My priority has been getting new events up on the National Family History Month website and so far I have added over 100 events with my left hand. More will be added as they are submitted with time out while I am in hospital. It looks like being a great month.
The NFHM launch was yesterday in Adelaide and sadly I missed it. There will be reports and photos so stay tuned.
Now finalising my 12 talks in August and luckily I did a lot of preparation before leaving on holidays. I have only had to reschedule one talk which clashes with a post surgery follow up. I'm happy to say that I look better now than just after my accident. My poor face took a bit of a battering on the cobble stones but fortunately nothing serious. Helen Smith's photo shows my determination that the show must go on, but I think in hindsight I was in a bit of denial!
|The day after my fall in Germany, photo courtesy Helen Smith|
My 31 Activities for Individuals and 31 Activities for Societies to do in NFHM are on the Resources page of my website. If you are stuck for ideas on how to make the most of NFHM 2015 in August check out my suggestions.
Remember to follow us on Facebook and Twitter, #NFHM2015.
Time for a little rest - everyone have a great time in NFHM and I will be bringing more news post my surgery.