I have received a number of inquiries regarding my lack of blog posts over the last three to four months. Everything is fine and the hiatus is intentional. After 40 years of living south of the Mason- Dixon Line in and around Washington, DC, Molly and I are selling our home and heading north again. The last few months have been spent preparing to sell the home we have lived in for decades. We are on the brink of listing it in the next week or so. We are still unsure where we will be living next, but it will be closer to our older son, daughter-in-law, and their two children (our granddaughters).
Until today, other than a brief tribute post on the passing of my father in May, I have not blogged since St. Patrick's Day (March 17th) in order to devote myself to working through decades of accumulated "stuff." My genealogy library has been boxed up and secured in a storage unit along with most of my genealogy research notes, artifacts, etc. This means my blogging will be on an indefinite hiatus until such time as we locate a new home, move . . . and go through the laborious process of slowly unpacking and reorganizing everything. I definitely plan to return to blogging as soon as possible and I thank those of you who have expressed concern about the lack of posting and inquired about my wellbeing. All is well. I am just taking a necessary break from genealogy and blogging in the interest of devoting myself to our relocation efforts. [And yes, I am suffering withdrawal symptoms! 😀 ]