12 November 2014

Openings in Getting Started with Genetic Genealogy at SLIG 2015

We've opened a few more seats in the Getting Started with Genetic Genealogy course being offered in January at the 2015 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG). The website is not handling these last minute openings. Contact Valerie Hansen, SLIG Registrar at sligregistrar@ugagenealogy.org if you are interested and to determine if seats are still available. SLIG announced this on their Facebook page recently so some of the seats may have been taken. Consider getting on the waiting list as there is always a possibility someone registered may have to cancel thereby opening up a seat.

The Getting Started course will help those with little or no genetic genealogy experience learn the basics. We'll also cover some intermediate level analysis techniques for genetic genealogy. Basics of Y-DNA, mitochondrial DNA, X-DNA, and autosomal DNA will be covered. Hands-on exercises illustrate how to integrate the DNA test results with your genealogical research. The focus is on using DNA for genealogy, covering only as much biology as a genealogist needs to understand. Sessions are taught by me (Debbie Parker Wayne), CeCe Moore, and Blaine Bettinger. See the SLIG website at http://www.infouga.org/cpage.php?pt=42 for more information.


To cite this blog post:
Debbie Parker Wayne, "Openings in Getting Started with Genetic Genealogy at SLIG 2015," Deb's Delvings Blog, posted 12 November 2014 (http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com/ : accessed [date]).

© 2014, Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, All Rights Reserved

28 September 2014

Free Genealogy Education from BCG, 11 October 2015, SLC

The following announcement was distributed by the Board for Certification of Genealogists® (BCG). If you will be in Salt Lake City on 11 October, be sure to take advantage of these informative lectures by some of the best speakers.
BCG OFFERS A FREE DAY OF QUALITY GENEALOGY EDUCATION OCTOBER 11

Top genealogists Elissa Scalise Powell, Judy G. Russell, Elizabeth Shown Mills, and Stefani Evans will present six lectures at the Family History Library’s Floor B2 classroom in Salt Lake City Saturday, October 11, between 9 am and 4:45 pm. The lectures are free and open to the public, sponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists. The board is an independent certifying body and author of the updated 2014 Genealogy Standards.

Topics and speakers:
  • 9 – “BCG Certification Seminar,” Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL
  • 9:45 – “Shootout at the Rhododendron Lodge: Reconstructing Life-Changing Events,” Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL
  • 11 – “From the White Lion to the Emancipation Proclamation – Slavery and the Law before the Civil War,” Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL
  • 1:15 – “Using Evidence Creatively: Spotting Clues in Run-of-the-Mill Records,” Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL, FASG, FNGS, FUGA
  • 2:30 – “Oh, The Things You Can Map: Mapping Data, Memory, and Historical Context,” Stefani Evans, CG
  • 3:45 – “Trousers, Black Domestic, Tacks & Housekeeping Bills: Trivial Details Can Solve Research Problems,” Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL, FASG, FNGS, FUGA

“Whether you stop in for one lecture or all six, you will learn more about how to apply good methodology to your own family research,” said President Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL. “The Board for Certification of Genealogists strives to foster public confidence in genealogy by promoting an attainable, uniform standard of competence and ethics. Educating all family historians of every level is part of this mission.”

For questions or more information contact: Nicki Birch, CG, office@BCGcertification.org.

CG, Certified Genealogist, CGL, and Certified Genealogical Lecturer are service marks of the Board for Certification of Genealogists, used under license by board certificants after periodic evaluations. The board name is a trademark registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office.



To cite this blog post:
Debbie Parker Wayne, "Free Genealogy Education from BCG, 11 October 2015, SLC," Deb's Delvings Blog, posted 28 September 2014 (http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com/ : accessed [date]).

© 2014, Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, All Rights Reserved

25 September 2014

SLIG 2015 Early Bird Deadline is October 31

The Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) just sent out a reminder that 31 October 2014 is the deadline to receive the Early Bird Registration discount for the January 2015 courses.
The Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) will be held January 12-16, 2015. All courses and events will be held at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center Hotel. Labs, if applicable, and research facilities will be available at the Family History Library.

