Welcome to My New Blog. Yes, It’s mine. In Life In the Slow Lane, I write about our experiences as my wife and I prepare for the inevitable downsizing that comes with advancing age. Drop on by and subscribe so you don’t miss future posts.
Janet’s Guides to Salt Lake City. In advance of next week’s National Genealogical Conference in Salt Lake City, The Chart Chick (aka Janet Hovorka), has written a series of posts about what to do and see in the city. It’s good information for anyone planning to visit Salt Lake City.
Comforting Words - When You Don't Know What To Say. Robbie Kaplan’s thoughtful posts are helpful to anyone who has “faced a situation that’s left us speechless.”
True Tales of Family History Fakery. Things are not always as they seem, as Diane Haddad of Family Tree Magazine reminds us.
Support the Preserving the American Historical Record Act. There’s a bill moving through Congress that has major financial implications for the expanded archiving of public records. This site gives a brief overview and has links to sites that offer much more detailed information on the bill and its implications.
Larry Lehmer is a professional personal historian and chief legacy planner at When Words Matter, Ltd., who connects generations through their stories. To learn more, visit his web site, send him an e-mail or follow him on Twitter.
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