This was an off-day for genealogy, mainly because I was tired out. I ate too much last night, and woke up at 11:30 with acid reflux. Then I woke up every hour for most of the night, and finally got up at 7:30 PDT and was groggy and grumpy all morning. We went to church and I dozed/nodded through the sermon - the pastor asked me later if I was OK. When we got home, I took a one hour nap then had lunch.
At 1 p.m. I finally read my email and blogs using Bloglines. I posted "Best of the Genea-Blogs - March 2-8, 2008" and "Crime, Punishment and Your Ancestors" by Kathleen Trevena at SDGS Yesterday" and went in and took another hour long nap. It was too warm outside (about 80F) to do any hard work, so I pulled weeds in the shade for awhile, then we had dinner and watched the "About San Diego" program with San Diego historical vignettes. Then I went and cut the front lawn (I fertilized it two weeks ago - it grew!), which took almost an hour since I trimmed up the neighbor's side also.
Finally at 7:30 p.m. I was back on the computer, and read email and blogs, then wrote some CVGS emails, downloaded and read the March newsletter, and made a form for the April seminar. I played a bit with Legacy Charting making a mtDNA chart for my grandmother, but it wouldn't let me make a .jpg out of it - out of resources. Oh well. Where did the time go?
Genealogy today was only 4.5 hours - 1.0 hour reading email and blogs, 1.5 hours blogging, 1.0 hour doing CVGS things, and 1.0 hour messing with Legacy Charting.