A normal bachelorette party location:
|A Dance Club|
My bachelorette party location: A tour of NYC's oldest bars!
|Ear Inn (image source)|
|McSorley's Old Ale House (image source)|
My bridal party's shirt:
|(I think they were making fun of me.)|
Normal bride's shirt:
|Probably from here?|
#1 Leave no stone unturned, unless it is a headstone.
#2 Handwriting legibility is inversely proportionate to a document's importance.
#3 The further away a cemetery or library is, the more awkward the opening ours will be.
#4 The relative you most need to talk with is the one whose funeral you are currently attending.
#5 Wherever you find two or more sibling, there also will you find two or more surname spellings.
Normal bachelorette party pin:
My bachelorette party pin:
|designed by my awesome sister Laura!|
Is my bridal party not obviously the very best ever?
Next time you're in McSorley's look for the "Genealogy is Cool" pin stuck above the door jamb!
And to hearken back to the discussion of making money in genealogy, I know a maid of honor who might be able to make a living as a genealogy-themed party planner!
(Several of the links in this post are Amazon.com affiliate links.)
(Cross-posted at When Hoya Met Saxa)