Today was a light genealogy day. I had to spend an hour doing church business in the morning, then went to lunch and a walk at the bayfront with George. Tonight, we went out to dinner and I went to Borders for awhile, but didn't buy anything. Both our daughters called tonight to set up birthday parties at Disneyland for the grandchildren in February.
I was on the computer at about 9 AM, and after reading my email and Bloglines, I posted my Thomas Richmond and Julia White biographies as part of my biography series. After I got home from my walk at 1 PM, I posted "The General Land Office records." I read the TGF blog for awhile, then found some articles on Ancestry, and decided to write a post about the articles on "Information, Sources, Evidence and Proof." That was enough for the afternoon - I went and took a nap and watched TV and let Linda do her email.
Tonight after we got home at about 7 PM, I added several more article links to the last post, and then wrote a blog post for tomorrow. Then the daughters called, so I stopped my genealogy activity.
Genealogy today was only 4.5 hours, of which 1.0 hour was reading email and Bloglines, 2.0 hours was blogging, 1.0 hour was looking for useful articles for the TGF Study Group, and 0.5 hours was searching for FHLC resources.
Tomorrow is the SDGS Seminar with Arlene Eakle as the speaker - it starts at 9 AM until 3 PM. I won't have much chance to blog until after the seminar, depending on our dinner plans.