From childhood, the mailbox has always created a sense of expectancy for me. However, genealogy has created an obsession with mail delivery. What genealogist isn’t waiting for something at any given moment? I will be very happy this afternoon if I receive any of the following items I’m currently waiting for:
1) My grandmother’s social security application.
2) The Milo Story, a book about Milo (of course!) in Piscataquis County, Maine, by Lloyd J. Treworgy.
3) Documents from new-found cousin, including photos and a copy of a chart drawn in the late 1800s showing relationships to a common ancestor.
4) Notification of approval of my Daughters of the American Revolution application.
5) Notification of approval of my Mayflower Society application.
What are you hoping to find in YOUR mailbox today?