This post will summarize the last two days.
On Saturday, I took care of Lolo until they went out to the new Children's Museum in downtown San Diego. While they were gone, I read email and blogs, posted on Genea-Musings several times and on Randy's Busy Life. I also explored my pastors blog and several genealogy web sites for future posts.
They came back at 1 p.m. and I took a nap while everybody else did. Lolo was up at 3 and I entertained her until Tami got up with the baby. We got ready to go to dinner and the Padres game, leaving at 5 p.m. We ate at Rubio's (Lolo loves fish tacos, refried beans, chips, salsa, etc). We took Lolo to the game on the trlley while Tami took the baby back to our house. The Pads lost 7-2, and we left for home after 7 innings. Lolo stayed awake the whole time but went right to bed. Me too.
This morning, Lolo and I had our waffles together and watched Disney Channel. Linda and I took her to church with us, and she went into the nursery. Tami came at 11 a.m. with Audrey and I had a grand time showing Audrey off to our friends. They went home after this. When we got home at 11:45, I read email and blogs and posted two quick posts on Genea-Musings. I also solved John Reid's latest Genea-Cyberquote on Anglo-Celtic connections.
I watched the end of the Indy 500 and then the Padres game, thinking I'd be back on the computer by 4 pm. Right - it was an 18 inning game that ended at 7 pm. - we did win, 12-9 on a walkoff home run. So I finally came into the computer, read and answered email, read and commented on blogs, and posted the "Best of the Genea-Bogs, May 18-24, 2008."
So genealogy today and yesterday totalled maybe 7 hours at most - 1.0 hour reading emails, 1.5 hours reading and commenting on blogs, 3.0 hours writing blog posts and maybe 1.5 hours doing miscellaneous research on blogs and databases.