I was the blogging fool today - 17 posts at last count. Of course, only 5 of them carry today's date. I wrote an umber of them to post later on when we are away visiting family over the holidays.
I read email and blogs, then worked on the Critical Genealogy Software Reviews - and more post on Genea-Musings. I updated it after I found that Louis K had also written a post about it last night. I spent some time on Facebook, worked on Project L a bit on Ancestry, got cleaned up, posted Christmas Advent Calendar - Days 10 to 5, and started writing advance posts. I had lunch, and went off to the library in the rain for CVGS Table Talk. John and Dearl were there and we straightened up the books, looked for some periodicals, and shot the stuff for awhile. I was home by 2:15 - I found out that I have cracks in the soles of my sneakers (it was raining).
Checked email, blogs, Facebook, and then wrote more blog posts. I posted The Tanzer Cenotaphs at Greenwood Memorial Park, and wrote two other advance posts, on the SSDC Graveyard Rabbit blog. I played a bit with Twitter and Woopra, and then used Ancestry for some research and my subscription had run out (worked fine at 3:30, not at 4). So I tried to apply my new subscription and got a message that I had already used it. I need to phone them tomorrow and get it fixed. More blogging, Facebook, and dinner time. Linda was out looking at Christmas Tree lights on a tour bus, so I had Dinty Moore stew.
After dinner, I wrote some more blog posts, then posted Brothers find each other after 67 years. I wrote more advanced blog posts and checked my photo collection for suitable pictures to give Linda's brother. He called, Lori called, and several others. Linda came home at 9 and I came back to post this and go read my book and watch TV. The blog total today was 17 - 5 posted today, 12 in advance mode. I may do more tomorrow, but I need to go shopping for stocking stuff and write more of my column article. And think up a catchy name for the column, too! Genea-musings isn't going to work, I fear.
Genealogy today was 10.5 hours - 0.5 hour doing email, 0.5 hour reading blogs, 0.5 hour on Facebook, 0.5 hour on Twitter and Woopra, 1.5 hour on CVGS activities, 0.5 hour dealing with Ancestry, 0.5 hour on Project L, and 6.0 hours researching and writing blog posts.