Registration: http://www.infouga.org/aem.php?lv=r&eid=12

Early-bird registration ends on October 31, 2014. If you log in as a member first your information will be populated and you will be automatically charged the reduced rate. If you are a non-UGA member you may purchase a membership, register as a non-member, and be refunded the difference. If you have questions please call the main UGA phone number at (801) 259-4172 or email sligdirector AT ugagenealogy.org. You will be given the option to pay by credit card using PayPal (you do not have to have a PayPal account) or by sending a check.

Tuition is $375 for UGA members and $425 for non-members (a $50 savings). You MUST be logged in to the member’s area of the website prior to registering to receive the member discount. These tuition prices are applicable through October 31, 2014 when early-bird registration expires. (After October 31, 2014, tuition is $425 for UGA members and $475 for non-members). Two payment options are available: pay online with your credit card via PayPal or pay via check through the mail. Your place in the course is reserved upon checkout.

Accommodations: http://www.infouga.org/aem.php?eid=12

We recommend staying at the conference hotel, the Hilton Salt Lake City Center in order to obtain the full institute experience and have access to special events and networking with the instructors and other attendees. SLIG’s reduced rate is $129/night (reduced from $269/night). This rate is set for up to four people in a room. The rooms are spacious and a two-queen room can comfortably accommodate four people.

2015 Tracks

In 2015, SLIG is offering twelve tracks. The foremost experts in the field for each subject provide students with at least twenty hours of in-depth instruction on their topic. The format allows coordinators and instructors to build on the understanding gained from each lecture, building a foundation rather than giving scattered information. Students leave with a much deeper understanding of the topic. The following four tracks still have seats remaining:

Beyond the Library: Research in Original Source Repositories (John Colletta, Ph.D., FUGA)

This course explores repositories of original historical sources: archives, courthouses and manuscript collections. The purpose of this course is to take the mystery and trepidation out of using original source repositories.

Finding Immigrant Origins (David Ouimette, CG)

This course covers the key historical sources and research methodologies for family historians tracing immigrant origins. We explore chain migration, ethnic migration paths, surname localization, DNA evidence, cluster genealogy, and other tools to help find your immigrant’s ancestral village.

Advanced Research Tools: Post-War Military Records (Craig R. Scott, CG, FUGA)

Wars by their nature create records; however records are created in the aftermath of war also. There is the pension application file(s) or a bounty land application file(s). But there is so much more in addition to these records. There is pension law, payment ledgers, payment vouchers, public and private claims, correspondence, state claims, soldiers homes, and burial records. This course will cover these topics in-depth.

Resources and Strategies for US Research, Part I (Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FUGA, FMGS)

This course provides in-depth study of 19th-21st century U.S. resources and methodologies for utilizing them. Analyze content, origin, location, and develop tools and strategies to interpret records.

You can also sign up for the waiting list for the other courses and you might be able to get into the course if space opens up:

The Family History Law Library (Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL)

The course will cover the basic legal concepts and legal research approaches appropriate for genealogists and will require the student to employ these concepts with hands on exercises using the resources of the FHL. Topics will include courts and their records, estate laws, legislative records, pensions, and property law. Additionally, elements of both English common law and Roman law will be introduced through classes on the legal concepts found in Irish, German, and French law that relate to research in those countries and their relevance to research in the United States.

Diving Deeper into New England (D. Joshua Taylor, MA, MLS)

When encountering New England roots, many find a rich treasure of previous research, compiled materials, and records dating back to the early 1600s. Yet, within the branches of our New England roots exist assumptions, errors, missing individuals, and incomplete information. Starting with the colonial period and moving to the 1850s, “Diving Deeper into New England” will take an in-depth look at New England research, specifically focusing on little-known and underused sources.

Advanced Evidence Analysis Practicum (Angela McGhie and Kimberly Powell)

This hands-on course is an opportunity for advanced genealogists to put their research skills into practice. Participants will work on five complex genealogical research problems—a new one each day. The objective is to give each student experience in conducting research on complex problems, analyzing and correlating evidence, and reaching conclusions. The research problems will be varied, offering students the challenge of stretching their mind and skills in directions that their research may not normally take them. If you can't resist a genealogical challenge and love hands-on learning, then this is the course for you!

