This was a very full genealogy day - lots of blogging and searching and data entering.
* Read email and blogs, and noted that Amanuensis Monday - Deed of Alpheus B. Smith to Simeon Richardson in Medfield in 1834 posted.
* Wrote Events, Assertions, Evidence, Facts, Sources, Analysis, Conclusions, Software, Oh My! and then worked on the software part of it.
* Answered a few emails, wrote two posts on the CVGS blog, including CVGS Joins 1940 U.S. Census Community Project, and two more for this week on Genea-Musings.
* Had lunch, and wrote Are You an Evidence-Based or a Conclusion-Based Genealogist?
* Went out and walked a bit trying to get used to it again. My foot doesn't hurt as much after two weeks with the orthotics, but it still hurts. We'll see how it goes on Tuesday at Disneyland.
* Added information from the Cleaver book to the database for several families. I think I've finished the ACPL material now after only 5 months.
* Went in for dinner, then watched TV and read the paper and did the dishes.
* Back online at 6:30 to read, add to the Best Of post, worked more in AppleTree, answered more emails, and then worked for awhile in Find-a-Grave adding content and sources to the database. Got up to about 310 on the Seaver list. Found quite a few great obituaries for one family line.
* Checked Facebook, and wrote this post.
Genealogy today was 11.5 hours.