This was a fun event with a 1920s theme. The music was great. I enjoyed watching the dancing but didn’t participate as I am still babying my knee! We got a little silly at the video booth. Dan Earl (The Family History Guy) and his lovely wife joined us at our table. I learned a lot about a term that is relatively new to me: microblogging. Microblogging is basically blogging in short bursts using primarily Facebook and Twitter. I like that it is a way to quickly share with others in pretty much real time. Not sure I could do away with my blog though. I don’t do Twitter at all. I’m almost certain I have NEVER been able to say (write) a thought in less than 24 characters!
Dan gives presentations on funeral home record – an unusual topic. I plan to watch his webinar on Legacy Family Tree at a later time as his talk runs concurrently with another I want to attend.
Here’s a pic from last night:
There’s actually a pretty ridiculous slo-mo video, too. If you’d like to see me doing a rather poor Mrs. Doubtfire impression, click on this link. Scroll down to our picture. It might be the first one in the fourth row. Hover over the left-hand side to bring up a video camera. Click on that. Hope it works!!