10-year anniversary!

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2005-2015!

This year I have had my company for 10 years! I cannot possibly understand where time went, but apparently it did! 🙂

I’m not going to throw a huge party, as I have a ton of projects in the pipeline right now, but I may come back with some celebration in the fall. 🙂

Until then, I would like to give you all something small to celebrate with! For every one who orders something from my new web shop I offer a 50% discount until June 30th. Take a peak in the shop and see if there is anything you like. All products are shipped world wide. A shipping fee will be added. Keep a look out for new tree models in fall! 🙂

If you are interested in my large customized family trees feel welcome to take a look in the Gallery, where you can see examples of other trees that I have painted.

SGF & SFD

OK, so now both the exhibition at SGF’s (The Skåne Genealogy Association’s) yearly meeting in Lund, on the  28th of March and SFD2015 (the Swedish Genealogy Days in Nyköping 29-30 o f August) are booked. I’ll see you there! 🙂

Preparations

So I’m busy updating business cards and flyers and testing new technology. Since I am traveling to the Swedish Genealogy Days by train for the first time (not by car) I have to drastically reduce my packing… It will be interesting to see how that goes. 🙂

See you in Karlstad!

Back to work!

So, after a looooong summer vacation it is time to get back to work. I am starting by digging through the mailbox – bare with me, if you have sent me an e-mail during the summer and I haven’t replied yet, I will as soon as possible! 🙂

First thing on the agenda is gearing up for Släktforskardagarna 2014, the annual Swedish Genealogy Days. This year we’ll se you in Karlstad. And this year is also the tenth Släktforskardagarna in a row for Genea Murgia Do you have any suggestions to a small 10-year-anniversary-offer you would like to see, don’t hesitate to e-mail me! 🙂

I am also thinking of new places to go and new countries to show my trees in. Where do you think I should go? Preferably a place where I can communicate in Swedish, Danish/Norwegian, English or Italian. Do you have any suggestions to Genealogy Fairs around the globe – or maybe I should start in Europe, 🙂 where my hand-painted family trees might be a welcome novelty?