We didn't get home from church until 1:30, there was the Annual Meeting today and I was elected to the Gifts and Memorials Committee for the third time - I've been Chair the last three years. I got my email and Bloglines read and posted about the CVGS meeting on Wednesday, but Linda wanted to do hers, so I took a nap, then watched the end of the golf - Tiger always wins in San Diego!.
At 4 PM, I came back and posted the Best of the Genea-Blogs on Genea-Musings, which takes awhile to put together. Then it was dinner time, and TV news after that.
At about 6:30, I answered a few emails and then started my blog post about the genealogy parade float. I went looking on the Library of Congress American Memory site for some images, but didn't find what I was looking for. I still have editing to do, and adding some links, but I have the basic post finished. Then I went back and spent an enjoyable hour or so looking at the photos on the LOC American Memory site - I had not visited it before.
Genealogy today was a total of about 4.0 hours - 1.5 hours with email and Bloglines, 1.5 hours blogging, and 1.0 hour looking through the LOC site.
Tomorrow may be a big genealogy day - I hope to get back into my probate transcriptions and get ready to go to the FHC on Tuesday.