This was a typical Sunday here at the Genea-Cave - some blogging and not much else.
I read my email and blogs before Lolo and Audrey got up, and we watched TV before getting ready for church. Tami stayed home, and we took the girls to show them off (a typical grandparenting thing at our church). We were home by 11:45 and Linda and Tami took Lolo to lunch and Audrey took a nap. I grabbed a quick bite to eat then started on "Best of the Genea-Blogs" post ... and Audrey woke up in the middle of it. It became "rock Audrey" and "type another paragraph" for about 30 minutes when I was done, so I posted it and we went in to watch the Padres game. The girls came home and Lolo went down for a nap, but Audrey never went to sleep for more than 10 minutes until later tonight.
After the game, Tami took the girls to the mall and then their friends house, and Lolo is staying overnight there. I came in and started on the latest "Can Your Software Do This?" and had it done by dinner time. After dinner on the patio, we watched "About San Diego" on TV - it's a SD local history show by Ken Kramer. I came back to the computer, and wrote up the FTM16 process to do the task I wanted to investigate. I had to edit it later because I figured out the last step to get the report I wanted.
Genealogy today was only 4.0 hours - 0.5 hour reading emails, 0.5 hour reading blogs, 2.0 hours researching and writing blogs, and 1.0 hour playing with FTM16 to make it do what I wanted it to do.