Stories in Picture and Verse Depicting Cemeteries in North Texas
Banner Photograph of BRAD CEMETERY - Highway 180 West of Palo Pinto. Taken by Judith Richards Shubert 2009.
Sunday, February 22, 2009
Kreative Blogger Award for "Texas Ties"
My dear friend, Janice Tracy who writes Mississippi Memories has just given my blog, Cemeteries with Texas Ties, the wonderful Kreativ Blogger Award. I appreciate it so much. Janice is also the author of Everything Blues and Cemeteries of Dancing Rabbit Creek. She is a prolific writer and dedicated researcher, and like the other Geneabloggers I've met, loves genealogy. Please visit her and take the time to read her very interesting posts.
This afternoon I also received the nicest compliment. Andrea Christman, author of Family Tales has also awarded my Texas Ties blog with the Kreativ Blogger Award! A fellow Texan who has been living away from her home state but enjoys keeping up with Texas and Texans, she blogs about her genealogy searches and sometimes posts a thing or two not related to genealogy. You'll also want to visit Andrea's blog and get to know her.
"Saving the Past and Improving the Future" is the byline for
Mountaineer Heritage Park, an area of historical significance in the educational community of my hometown, Mineral Wells, Texas. Blogging about the members, activities, past and present, of the MWHS 50 Year Club and graduates of Mineral Wells High School is the the focus of the Mountaineer Heritage Park blog.
Everyone calls me Judy. I live in the countryside outside of the Hillsborough / Durham / Chapel Hill area of North Carolina with my husband, Bob. This year we will have been married 50 years. We both enjoy a life filled with grandchildren, genealogy, family, and friends. I enjoy blogging about genealogy, cemeteries, and my hometown, Mineral Wells, Texas. You can find me doing research, writing, or making preserves just about any time you call.