It’s Friday morning and there are officially fewer courses remaining than there were at any other time until now. I always greet the middle of something with mixed feelings.
The initial excitement and adrenaline rush has worn off, I’m tired but I don’t want it to end and it seems especially important to make wise choices.
As I was driving to the conference this morning I thought to myself, I should probably see if Mary Tedesco is speaking today and go hang out and ask her some questions that have puzzled me about my Giorgio/Iacobucci family research. So who do I see sitting and casually talking with other conference attendees when I turn the corner – yep – you guessed it – Mary Tedesco! It must be a sign.
Of course I don’t have a question in mind so I’ve scurried over to a spot not too far away while I figure out what to ask. Now is your chance faithful readers – if there’s something that has puzzled you about what you’ve been reading on Trovando leave me a comment and I’ll try to track Mary down later to ask it. I think for now I’m going to ask how I would go about finding Adriano’s grave since we think he died in Castel di Sangro in the early 1950s.
More soon – Kalen