Today I'd like to introduce you to A Rootdigger. This blog is such a delightful place to spend a couple of hours, in just enjoyment!
The author of the blog does not reveal her name, just stating simply that she is Female and a Taurusand she lives in Lewisville, Minnesota. Her bio reads as follows:
As a young bookworm, day dreaming child, I always wondered about the cousins that I thought I must have in Germany. I was able to start Genealogy with computer around 2001, I still have limited knowledge in computer technology, grammer, spelling, and in the genealogy techniques. I make up for my limits by my persistence in wanting to share all I can. Also by my persistence in my search. I have discovered the family members of the 'Meyer Book'. I am still hoping to meet so many more of this vast family. I started this blog to serve the need I have to talk about my details of genealogy [journal] of all my surnames. Especially the locations of family settlements. Your warned, that there will be discussions of the details of the problem situations with the surnames I have had, etc. I am known to talk and talk about it until my family and friends eyes glaze over. I guess this blog may help save them from too much of that. I hope family will join in help problem solve and share more of the various family stories and insights and ideas. Non family as well. I have put the information out there and now I am waiting for family to come.
You have to dig a hole to China. Where do you start?
Love that question. The idea has fascinated me since childhood. I wish you would say I can dig to Germany. I would have started last week already!"
This author writes so pleasantly, and offers you her unique insight and opinions on genealogy research.
She also writes the following blogs:
The Roots Of It All
A Rootdigger's Sunnyside
Genealogy of Oldendrof, und Nahrendorf
If you're looking for a place to unwind, and see how someone else is coping with their own research for a while, both the highs and the lows, then A Rootdigger may just be the place for you! Who knows, we might even see each other there!