Wednesday, December 29, 2010

2010 A Big Year

This has been a big year for our family projects. Our family has discussed and wished for web sites for at least ten years. Finally, in 2010, we've launched our first web designs. As we all look forward to 2011, our web team continues welcoming family suggestions and feedback for making improvements. Based on comments to the team this year, we plan to:
  1. Advance opportunities to increase "3rd generation" interactions 
  2. Clearly distinguish "restricted" vs "public" content
  3. Respect traditional privacy preferences while extending outreach with general announcement broadcasts
Thank you to everyone who patiently endured the E-newsletter phase, and gave time to develop and check our web sites' content. Let's stay connected, nurture our family relationships, and wisely use the tools at our disposal. Happy New Year!

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Recipe Link: Marinated Mushrooms

We've just added this recipe to our private Family Cookbook. To read the announcement in detail, please sign-in and click here. Also, anyone may view the recipe here. Merry Christmas!

Do you want to Sign-up? Just send your signature recipe(s) using Email the author below!

Friday, December 17, 2010

Sharing Holiday Recipes

Happy holidays, everyone! While you've got recipes in hand making grocery lists, why not jot a few of them down for our private Family Cookbook? We have about 60 recipes in our collection now, and would like to include yours. Send us a PDF file, link, or handwritten or printed copy. We have volunteers ready to type for you. Merry Christmas!

We hope you're enjoying lots of fun family times during this holiday season. Thanks for the gift of your time contributing to our shared family projects now and through the year.

What's your favorite holiday dish? Let us know in comments!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Expanded Contact Data Dec 2, 2010

From feedback, we're updating our Address Book format. Please sign-in at the bottom of, go to E-mails list and fill-in your Facebook and Twitter Username. Then go to our USPO and Phone list and add your birthday (month and day), mobile number  and Skype Name. Thank you for these suggestions!

What else can we do to foster family connections? Share your thoughts in comments.

Links Updated February 8, 2013