Monday, October 8, 2007

Dobar tek!

I understand that Croatians sometimes say, "Dobar tek!" to eachother before a meal. The phrase means, "Enjoy!"

To thank all of you who have become regular readers of 100 Years in America, I've added some new features for you to enjoy. If you are a regular reader and don't scroll down the page each time past the most recent post, you might want to take some time to look down the sidebar now.

If you don't want to miss a new post, don't miss:
  • The opportunity to subscribe to new posts via email

  • The opportunity to subscribe to new posts in a reader (RSS feed is the term, if you want to get fancy)

  • The opportunity to bookmark this site (Heard of
Also take a look at:
  • The new Family Surnames list (hopefully this will help new readers to quickly determine whether or not they have a connection to our family)

If you want to learn more:

  • Check out the Related Reading sidebar, with links to books of interest about Croatia, Hungary, Ellis Island, New York immigrants, genealogy, etc.

I'm glad to see that many of you are enjoying 100 Years in America. If you are a regular reader and you are enjoying this blog, please drop me an email if you get a chance. I'd like to hear your comments and suggestions.

In the meantime, it's late here, so I will offer you a Croatian good night. (Hopefully it is appropriate for your time of day.)

Laku noć & slatki snovi! (Good night and sweet dreams!)


  1. Hello Lisa,

    New stuff is great.
    I can't seem to see all the pictures you keep talking about.
    Just the first one and the one mom with a baby.

    thanks again and I will check back often
    Great,Great granddaughter from Mitzi Ulaky

  2. Hi Lisa,

    new stuff is great. You kept mentioning the pictures but I can't seem to see them just the one of Frankie at in the school standing at the top left and the women holding the baby.
    Thanks again for posting so many great things about the family.
    Patricia Lang
    great great granddaughter

  3. Make sure that you scroll down to see all the posts and images. When you get to the bottom, click on "Older Posts" to read earlier entries and see photos posted along with them.

    You can also use "People, Places & More" or the "Blog Archive" on the sidebar to get to other posts.

    Glad to see that you are enjoying the blog. Keep in touch...



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