Other than the CVGS Research Group, it was not much of a genealogy day.
* Up at 7 a.m. to feed the girls, entertain them, get them dressed, and ready to go to the Zoo with grandma. She got home late at 9:15 from the Y. They went off, and I finally got to read email and blogs, noted that (Not So) Wordless Wednesday - Post 196: Randy and Gramp in the Park posted.
* Wrote Common Mistakes in 1940 U.S. Census Indexing and set it for 11 a.m. Gathered up my stuff, had lunch, and went off to the library at 11:30 a.m.
* Got into the Computer Lab and set up. We had 17 at the Research Group. Worked the first hour on 1940 US Census things - the form, the questions, what's being indexed, how to index, and the Steve Morse One-Step tutorial to find EDs. In the second hour, we answered questions, talked over some research problems, and a few successes.
* Home by 2:30 p.m. to read and to post WikiTree Launches G2G Q&A Feature. Sleepy, so went in to watch TV news and took a nap. Back online for awhile at 4 p.m. until the girls came home from the Y at 4:30.
* Linda made dinner, we ate, then played with the girls until bath and bedtime. Most of the time was on the iPhone. They shared well, and both struggled going to sleep. I have to move Lauren from my bed to hers soon.
* Finally online after 9 p.m. to read, wrote a post for Thursday morning, couldn't think of something else to write, so checked Facebook, added to the Best Of post, and write this post.
Genealogy today was 5.0 hours.