Cultivate remembrance this Christmas with personal history prompts organized by Thomas MacEntee. For many years, his online community of over 3,000 family history GeneaBloggers enjoyed using his Advent Calendar of Christmas Memories which ended in Christmas 2015. With special permission to post here, it is still possible for you to write your family’s holiday history twenty-four different ways during twenty-four days in December!
Here’s TODAY’s prompt:
December 4 – Christmas Cards
Did your family send cards? Did your family display the ones they received? Do you still send Christmas cards? Do you have any cards from your ancestors?
This is a great way to record part of your personal history. You may want to use these prompts with your Personal Historian software, and you’ll be a step ahead in documenting your personal history and preserving it for your posterity. I also enjoy scanning pictures with my Flip-pal mobile scanner. and storing the pictures in collections with my Heritage Collector Suite software. Since Christmas is coming, it would be a delight to find these items under your tree this year.
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