In their latest newsletter the Heredis Software Team talk about XXX (or Huge) Family Trees.
Just how big does a tree have to be to qualify as an XXX Family Tree?
Thanks for finding this Louis Kessler
In a post on Facebook on April 9, 2019 Lisa Vassallo when talking about the period between posting off a DNA kit and receiving the results, wrote “I think I have cantwaitcitis, an inability to be patient and wait”.
At the Rootstech Conference yesterday we were challenged to take a geneaselfie and post it on Twitter. My genimate Sharn White took a photo of her and I and posted it with the caption ”
#rootstech being genie-silly ” so that term for a moment of madness in a genealogy setting enters the Geneadictionary.
If we follow the logic in this article –
then a person who constructs genealogies should be called a Geneawright.
When I read this post from Caitlin on Facebook the world Bugiversary came to mind. When is your Bugiversary – the day you caught the Genealogy Bug?
In a tweet on 12 December 2016 Andrew Martin mentioned the conflicts he has between his two hobbies: gym work and genealogy. He coined the phrase Gymnealogy to describe times when these two activities can be undertaken simultaneously eg watching a webinar or participating in a hangout from an exercise bicycle or treadmill.
#genealogyselfie has been in the Geneadictionary for a while.
Here’s my #genealogy selfie picture for 2017.
I was thrilled to receive some Geneamail from my genimate, Katherine Willson in the US.