Genealogy today took a back seat to life -- this morning I went to the Post Office, the bank, the shopping center, and Costco for lunch, then went for a walk after lunch with George on the bay, and stopped at the library - got two books. Got gas on the way home. Took a nap from 2 to 3, then cut the lawn from 3:30 to 4:30. Watched the Cowboys-Packers game over dinner, and friends came over for awhile tonight. Watched ER at 10.
8:30 a.m. Read my email and Bloglines. Posted the Internet Genealogy TOC and then Dear Genea-Santa on Genea-Musings. Then it was off to do the chores.
1:00 p.m. Checked my email and Bloglines. Answered several emails. Read my news/politics sites. Sleepy - took a nap.
7:00 p.m. Halftime of the football game. Read Jasia's post, then Kathryn's blog, and found the Rencher presentation about societies - so I wrote "Should Gen Societies Go Virtual?" Tried to save the PDF, but found that I saved it two years ago. Friends came, watched some TV later, then ER.
11:00 p.m. Checked stats, wrote this post, off to bed.
Genealogy today: 3.0 hours at most, blogging 2.0 hours, email and Bloglines 1.0 hour.
We go to Julian on Friday for the weekend, so I may not do any genealogy work or even have internet access until Sunday afternoon. I'm taking the laptop though just in case.