Another Sunday that I did little but read, go to church, blog, watch the Padres game, eat, work and read/blog some more.
I was on the computer by 7:3 a.m. and read my email and blogs, then posted "Sheri Goes to Samford - Post 3." I'm surprised that no one has commented on these posts yet - perhaps everybody read them on the APG/TGF lists? I got ready to go to church and left at 9:20.
I was home at 11:45, and immediately started the "Best of the Genea-Blogs- June 15-21, 2008" post. Then I had lunch and watched the Padres game (we lost 5-3 to Detroit), but got the paper read, a short nap, and more pages in my current book. The game was over at 4:30, so I read email and blogs again, and updated the Software post about making an Ahnentafel to get the right TMG7 information into it, thanks to Drew and Carol. Then I updated my Padres summaries on my Randy's Busy Life blog. I remembered that I needed to post about the CVGS program on Wednesday, so I wrote up "CVGS Program on Wednesday 6/25 is "DNA 101 - Genetics for Beginners." I posted it to the Chula Vista Genealogy Cafe blog, and emailed it to the CVGS mailing list. It was after 6, and I remembered that I wanted to watch the Ken Kramer show "About San Diego" on TV. I watched that, then we had dinner outside on the patio - it was only 80 F. I watered the back grassy patches and the front plants, then adjourned to the computer to search for information for a query received Saturday. Not much luck with it - 20th century people have left few bread crumbs between 1930 and 1980. I read my pastor's blog for awhile, and my political forums, and then wrote this post. I'm going to turn in early tonight, I think.
Genealogy today was 4.5 hours - 0.5 hour doing email, 0.5 hour reading blogs, 2.5 hours researching and writing blog posts, and 1.0 hour doing query research