Monday, March 26, 2012

My genealogy day - 26 March 2012

Time sure flies when you're having fun, doesn't it?  We made some family history over the weekend at Lori's home in the Santa Cruz mountains.  Lori and the boys picked us up on Thursday evening.  We spent Friday relaxing until the boys got hoe from school, and I played quite a bit with them.  It rained on Saturday, but we went out to breakfast and then to K-Mart.  The boys served us a romantic candlelight anniversary dinner, prepared by chef Lori, in the play room.  They were cute and very earnest, all dressed up in white shirts and ties.  We came home on Sunday afternoon.  During the visit, I was able to read my email, read my blogs, and post several blogs, but did no research.

My Monday:

*  Up early to read email and blogs, noted that Amanuensis Monday - the Will of Giles Slocum of Portsmouth RI posted.  Wrote CVGS Meeting on Wednesday, 28 March: Joel Weintraub on 1940 census and set it for later.

*  Packed up and left at 9:10 a.m. for my OASIS class.  got there by 9:30 a.m., got set up, received my check (!), and taught the class.

*  Home by 12:45 p.m. to have lunch, then read, edit my two Legacy cruise talk handouts, and write 

A Look Inside

*  Worked a bit in the database, but got sleepy and went in at 4:15 to read the paper, watch TV and take a nap.  We had dinner, watched more TV.

*  Online again at 6:20 p.m. to read, finally got the plane tickets to Oslo, and worked on the CVGS talk handout and sent it to Olive.  Worked some more in the database, then did a batch of Texas Deaths in FS Indexing, and did about 20 Seaver folks in Find-a-Grave.  Wrote this post.

Genealogy today was 10.0 hours.

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