READERS' FEEDBACK: 3 Sept 2005
- Hurricane Relief
- Landform Maps
- Sprucing things up with familiar quotations
- Internet radio show
RE: Tennessee Resources
From: Teresa Elliott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Tennessee State Library and Archives has inventories of most of their
microfilm online at
I find it very useful in seeing what records are
available before I make a trip there. [NOTE: See also Rutherford County
various other county resources.]
RE: American Red Cross
We're contributing gladly! Who knows, later this month or next, or even next
year, it could be us! We would be so grateful for the help! Florida has already
received their aid during our own crises in Florida last year.
My grandmother was a career Red Cross District
Visiting Nurse. I have her Red Cross medal she that she was awarded for her
heroic work at setting up the medical tent and relief at Sakonnet Point, Little
Compton, R.I., a rural district on the Atlantic coast, right after the
horrendous "Hurricane of 1938" ravaged New England. There was only one doctor
and she was the only nurse. She was first to get in her report of casualties,
etc. to Red Cross Headquarters.
We hear you loud and clear. We donated to the Salvation Army. Thanks for
doing such good work.
From: Kathleen <email@example.com>
Thanks for all the links; they look great. Have you tried Google Earth -
http://earth.google.com/ It's free, however needs a fairly new
computer to work. The images are only a few years old and very detailed - can
see my car in the driveway. You can type in a house # and street and it gets you
close to the building. I enjoy your newsletter and have picked up lots of
THINGS UP with familiar quotations
I'm thinking about writing a small book of my mother's quotations. Things like,
"What if your face freezes like that?", "Birds of a feather flock together", "If
you have sex with him he won't marry you", and the one that I have always
obeyed, "Don't ever put clean curtains up on dirty windows."
NOTE from Myrt: I think the phrase my mom used was
"Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?"
From: Cindy Walters <Cindy.Walters@knology.net>
I live just across the Bay from you in Clearwater...is your radio show broadcast
on a local radio station that I can get up here in Clearwater? If so, what
station and what days and times?
HISTORY HOUR Internet Radio Show broadcasts
weekly over the "internet" not an "AM or FM" stations. If you go to:
www.DearMYRTLE.com you'll find the link
to the most current show's page. Each page has 2 places to click to tune in to
listen to that show anytime 24/7. You'll also find clickable "Links We Mention"
and references to my guests and the topic of the MightyMouse tour. A show is
added to the mix each Tuesday, before 9pm Eastern US time. When you click to
listen, your computer's .mp3 player will automatically load the file. You may
have to click the "play" button to hear the show, other .mp3 players will start
automatically. LISTEN as many times as you want, PAUSE, REWIND and FAST FORWARD
to the part you prefer. Its also possible to download the files and save them
for your iPOD, or ANY OTHER PORTABLE .mp3 PLAYER. Directions for this are
Last month's offerings STILL AVAILABLE for your
review 24/7 include:
Show date & guests
with link to related column when available
29 Aug 2005 Show with
Holly T. Hansen of MyAncestorsFound.com & Everton's Genealogical Helper,
Evan Eastley of PedigreeMagnet.com and Elizabeth Powell Crowe on Beginning
Genealogy: Vital Records. MightyMouse tour of Cyndislist.com (clothing &
costumes & search option)
23 Aug 2005 Show with
Maggie Stewart of USGenWeb, John Vilburn of PAFInsight & Sean Williams of
CenMatch. MightyMouse Tour of USGenWeb.com
16 Aug 2005 Show with
author Elizabeth Powell Crowe & Aaron Underwood of GenSmarts.
MightyMouse tour of FamilySearch.org's "Place" section of the FHLC Family
History Library Catalog.
Happy family tree climbing!
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