A little blogging, a little talking, some editing, a little research, a decent genealogy day. Then we went to the Padres game...crap.
* Read email and blogs, then wrote Amanuensis Monday - Probate Records of Nathaniel Potter (1637-1704) of Dartmouth, Mass.
* Joined the Mondays with Myrt and got to expound a bit on Best Of the Genea-Blogs and on FamilySearch.
* Wrote CVGS Meeting on Wednesday, 24 April: Randy Seaver Presents "Searching Ancestry.com Effectively" and then Free WikiTree Worldwide Family Tree Reaches 5 Million Profiles.
* Edited my Ancestry presentation and the handout, and sent the handout to the CVGS Program guy. Emailed Joan the CVGS activities for the next two months. Emailed the CVGS membership about the Wednesday program. Emailing done!
* Wrote FamilySearch Improves Record Sourcing and Linking.
* Worked in the database hunting and adding content and sources for some of the Seaver/Sever folks. Added to the Best Of post and checked Facebook.
* We left at 4:30 p.m. for the trolley, ate at the Tin Fish, bought Joe's CD of Baseball Songs, and made it into Petco (no additional security) by 6:15 p.m. Had my ice cream, read the paper, and the Pads were behind 5-0 by the end of the top of the first inning. It didn't get any better, lost 7-1. We left after 6 because Linda was sick, cold and tired, and were home by 10 p.m.
* Read email and blogs, wrote this post.
Genealogy today was 7.5 hours.