It was a stay-at-home day, and I got some things accomplished, not all of them genealogy!
* Read email and blogs, and wrote Treasure Chest Thursday - Della Carringer's Obituary.
* Saw Geoff's post about the Census Tools, so tried it in Legacy and wrote Legacy Family Tree 7.5 Adds Census Year Reports. Watched the Legacy Webinar on the 1940 Census.
* Decided that I'd better get a start on the income taxes using TurboTax. Installed it, and worked my way through everything. Biggest problem was the large number of capital gains entries I had to input. Watched a bit of the Aztecs basketball game too. Finished up around 4 p.m. We owe big time this year.
* Wrote CVGS Workshop on Saturday, 10 March - "Maximizing Ancestry.com" and then worked for awhile adding content and sources to my Medfield families. Almost done there!
* Went in at 5:30 p.m. for dinner, then read the paper and watched TV. Online again at 6:30 p.m. to read and answer email.
* Got started on the CVGS Newsletter. Got about 70% of content in, now to wait for board members to submit their deathless prose.
* Checked Facebook, added to the Best Of post, did a batch on FamilySearch Indexing (Staffordshire in 1871, poor handwriting, interesting town names!). Wrote this post.
Genealogy today was 7.5 hours.