Sunday, June 17, 2018

Celebration Sunday~Genealogy Happy Dance!

You know the dance. You know you've done it. The one every researcher does after finding something new. The one where you want to jump up and down and shout to everyone around that you found the document, contacted a cousin who has the family Bible, made a DNA connection or found a whole new branch to your tree. The one that is met with glazed stares and eye rolls.
                                                          Celebration Sunday is a place to share your discoveries. 
This is a weekly series to enable everyone to tell about their Genealogy Happy Dance moment. 

Share by scrolling down and adding your story to the comments section or you may also put a link to a blog post telling about what had you dancing this week.

My Happy Dance moment this week:

Continuing education is something I feel is very important for every genealogist. From those who are just beginning to the advanced, there are classes to help hone your skills and make you the best researcher you can be. I try to take courses as often as I can. This week my goal was to get into the Virtual Practicum course offered through the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy in the fall. This is an advanced methodology course. Registration was held yesterday. I had been warned the class quickly filled up even though two sessions were being offered. I pre-registered and then waited until the appointed time when I could click on the link to sign up. And huzzah! I got in! Seeing some of the others posts on social media saying they would be in the same class has me has me so excited!  

What had you dancing this week?

                                                                                              Share your discovery!
                                                                                         Let the dancing commence!

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Looking forward to reading about your Happy Dance moment!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
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