My small dream home will be the second I build, after my tiny dream home on wheels. That home will allow me somewhere to live while building the larger home. The tiny home I’ve chosen is the Fencl by Tumbleweed. The photos here are from my Pinterest page, showing some of the inspirations for this home.
I’ve had to buy a subscription to Animoto, a video-making website, for work and tarot purposes, so I’m getting plenty of use out of it. All you do is upload photos, pick some music to accompany the video, and the software does the rest. My first family video features my mother’s parents and their ancestors, the Martin, Morrissette and Bourgeois families. (I don’t have any pictures of the Cyr families yet, but I hope to find some someday!) Read More
It’s two years later, but I’ve finally made a video of my photos from the trip I took to Quebec in the summer of 2008. Better late than never! I did it on Animoto, which takes your pictures and animates them with music. Very cool! Read More
Having worked my way through two or three genealogy software products over the years, I am now trying out a simple software that’s been around for a long time – for good reason. The Personal Ancestral File program (or “PAF”, as it is commonly known) was created by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and is one of the easiest to use programs available. It was also easy to export my family tree from Ancestry.com to a .GED file type, then import that file into PAF. Read More
The Celtic peoples have a rich history which lends itself well to the Archetypes of Tarot. Several authors and artists have accepted the challenge of connecting the classic figures found in the cards with Celtic deities and legends. On this page (which was created in 2005) begins an exploration of the multitude of tarot decks featuring archetypes and themes from Celtic history. Read More