I woke up late today and feel somewhat better, but stayed home to conserve energy and work on tomorrow's challenges.
After reading my email and blogs, I posted twice on Genea-Musings about the databases on the FamilySearch Record Search here and here. I also made a slide show for a future presentation about this web site. I made the CVGS Board agenda for Wednesday and sent it to the board. That consumed my morning.
After lunch, I did my "homework" for the ProGen Study Group - there were 10 questions about professionalism and ethics to answer and I typed my answers in a word document. That took 3 hours ... Then it was Padres game time and dinner.
After the game (lost to Braves 5-3), I was back on at 7 pm. and found Babe Sturla's obituary online, and posted about it here. Then I checked my Windows Live Messenger chat status. I contacted my chat leader to make sure I could connect tomorrow - we had a nice 15 minute chat. I explored around on World Vital Records for awhile too.
Genealogy today was about 7.0 hours - 0.5 hour reading and writing emails, 0.5 hour reading blogs, 1.5 hours writing blog posts, 0.5 hour on CVGS activities, 3.0 hours on ProGen Study activities, and 1.0 hour browsing in WVR databases.
Tomorrow will be a busy day - the CVGS board meeting is at noon, I have to cover Susi's group in Lemon Grove at 6 and the ProGen chat is at 8.