Getting Started with Genetic Genealogy (Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL)

This course provides genealogists with the knowledge needed to correctly incorporate DNA results into their family history. Beginners will receive foundational knowledge in the basics needed to understand the application of genetics for genealogical research purposes. Those with prior knowledge of DNA will be able fill in holes in understanding and be introduced to tools and techniques with practical, hands-on exercises.

Getting More Out of Genetic Genealogy Research: Intermediate to Advanced DNA Analysis Techniques (CeCe Moore and Angie Bush, MS)

This advanced analysis coursei s intended for the genealogist who has a thorough understanding of genetic genealogy basics and has experience applying DNA testing to family history research. This is the next step in genetic genealogy education, with a focus on preparing professionals and others to work on genetic genealogy cases and strengthen the skills of those who are already doing so.

Advanced German Research (F. Warren Bittner, CG)

A comprehensive course on German research taught by one of the best researchers in this area.

From Confusion to Conclusion (Kimberly Powell and Harold Henderson, CG)

When the research is over, what next? How do genealogists transform the three-dimensional complexity of evidence into a coherent, understandable, written proof argument?

Advanced Genealogical Methods (Thomas W. Jones, Ph.D., CG, CGL)

Students in “Advanced Genealogical Methods” will learn how to use and assemble evidence to rediscover ancestral origins, identities, and relationships that have been forgotten in the passage of time. The course will address advanced use of evidence from a variety of genealogical records and research in populations for which the usual records are in short supply (including female, enslaved, and impoverished ancestors). Students also will learn how to develop written proof summaries to show their conclusions’ accuracy and create a credible record of their findings for present and future generations of family historians.



Disclosure: I will be one of the speakers at SLIG in January 2015 teaching Getting Started with Genetic Genealogy with CeCe Moore and Blaine Bettinger.


To cite this blog post:
Debbie Parker Wayne, "SLIG 2015 Early Bird Deadline is October 31," Deb's Delvings Blog, posted 25 September 2014 (http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com/ : accessed [date]).

© 2014, Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, All Rights Reserved

21 September 2014

Genetic Genealogy Education: I4GG 2014 Conference Videos

Over 400 attendees plus speakers attended the first International Conference for Genetic Genealogy in the Washington, DC, area in August 2014. The conference was organized by the Institute for Genetic Genealogy (I4GG). Most of the sessions were recorded and are now available at a great price! Over 27 hours of education for $50.00 (USD).

Tim Janzen and CeCe Moore, founders of I4GG, made this announcement today:
The videos from the 2014 International Genetic Genealogy Conference are now available for sale for those of you who were not able to attend this event. CeCe's spouse Lennart Martinsson has spent many hours editing these videos and getting them ready for you to view. Access to the videos may be purchased at http://i4gg.org/pricing. The quality of the videos that were shot in the Aiton Auditorium are generally of higher quality than the videos that were shot in the Ohio Room both from a video standpoint and an audio standpoint. We did not have permission to videotape Spencer Well's presentation or Angie Bush's presentation. We videotaped Jim Bartlett's presentation, but unfortunately the video card that held that presentation was somehow faulty and we were unable to recover the video of that presentation. Fortunately, much of the material that Jim covered in his presentation was also included in his portion of the FTDNA workshop video.

We are only distributing links to the videos to those who paid a registration fee for the conference and to the speakers. If you purchase access to the videos we would appreciate it if you would not share the links to the videos with other people who did not attend the conference. If you share the links to the videos with others who did not attend the conference then this will deprive the speakers from additional revenue from the sale of the videos that they would otherwise be receiving. We have tried to make the prices for the videos as reasonable as we possibly can. If people who did not attend the conference ask you for more information about how to gain access to the videos, please refer them to the Institute for Genetic Genealogy website.
My presentation on mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) was the first session on Saturday. I started speaking at the start time listed in the conference presentation. Apparently the camera wasn't recording yet, but I wasn't aware of that. There is a little shakiness at the beginning of the video as the camera operator moves the camera around to get it situated. The first three slides aren't recorded.

