You know your a GENEALOGIST when:
You can't drive past a cemetery without wondering if your ancestors are buried there.
Your neighbors think you are crazy, your friends wonder, and you know you are.
You have to watch the credits of a movie to see if any of the surnames are ones you are researching.
The mailman can't believe that you got this much mail from someone you don't even know.
Your fear of snakes and bugs is overshadowed by the need to get through those brambles to that old gravestone.
You worry about the roof's leaking only if the drips threaten your genealogy section.
When you read the New Testament in Sunday School and find yourself comparing the pedigrees in Matthew and Luke.
When you find your ancestor's executions by hanging or burning at the stake, far more interesting than the mass-murder that just took place next door.
You move to a new town and the first thing you look for is a historical or genealogical society in the area.
submitted by: Mary Jones, MD
Copied from: The Jones Genealogist, Vol.XII, No. 4, Nov/Dec, 2000.