Year 2014 is coming to its end and I'd like to say "thank you!" to you all who are reading this blog. To those of you who are bringing more blog ideas, who help me to better understand needs of foreigners who are researching Czech roots. Special thanks to those who donated - we are writing this blog in our spare time (and there is not too much of it for last couple of months) and we appreciate your help.
This blog was created more than three years ago and it has 120 blog posts published (121 with this one). I know I'm not able to write regularly but I'm trying to bring you more and more information. I (and Michaela too) will try to continue in posting next year but there are quite many issues in my private life which hold me back from writing.
I wish you many discovered ancestors, no brickwalls and as many hours spent on research as possible. :) No faulty writing, no drunken priests, no missing images and parish books, some black sheep and as much luck as you can endure.
Let the year 2015 be better than the current one - in every possible way.
Explanation! :) PF means Pour Feliciter (French) and is a widely used wish in Czech Republic meaning wishing you luck in the upcoming year. It's a tradition in the Czech Republic and we send PF cards to our friends and families.
This blog has been a huge blessing in my life. Thank you for all the time and effort you put into it.ReplyDelete
Thank you, thank you, thank you for this blog! I have found so many names with the information and tips you've posted. I've also gotten so much more of a glimpse of what their lives must have been like, information I couldn't have found any other way. Thank you! And Šťastný Nový Rok!ReplyDelete
Thank you for all your help and information in writing this blog, you are a fountain of knowledge! I am sure that I also speak for others when I say we are looking forward to more blogs when you have the time. I wish you and your family a happy, healthy and safe 2015ReplyDelete
Thank you for the explanation of PF 2015. The American Sokol President Hruby gave me a beautiful card she received for the holidays to display and I wasn't sure why it had those letters in front of the year. Didn't know you existed. I will be back to your website soon. Juanita Spirek Lo GiudiceReplyDelete