I missed journaling last night due to the Padres game. Jamboree time is here - we leave on Thursday and will be back on Sunday night. The Geneaholic blog will be dark until Monday.
1) Tuesday, 5 June 2012:
* Read email and blogs. Wrote Tuesday's Tip - Search Fold3 War of 1812 Collection - FREE in June.
* Edited the FamilySearch presentation and handout one more time... Wrote two more posts for the weekend.
* Wrote Are We Strangers in Genealogy Land? and set it for later. Lots of comments! Good.
* Answered some email, then wrote Do the Research Notes Transfer via GEDCOM to Legacy Family Tree 7.5? I forgot to work on the CVGS Newsletter...oh well. Worked in the database instead.
* We left at 5 p.m. for the trolley station, ate at the Tin Fish downtown, and were in our seats at 6:45 p.m. Pads played the Giants, and won 6-5 on a walkoff homer in the 9th. Best game of the year (Pads now 19-37).
* We got home at 11 p.m. and I read email and blogs, added to the Best Off, and went off to bed. Couldn't fall asleep until 1:30. Drat.
Genealogy today was 7.5 hours.
2) Wednesday, 6 June 2012:
* Up at 7 a.m. and groggy - I need my 7 hours. Read email and blogs, wrote (Not So) Wordless Wednesday - Post 208: Strawberry Fields.
* Wrote SDGS Program on Saturday, 9 June Features Ann Montgomery, FamilySearch Facts for June 2012 and a Saturday post and set them for later.
* Left at 11 a.m. for lunch at McDonalds, then to the CVGS Board meeting, and home by 2:30 p.m.
* Wrote a SNGF post, added to the Best Of post, and went in at 4 p.m. to watch the Padres game. Read the paper, had a nice nap, put out the trash, watered the front plants, filled the bird feeder, washed the dishes, packed for Jamboree, and the Padres lost 6-5 to the Giants. Drat. A should-won game.
* Worked on the CVGS Newsletter for several hours, got it 80% done. It will have to wait! Printed off some syllabus articles for train reading material. Packed the laptop bag. Beads, stickers, chargers, camera, radio, articles, etc. It's full and heavy!
* Checked Facebook and wrote this post. I'm done!
Genealogy today was 9.5 hours.