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    In every family, someone ends up with “the stuff.” It is the goal of The Family Curator to inspire, enlighten, and encourage other family curators in their efforts to preserve and share their own family treasures.

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    Glad to Know You-All

    I've never been to a real southern get-together, but I imagine no one leaves a stranger if Terry Thornton is hosting the party. I just know that he guides his guests through the crowd introducing him/her to each person there until they feel like kin. At least, that is what Terry has done over at Hill Country of Monroe County in his three-part series for the round up to the "Getting to Know You Challenge."

    Getting to Know You Round-Up at Hill Country of Monroe Country

    This is a blog read to bookmark and savor. Terry includes 42 bloggers in the round-up AND (best part of all) serenades the reader with his own rendition of the classic tune.

    Part 1 - Getting to Know You, Overture, Act 1, Scenes 1-15
    Part 2 - Getting to Know You, Overture, Act 2, Scenes 16-30
    Part 3 - Getting to Know You, Act 3, Scenes 31-42, Finale and Reprise

    I'm holding off on posting the Treasure Hunters Map Round-Up until Oct 3 -- spend the next few days enjoying the party at Hill Country of Monroe Country.

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    Thank you Denise L for all the kind words, the links, and for participating in the Getting to Know You challenge. I've enjoyed learning all about you and so many other new-to-me geneaBloggers. Thanks!

    October 1, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterTerry Thornton

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