Janice's definition of the puckerbrush is as follows: "On any land allowed to go fallow and left untended, a wild assortment of wild plants grow – in some areas, this wild growth results in such a thicket of plants that it is almost impossible to push your way through the growth."
I will follow in the footsteps of many, and carry on the tradition Janice set forth by identifying 10 blogs that have influenced me. Many if not all of these have already received this award. Thank you to Judith Richards Shubert for presenting the award to me.
Miriam Robbins Midkiff of Ancestories: The Stories of my Ancestors.
Thomas MacEntee of Destination: Austin Family
Lisa of A Light That Shines Again and Small-Leaved Shamrock. I'm not convinced that Lisa and I don't have a connection in our McCue lines of Northeast Pennsylvania! Alas, I know just about nothing of this line of mine, so time will tell!
Charlene of Apple's Tree. I love reading about her research and family, but I also love reading about her home, as it reminds me of the Village that I grew up in.
Jasia of Creative Gene.
Denise Olson of Moultrie Creek.
Lori Thornton of Smoky Mountain Family Historian
Terry Thornton of Hill Country of Monroe County who is taking a bit of a break. Best wishes, Terry.
Bill West of West in New England
And of course, Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings.
Thanks to all the bloggers who've influenced me and for all my readers that stick with me, even during posting lulls.