The 66th edition of the Carnival of Genealogy is the iGene Awards from the Academy of Genealogy and Family History. My nominations from my own blog are:
Best Picture - A photograph of my parents as young adults, in "Wordless Wednesday: Mom and Dad". It's a great picture that I had not seen until a few years ago.
Best Screenplay - "Haberdashery Dreams" - They were a small town family with big dreams. They built their store with love, and a little bit of money. Before long, they owned a whole shopping center. But would their dreams continue to be fulfilled with stacking bills and a growing family ? Starring Henry Fonda as Santiago Baca and Katharine Hepburn as Paublia (Zimmerly) Baca. Based on the blog post "Baca Haberdashery and Shopping Center".
Best Documentary - "The Wedded Zimmerlys". Documentarian Robert Baca has sifted through miles of microfilm to find the documentary proof that , yes, the Zimmerly siblings did indeed marry. He presents his findings in the post "Marriage Records for the Zimmerly Family".
Best Biography - This 19th Century man lived into the early years of the 20th century. What did he do and see? Documentary evidence allows us to see a little bit about his life, as we read in "Using Census Records to Tell A Story: Casmiro Montoya's Family."
Best Comedy - Yes, I can't spell "renaissance" without a spell check (or by using cut and paste, as I did with this post.) Find out more amusing things about me in "8 Things About Me That I Bet You Didn't Know - the Meme".
I don't know if I will win (if there is actually a winner - I don't know exactly how this works.) But if I do win, then I'll know that you all like me, you really, really like me!