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Mr. @SavingStories goes to #NGS2011

14 May

Mr. @SavingStories downtown Charleston, SC.

Mr. @SavingStories is my number one fan.  He has always made it possible for me to stick to the “hunt.”  Many times without saying a word, he washes dishes, mops the floor, or makes dinner.  Many times, he says, “You need to stop and eat.”

For those of you who get caught up in searching for ancestors or helping others do the same and you have a better have like Mr. @SavingStories, you know how blessed I feel.  Whatever I need to purchase, wherever I need to go, Mr. @SavingStories quietly supports it.

I know I may have required some difficult things in recent years like moving South away from the city where Mr. @SavingStories grew up and was comfortable.  It is amazing how he has adapted and love it here.

NGS is the longest number of days he has had to follow me around with genealogy. He had my tethered Android connection for when he got really bored.  I noticed yesterday, Mr. @SavingStories had not been escaping much that way all week.  He had been following me around and had not gotten bored.

I was very impressed by his comment yesterday.  After meeting so many of my friends and all the excitement,  Mr. @SavingStories realized something.  “What you do is really NOT a hobby like I thought,”  he said.  Words cannot explain the joy I felt over this discovery.  I did not even know he eyes were not open to that fact.

Mr. @SavingStories is now wanting to search out his ancestors for himself.  I am so excited.  Thanks to all of you who spent time to chat with Mr. @SavingStories.  I cannot wait for all the new adventures ahead.

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5 Comments

Posted by on May 14, 2011 in Legacy, News

 

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5 responses to “Mr. @SavingStories goes to #NGS2011

  1. Edna Foster

    May 14, 2011 at 3:14 pm

    Very; Very, Very interesting!

     
  2. Lilli Cipolloni

    May 16, 2011 at 2:26 am

    Hi there, just ran into this site from stumbleupon. It’s not blog post I would regularly read, but I liked your perspective on it. Thanx for making something worth reading!

     
  3. Deb Ruth

    June 7, 2011 at 10:24 am

    Very nice post! What a wonderful guy is Mr.@SavingStories! Supportive, kind, and generous. I think Mrs.@SavingStories is one luck lady! ;-)

     

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