Tomorrow is my BIG day - I turn 70 years old. It's been a fun ride. I wonder what the future holds! Probably do more genealogy research, speaking and teaching in the short term! This was a pretty normal genealogy day...I needed one of those to catch up.
* Read emails and blogs, then wrote Tombstone Tuesday - Harvey Carringer (1852-1946) in Mount Hope Cemetery (San Diego) and researched and wrote Answering Sue's Extracting Challenge - A Simple Massachusetts Deed.
* Updated my OASIS syllabus and sent them to Roxanne. She told me to copy them myself. Oh well...I had to do it anyway. Got a November speaking gig up in LA, probably a last-minute replacement. Answered a bunch of email.
* Copied photos from Dropbox to Pictures, then went on Facebook and uploaded some of them and captioned them. Made a shared Dropbox folder for Lori and put them there too.
* Hunted around on all of the websites trying different searches but didn't find anything to excite me.
* Went in at 5 p.m. to watch TV news, read the paper, eat dinner and do the dishes.
* Online at 6 p.m. to read, add to the Best Of post, answer more email, wrote Extracting Information From a 1930 U.S. Census Record and then did some online research in Ancestry. Got down through the Dop* names. Wrote this post. Over 45,400 sources now.
Genealogy today was 11.0 hours.