Today, a “Frantz” cousin contacted me (via email), and very obviously I had to document his family in my Ancestry.com database (for his benefit and mine). Silly as this may sound, I’m like a happy puppy wagging its tail with delight when given special attention. A “Frantz” cousin is especially nice because I’m often documenting cousins with a different surname. So this message is dedicated to David M. Frantz—with “sincere thanks.”
That’s eleven PM and I haven’t been able to walk away from the computer. While documenting… I came across a story I wrote more than two years ago and it includes “cousin’s” ancestors. Very obviously, I wanted to send him a copy of the story. As I reviewed the story I had to admit that “I sound like a broken record.” (Of course, the younger generation has no idea what “sounds like a broken record” means.) Here’s the link to the story in an earlier blog message.
Above “today” was September 15th at 11:00 AM. I do not remember why it wasn’t published. I have “scheduled” three messages for Monday morning, October 11th, because (weather permitting) I’ll be busy with downsizing projects. I speculate I had “resolved” to stay off the computer but obviously“resolve flew out the window.”