What is missing is my title slide:

An illustration and description of a cell showing mtDNA outside of the nucleus and autosomal and X-Y DNA inside the nucleus:

A slide describing how mtDNA is passed down to descendants:

All images © Debbie Parker Wayne

I hope this helps anyone who views the video. I cannot wait to find time to view all of the sessions I could not attend in person and review some of the ones I did see in person. I hope those of you who could not attend find the videos useful. Some of the sessions have advanced content with discussions about intricate details of DNA analysis by those who have been involved in the science for over a decade. Don't let those scare you away from genetic genealogy. Start with the beginner sessions if you are new to genetic genealogy. You can come back and view those advanced sessions later on when you are ready.

I hope this model of making recordings available at a very reasonable price takes off. It would be great if we see something similar from other institutes and conferences. I suspect the low price for you to access the videos is primarily due to the time donated by Lennart Martinsson. Thank you, Lennart, for supporting genetic genealogy in this way.

CeCe and Tim are planning another I4GG conference and will announce it when details are available. They may rotate the conference from east to west coast in the U.S. I've also heard some people asking for conferences to be held outside of the U.S. So stay alert for future announcements. This is a conference you do not want to miss!

Some speakers made handouts available to accompany the video. Some made copies of the slide presentations available. Some did both. All the options provide a great educational experience that helps us all advance our knowledge of genetic genealogy. Go forth and learn!

Disclosure: The speakers, including me, were paid to present at this conference and were compensated for some travel costs. Additional fees may be paid to the speakers based on sales of the videos.


To cite this blog post:
Debbie Parker Wayne, "Genetic Genealogy Education: I4GG 2014 Conference Videos," Deb's Delvings Blog, posted 21 September 2014 (http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com/ : accessed [date]).

© 2014, Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, All Rights Reserved

12 September 2014

Free Genealogy Education: Newton County, Texas FRIDAY (TODAY) and SATURDAY

I didn't see any publicity about this online until today when a notice was placed on several Rootsweb mail lists. I hope the planners got the word out in local newspapers so the attendance will be good. If you are in the southeast Texas area this weekend maybe you can fit in one of these sessions. I am sure the speakers will appreciate your attendance.


Image of East Texas road, © 2013, Debbie Parker Wayne

Newton County (Texas) Genealogy Conference
Friday, September 12 and Saturday, September 13, 2014


Check with the History Center and library (presumably at 213 Court Street, Newton, Texas 75966) for directions to the different venues. No addressees were included with the notice I received, but Newton is a small town and it should not be difficult to find your way around.

