Genealogy was not the biggest thing on my plate today. I was a "home Presbyterian" today so I could watch all of the Chargers-Colts game (10 AM here in San Diego). I had on my Chargers shirt, sweat pants, my Bolt hat, and I did say some prayers ... and they were answered. The Bolts won 28-24 in an exciting game that either team could have lost. The Chargers made fewer mistakes but took more injuries, and now have the "honor" of playing New England on a balmy Sunday in Foxboro MA at 3 PM ET. I will continue to root on my Bolts - I changed the color of Genea-Musings and Randy's Busy Life to Chargers gold and blue last week - did anybody notice? I'll stick with them through the playoffs.
I checked my email and read Bloglines in the morning, and posted "The Year was XXX" on Genea-Musings.
After the game, and my nap during the Cowboys-Giants game (I was really tuckered out from all that rooting for the Bolts), I posted "Best of the Genea-Blogs". I went back to watch the end of the Giants win over the Cowboys, the news, had dinner and more news. I came back to the computer at 7 PM, and read email and Bloglines, then started a Timeline for Russell Smith. Linda needed help with some documents, so I helped her edit and print two papers. After awhile, I uploaded several funnies and a Geography IQ game to my Randy's Busy Life blog. I'm going to go read my new book ...
Genealogy today was 3.5 hours - 1.0 hour for reading email and Bloglines, 1.5 hours for blogging, and 1.0 hour for the Timeline.