Or maybe the Grumpy Genealogist   Confucious

The articles in this section of the WAGS Blog are for genealogy and family history grumps and curmudgeons! 

If you have a curmudgeon or perhaps a grumpy bent - you might be welcome - depending on the weather. 

So why the Genealogy Curmudgeon and not the Grumpy Genealogist?

You may well ask, and over time an explantion of sorts will eventuate, but for now you will just have to deal with not knowing.  

This blog is a tongue in cheek attempt at providing some light relief to the everyday problems that we all face. It is not aimed any any one person or group of people and is not meant to be offensive in any way shape or form. It is aimed at providing a mirror, or perhaps a place to look at things in a different light - things are not always what they seem... 

Have a look at the other pages as they appear, and come back to see whether the posts are of any interest to you, if not, don't come back - it's up to you.

Confucious1Last words

By three methods we may learn wisdom:

First, by reflection, which is noblest;

Second, by imitation, which is easiest;

and Third by experience, which is the bitterest.

Confucius (541-479 BC)


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