  • Friday, September 12, 2014
    • 1:00-1:45 P.M.
      • Billie Grunden, Celia's Jewelry, Newton County Museum History Center and Genealogical Library
      • Linda Reynolds, Using the East Texas Research Center, Newton County Welcome Center
    • Break 1:45-2:00 P.M.
    • 2:00-3:00 P.M.
      • Billie Grunden, A Genealogical Journey to the War of 1812, Newton County Museum History Center and Genealogical Library
      • Dickie Dixon, Getting Started in the County Clerk's Office, Newton County Clerk's Office
    • Break 3:00-3:15 P.M.
    • 3:15-4:15 P.M.
      • Genevieve Kitterman, Finding Lost Cemeteries: Research and Field Work Using
        Maps, Satellite and Aerial Images
        , Newton County Museum History Center and Genealogical, Newton County Library
      • Dickie Dixon, Getting Started in the District Clerk's Office, Newton County Welcome Center
    • 3:30-4:45 P.M.
      • Library staff, Using Heritage Quest, Newton County Library
  • Saturday, September 13, 2014
    • 8:00-9:00 A.M.
      • Winnie Graham, Family Memoirs and Under the Black Gum Tree, Newton County Civic Center
      • Dickie Dixon, Using Federal Decennial and Texas State Censuses, Newton County Museum History Center and Genealogical Library, 213 Court Street, Newton, Texas 75966
    • Break 9:00-9:15
    • 9:15-10:15 A.M.
      • Herman Wright, Rosenwald Schools in the Newton County Area, Newton County Civic Center
      • Dickie Dixon, Mechanic's Liens, Newton County Museum History Center and Genealogical Library, 213 Court Street, Newton, Texas 75966
    • Break 10:15-10:30 A.M.
    • 10:30-11:30 A.M.
      • Alana Inman, Using the Sam Houston Regional Library, Newton County Civic Center
      • Dickie Dixon, The Kathleen Hinson Dixon Story, Newton County Museum History Center and Genealogical Library, 213 Court Street, Newton, Texas 75966
    • 11:30A. M. -12:30 P.M. Lunch, Local Eateries include Brookshire Brothers, Dairy Queen, Hacienda Vieja, Jiffy Mart (Exxon), Subway
    • 12:30-1:30 P.M.
      • Carolyn Ericson, Civil War Research, Newton County Civic Center
      • Dickie Dixon, Effectively Using City Directories, Newton County Museum History Center and Genealogical Library, 213 Court Street, Newton, Texas 75966
    • Break 1:30-1:45 P.M.
    • 1:45-2:45 P.M.
      • Keith Allred, Writing Your Family's History, Newton County Museum History Center and Genealogical Library, 213 Court Street, Newton, Texas 75966
      • Ron Rodgers, Using LDS genealogical Resources, Newton County Civic Center

To cite this blog post: Debbie Parker Wayne, "Free Genealogy Education: Newton County, Texas FRIDAY (TODAY) and SATURDAY," Deb's Delvings Blog, posted 12 September 2014 (http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com/ : accessed [date]).

© 2014, Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, All Rights Reserved

02 September 2014

Upcoming Speaking Engagements (and past ones in 2014)

One of my friends reminded me I need to be better about promoting upcoming speaking engagements so she can attend when possible. These last few months have been crazy getting ready to do the first ever week-long genetic genealogy course at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) and the first
International Genetic Genealogy conference sponsored by the Institute for Genetic Genealogy (I4GG) and much more. The FGS conference in San Antonio just ended. This has been a busy summer for speaking in places that require more than a short drive.

So what is coming soon?

Saturday, September 6
Mesquite Historical and Genealogical Society
Mesquite Public Library, 300 West Grubb St., Mesquite, Texas
9:30a.m. to 4:00p.m.
  • Mining Tax Rolls
  • Organizing for Research and Sharing: Paper and Electronic Files
  • Online Search Techniques of Highly Successful Genealogists
  • Finding Online Books and Journals


Tuesday, September 23
Austin Genealogical Society
Highland Park Baptist Church, 5206 Balcones Drive, Austin, Texas
6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m.
  • GATA GACC! DNA and Genetic Genealogy Today

Saturday, October 4
Oklahoma Genealogical Society
Oklahoma Historical Society, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Dr., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
  • GATA GACC! DNA and Genetic Genealogy Today
  • Maternal Lines: Using Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)
  • Paternal Lines:Using Y-DNA
  • Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Lines of Descent


Saturday, October 11
Mid-Cities Genealogical Society
Euless Public Library, 201 N. Ector Dr., Euless, Texas
10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
  • GATA GACC! DNA and Genetic Genealogy Today
  • Maternal Lines: Using Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)
  • Paternal Lines:Using Y-DNA
  • Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Lines of Descent


Saturday, October 25
Genealogy Workshop for Beginners with Scott Fitzgerald and Debbie Parker Wayne
East Texas Genealogical Society
9:00a.m. to 4:15p.m.
  • Steps for Beginning Genealogy (Scott)
  • Organizing for Research and Sharing: Paper and Electronic Files (Debbie)
  • Finding and Using Census Records Effectively (Debbie)
  • Texas Courthouse Research (Scott)
  • DNA: What Can It Do for Genealogy (Debbie)
  • Genealogy Websites (Scott)


And what filled the rest of the spring and summer (for completeness of the 2014 speaking schedule)?

