It was a stay-at-home genealogy day, and I actually got quite a bit done on several projects, but finished none of them.
* Read emails and blogs, then wrote Amanuensis Monday - the Will of Walter Allen (1601-1681) of Charlestown, Massachusetts and then Rootstech 2012 Presentations - 1:45 p.m. Thursday, 2 February and set it for later in the morning.
* Worked on the presentation handout for my blogging presentation at the Family History Fair. got it pretty much done - need to do updated screen shots.
* Researched and wrote GenealogyToday gets "A Haircut and a Shave" and then Michael LeClerc was hired by Mocavo. Wrote article for CVGS on my summer vacation. Answered several emails, and did a little investigation work on two of them.
* Decided I should work in my database for awhile. Added content and sources from the Thomas Arnold book that I found at ACPL in September.
* Went in at 5 p.m. to watch TV, read the paper and have dinner, then watched TV until almost 8 p.m.
* Back online to read, check Facebook, and worked in Find-a-Grave for awhile -- got through Bert Seaver on 4th page of results.
* Added to the Best Of post, and wrote this post.
Genealogy today was 10.0 hours.