It's almost the middle of June and I've done very little, genealogically speaking, all month. Read, blog, CVGS, and write a bad speech (now in revision).
My daughter and granddaughters are here this weekend, so blogging will be semi-light to non-existent. I was up before 7 a.m. and watched Lolo while her mom slept, but she got up when Audrey woke up. They got ready to go shopping at 9, so I had the rest of the morning free! After reading email and blogs, I posted "SDGS meeting on Saturday" and "Rootie Toot Toot, Lickety split, Softie and Squash/Mira" - my entry in the next Carnival of Genealogy, which has family pets as the topic. Then it was time to go down to Costco for lunch (Polish dog and a churro) and meet George for our weekly walk on the bayfront.
I stopped by the library, the bank and the gas station on the way home, and was home by 1 p.m. The kids were down for their naps so I was ready to post something and Audrey woke up. I got her, gave her a bottle, but she fussed more so I walked her, rocked her, and finally snoozed in the recliner with her. She slept two hours on my chest. Lolo woke up too and Grandma played with her outside for awhile, then she played on the computer for awhile.
We dropped Lolo at her friend's house for an overnight, and had dinner at Panera - Audrey slept through most of this. We were home at 7 pm.., and the Padres game had just restarted after a 3 hour rain delay. While my daughter studied and worked, Linda and I fed Audrey, got her ready for bed, and had her almost asleep when all three of us were drenched by projectile spit-up - at least it doesn't smell too bad! Poor baby...she finally went to sleep at 10, and my Padres lost 9-5 after leading 4-3. That left time only to read email and blogs and write this post before bedtime.
Genealogy today was a paltry 2.5 hours, 0.5 hour reading email, 0.5 hour reading blogs, and 1.5 hours writing blog posts.