I’m Back!!

Hi guys … I promised you I’d be back, and ta-da … I’m back.

And while I took much longer than I expected (and hoped), I’m so excited to be back blogging. I have really missed it, and I have lots of geat ideas to share with you.

We all know that life can get in the way of family history-ing … and that has certainly been the case with me over the past few years … so after recently making a big life change, I’m hoping to get back not only to blogging, but also my own research (OMG!) … I know, what a novelty.

So stay tuned, I do have lots of great posts planned, but I promise not to overflow your inbox.

9 Responses to “I’m Back!!”

  1. Great to see you back. You have some very interesting blogs.

  2. Rose says:

    I am pleased you have returned and look forward to your interesting posts. thanks for the prompt, today I started an Alphabet challenge as a weekly discipline.

  3. Great to see you back Alona. I’m looking miking forward to hearing about whats next for you.

  4. Hi Alona,

    I really enjoy your stories.
    I am working to create a hand drawn map of Gumeracha and its inhabitants in the year 1950. Based on my memory only.
    Does it already exist?
    It will go to the Gumeracha History Centre.
    Also a Gumeracha version of Under Milkwood.

  5. GenieJen says:

    Great to see you back online!

  6. Sharon says:

    Hi Alona,
    You have inspired me. I have also had a holiday from blogging and family history but hope the be more active in 2023.
    I look forward to reading.

  7. Fran says:

    Life sure does get in the way of blogging and family history. I’m going to try and do more this year also. Glad to see you back.

  8. Gil Robertson says:

    Hi! Alona,
    I have been reading your posts for years and I have very much enjoyed them. I have wondered if you are from the TESTERS of Clarendon SA? My mother was IDA MAUD SPENCER, forth child of CLEMENT CHARLES SPENCER (born mid 1870s Clarendon) and ALICE MAUD BROOKS. Mum married GILBERT William ROBERTSON (born Bute) in 1935.When I was young I remember mum talking about the Testers. In working on my family history and the history of Clarendon. I have noticed some intermarrage. I have loved the photo of the TESTER folk outside the old cottage which must have been knocked dow to make room for the car park of the Clarendon Methodist church.

    GILBERT JOHN ROBERTSON born 19/02/1944 Adelaide, living Clarendon. Have lived Port Lincoln 1956 onwards.

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