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Twas the night before #FHexpo Mesa 2010

January 21, 2010 by  
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#FHExpo

The wind was howling and the rain pouring down.  There were tornado watches and flooding nearby but that didn’t stop a small band of geneabloggers and significant others from searching out substance.  We had a lovely dinner at Il Vinaio on West Main.

Geneabloggers Mesa #FHexpo Arizona 2010

Back row left to right:  Reg Miller (Joan’s husband), Thomas MacEntee of Geneabloggers, Joan Miller (Luxegen Genealogy,  Thomas’ friend George.

Front: Amy Coffin (We Tree Blog) , Lisa Alzo (The Accidental Genealogist)

It was great to meet everyone face to face (no computers!).  Thomas, Amy, Lisa, myself and several others are Bloggers of Honor and will be blogging and tweeting from the event.  Follow the tweet stream and our blogs for more info.

If you are are attending the Family History Expo, please come meet us.

Cheers,

Joan



Comments

7 Responses to “Twas the night before #FHexpo Mesa 2010”
  1. Randy Seaver says:

    I love it when geneabloggers get together…hope you had a great time.

    I’m looking forward to the posts and tweets.

    Cheers — Randy
    .-= Randy Seaver´s last blog ..Exploring FamilyLink.com Trees – Big FAIL =-.

  2. Off to a great start for the event. The photo is a nice introduction and the poem sets the scene. Hello to genealogy blogging friends, old and new. I look forward to following your reports.

  3. We are having a great time! Busy time learning and connecting. Thanks for your comment.

    –Joan

  4. Thanks for you comment and for stopping by :)

    –Joan

  5. Amy Coffin says:

    That was a fun night. Hard to believe there was such a violent storm outside. Thanks for the great company and sharing the photo.
    .-= Amy Coffin´s last blog ..Mesa: More on Day 1 =-.

  6. It was so great getting to know you. We had a lot of fun!

    Joan

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