Sunday is almost always a genealogy day of rest - or it should be, especially during football season. My online time was limited today by going to church, watching the Chargers game (they won 32-14 - a good effort for a change), going shopping with Linda after dinner (got more 9x12 envelopes and CD mailers), helping wrap and pack stuff for overseas, and then watching Desperate Housewives tonight.
My genealogy effort was devoted to writing the Best of the Genea-Blogs post, and the Family Survival Kit post, on Genea-Musings before the game, then the Conferences, Cruises, Seminars, Societies, Webinars and Videos post after we got home from shopping.
In addition, I created the program for our CVGS meeting on Monday, the program flyer for December and the speaker's certificate. I'll take the program and flyer to the copy shop on Monday for copies to hand out at the program.
While researching the Conferences, etc. post, I was printing out the back sides of our Christmas letter. Now Linda can stuff the envelopes and get our cards/letter sent off to our family and friends. Of course, I hold back about 20 of them so I can put the Family Journal in with the card and letter - I'll print that out next week, since I'm not quite finished yet.
Genealogy today -- 3.0 hours - 1.5 hours blogging, 1.0 hours CVGS work, 0.5 hours email and Bloglines.
It may be a big genealogy day tomorrow - I'm off to bed soon so I can be ready to play at the library, shopping, blogging and researching, oh - scanning and writing too!