A few years ago, my mother discovered a dangerously addictive, time-sucking website: Ancestry.com. She already knew quite a bit about both sides of her family, thanks to relatives who shared information and an amazing album her father’s father left, filled with photos of brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles and cousins, their names carefully written underneath in his distinctive script. Ancestry.com just opened up a door to thousands of other relatives we didn’t know existed. Read More Discovering Family History In Front of Millions
I’ve become completely hooked on the NBC show, Who Do You Think You Are? It’s produced by Lisa Kudrow and chronicles the research and travels of various celebrities as they uncover their family trees. Read More So Who Are You, Anyway?