  • August 27 to 30, FGS in San Antonio, Texas, where I helped Elissa Scalise Powell and Judy G. Russell teach the "BCG Certification Seminar" and I presented "Texas Resource Gems," "DNA Case Studies," and "Using mtDNA and X-DNA"
  • August 15 to 17, Chevy Chase, Maryland, the first International Genetic Genealogy conference sponsored by the Institute for Genetic Genealogy (I4GG) where I presented "Using Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)" and then got to attend many great presentations by the most knowledgeable genetic genealogists of the day
  • August 9, Huntsville, Texas, where I presented "GATA GACC! DNA and Genetic Genealogy Today" and "Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Lines of Descent"
  • July 20 to 25, the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP), Pennsylvania, where CeCe Moore, Blaine Bettinger, and I taught two concurrent Practical Genetic Genealogy courses because we had so many people enroll we could fill two classrooms
  • June 8 to 13, IGHR at Samford University, Angela McGhie invited me to be part of her new Intermediate Course where I taught "Mining Tax Rolls: More than Property Lists," "Directory Assistance: Using City and Other Directories," and "DNA and Genetic Genealogy, GATA GACC!"
  • May 19, Angelina County Genealogical Society, Lufkin, Texas, where I presented "DNA Case Studies"
  • May 7 to 10, NGS in Richmond, Virginia, where I worked the BCG Education Fund workshops, helped Elissa Scalise Powell and Judy G. Russell teach the "BCG Certification Seminar" and I presented "DNA Case Studies"
  • April 14, Cherokee County Genealogical Society, Jacksonville, Texas, where I presented "Tax and Land Laws"
  • April 5, Houston Genealogical Forum, Houston, Texas, where I presented an expanded version of "Tax and Land Laws"
  • March 24 to 29, Forensic Genealogy Institute of CAFG, where I presented a one-hour "Forensic Techniques for Genetic Genealogy" and an advanced half-day version expanding on the one-hour session
  • March 11, Illinois State Genealogical Society, webinar on "Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Lines of Descent"

I definitely have good intentions of blogging about the upcoming speaking engagements instead of about the ones already in the past. Keeping my fingers crossed I can make good on these intentions.

And I'd love to meet you all at the upcoming events.



To cite this blog post:
Debbie Parker Wayne, "Upcoming Speaking Engagements (and past ones in 2014)," Deb's Delvings Blog, posted 2 September 2014 (http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com/ : accessed [date]).

© 2014, Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, All Rights Reserved

13 July 2014

MyHeritage: Free access to WWI records for a limited time

Here is a chance to check out some of the records on MyHeritage.com free through the end of July. MyHeritage.com offers some unique records and tools on their site.

Through the end of July 2014 you can get free access to World War I records. This is to commemorate 100 years since the war started in 1914.

For more information check out the MyHeritage blog post, "Search WWI military records for free!" Collections include:
  • Silver War Badge Recipients, 1914–1918
  • British Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914–1919
  • The National Roll of the Great War, 1914–1918
  • Tennessee WWI Veterans
  • Ireland's Memorial Records, 1914–1918
  • Royal Navy and Royal Marine Casualties, 1914–1919
  • De Ruvigny's Roll Of Honour 1914–1924
  • Distinguished Conduct Medal Citations 1914–1920
  • British Officers Taken as Prisoners of War, 1914–1918
  • British Military Officers
  • Victoria Cross Recipients, 1854–2006

Enjoy this free access. Take some time to explore other offerings on MyHeritage.com. For eaxmple, check out Randy Seaver's post on "Smart Matching in MyHeritage" at http://www.geneamusings.com/2011/06/smart-matching-in-myheritage.html for one of the great features offered. You may find the site is useful to your research and decide to subscribe.


To cite this blog post:
Debbie Parker Wayne, "MyHeritage: Free access to WWI records for a limited time," Deb's Delvings Blog, posted 13 July 2014 (http://debsdelvings.blogspot.com/ : accessed [date]).

© 2014, Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, All Rights Reserved