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2 January 2018
Just dusting off some cobwebs...Trying to forget my sore gums. Not sure the virus, but all recommendations say hot or cold packs, to ease pain and reduce swelling. So I have an ice pack snuggled up to my face/jaw for as long as I can stand it.
"Cobweb" is inside for the night due to cold weather. She was snoring earlier.>BR>
Dave is snoring/sleeping on the sofa, and I am awkwardly propped up in front of the Chromebook.
Oh yeah --- HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
Will be back to add more to this site, at some point. For now, I may watch video or read a book before shutting the lights off for the night. -- C A Abernathy
Doing a bit of fine-tuning on several links within this page/site. Other than this, these pages should be very much as they were when I first built them. Any major re-structuring will come at a later date. I am seriously considering a few possible "new focus" areas of interest for this, and others of my websites. 1) Genealogy, 2) Writing, 3) String Crafts, 4) Local and Family History, 5) Songwriting and poetry, and 6) Photo Essays, Photo Books -- collections
For now please visit my 'sister site' (BLOG) -- http://weavercat.wordpress.com -- to see what I have been doing since 2010. Thanks for your interest in my site -- Cathy A.
Calcis, Alabama is my home.
March 7, 2010
I have been gathering pieces from ALL my online collections of pages, sites, blogs and Genealogy Databases -- it has been quite a chore; and I know I probably have missed several thus far -- being online since 1996, there has been a lot of territory that I have covered.
"Tripod" was my first site -- and their page composer helped me to learn how to code HTML, and lead to paid job for a while. Thank you, Tripod!
The recent additions and improvements have made 'spring-cleaning' even easier for this site. I do hope you enjoy what I have posted here.
Thank you, for visiting.
-- Cathy Ann Abernathy
June 28, 2005
Be sure to check out and sign a comment in our "BLOG"
It has been quiet thus far, and I would enjoy hearing from folks that visit my site.
There is a 'major overhaul' I need to do with this website. First and most easily updated will be the online album pages; but this too will take time. I have hundreds of photos to get organized, sized, and captions written for. These photos range from family heirloom photos, to band & college photos from the 1980's-1990's, to everyday (digital) photos that I and Dave have taken around the farm the past several years.
Should you find a photo on one of these pages that you would like a "Full-sized" copy of; I can make arrangements and get them (burned to CD), and sent 'snail mail' to you for a reasonable fee. Postage and shipping isn't cheap these days, as you know.
I have taken a bit of a break from doing family tree research; but do answer email queries about folks who are listed in my GEDCOM information, and online databases.
If I can find a system of presenting my GEDCOM information on my OWN website, that is not too bulky or awkward to use, I hope to have the 'extended' family tree uploaded sometime in the (near?) future.
Until then I will continue to host my data with RootsWeb.com and other FREE genealogy services. So please check these out if you want to know more.
To access my most recent file directly, go to the RootsWeb.com welcome page and type "werecat2005" in the 'go to a specific database' box, then press 'enter. This should get you to the master index of the 50,000+ individuals currently in my 'extended tree.
Thank you, for stopping by. "Ya'll come back" again.
-- Cathy Ann Abernathy
June 23 2005
After having lost the more recent version of my "index.html" page. I have had to 'dig up' and older version and dust off the code; migrate some text to separate pages, and add this new entry.
There are many more things I want to do; but it's late, and I want some much needed sleep.
I'll be back soon with link to several online photos album pages (still being 'roughed-out') and other things related to family and photos.
G'bye for now.
--- Cathy Ann Abernathy
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