!

Paula Stuart WarrenPaula's Genealogical Eclectica

Marian Pierre-Louis - Marian's Roots and Rambles

Deborah Lord Campisano who doesn't have a blog YET, but says she will soon.

And I couldn't resist playing a part in this one, so the 5th wheel is me.

Stay tuned for the next one!


  1. I ALWAYS look forward to reading your blog, Sheri! Fun, educational, enlightening, crazy...it's not just for all of that, it's for enjoying a moment to see things from your perspective!

    And thanks for all the holiday cheer!

    Best wishes for a sweet Christmas!

  2. That was great! Last night I attended the Board Meeting/Christmas party for our local Genealogical Society. There is never a time that I attend one of their events when I don't learn something new. Last night I learned two new computer tips and two new local sources of some fantastic information. I can so identify with your "mentors" comment.

  3. Fun, fun, fun! Love your videos. My 4 year old keeps asking to see the video "...where the buckle is on the head and the pants fall down!" Happy Holidays Sheri!

  4. hmmmm, I thought I left a comment. Thank you for directing the musical production. It was hard work but a lot of fun :)Thanks also for the blog boost, much appreciated!