I'm having so much fun blogging away about fun and semi-important things...that I don't take time to finish the two client projects, or the presentation handout due, or the ProGen assignment, or ... what else is there?
I was on the computer at 8 a.m. this morning - read my email and blogs, checked in on Twitter and Facebook, then researched and posted PERSI - An Under-Utilized Reosurce. I worked on the Who Are the #21s? post (and scheduled it for the afternoon) and the Q&A for the Genealogy Search Engine post for awhile, then got ready to go out, ate lunch, and left for the library at 11:50.
At the library, I read more of the latest Everton's Genealogical Helper, kibitzed with John, Dearl, Gary, Ann and Ginnie, and headed home by 2 p.m. I worked for almost three hours on the handout and the presentation for 10 March. Linda needed the computer at 4:30, so I went in and watched TV news, took a nap, read the paper, and Barbara came for dinner at 5:30. I was back to the computer at 6:30, sent the handout to Pauline, and a flyer to John. I did a bit more research on the Footnote Search and wrote Genealogy Search Engines - Footnote - Post 1 before going in to watch 24. At 10 I came back, added some names to the #21 post, and wrote this post after email and blog reading and Facebook checking.
Genealogy today was 9.0 hours - 0.5 hour doing email, 0.5 hour reading blogs, 3.0 hours researching and writing blog posts, 2.0 hours at CVGS, 2.5 hours on the presentation and handout, and 0.5 hour on Twitter/Facebook.