I was the blogging fool today - this is post #9 on the day, I think. Got quite a bit accomplished too.
* Read email and blogs, then wrote Treasure Chest Thursday - Post 208: Hannah (Rich) Richmond 1911 Obituary and Working With the Mocavo Sliders - Post 2: Answers to My Questions and set it for later.
* Wrote CVGS Saturday Workshop on "New York Research" on 5 April at Bonita and CVGS Spring Seminar Review - Jean and Butch Hibben on the Chula Vista Genealogy Cafe blog, plus one more post.
* Revised the Mocavo post after a late email from them. Read email and blogs, then had lunch.
* Worked on the CVGS workshop handout for New York Research. Planned what I was going to present. Still not firmed up - a task for Friday.
* Wrote Dear Randy: What Do You Do With Wrong Information?
* Watched the "7 Highly Frugal Habits of Genealogists" by Thomas MacEntee on FamilyTreeWebinars.com. Also read blogs and email and Facebook and captured SDGS handouts I missed.
* Worked on the CVGS Newsletter for April for awhile. Called for dinner at 5 p.m., watched TV news, read the paper, and washed dishes. Took a short walk.
* Online at 6:20 to work on the 52 Ancestors post for Friday, got it done. Got the CVGS Newsletter about 85% finished.
* Then worked in MyHeritage record matches adding sources and content to the database. Confirmed 20 matches on Find A Grave (leaving 48 to do, 2690 confirmed or rejected), and added about 75 sources to the database.
* Checked blogs, added to the Best Of post, checked email, checked Facebook, and wrote this post. Genealogy today was about 12.0 hours. Whew!