It was a very full genealogy day...and I got some things done.
* Read email and blogs, updated the Compendium and Best Of posts, and wrote Linda and Donny at RootsTech -- Week 347 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday and CGSSD Meeting on Saturday, 21 February: Hal Horrocks on Colonial Records and set it for later.
* Worked a bit in Geni to see how a new member would work in it. Left at 11 a.m. for lunch at McDonalds and then to the library for John's group and the Computer Group. Pretty boring there.
* Home by 2 p.m. to read, and wrote Ten Takeaways from the FGS/RootsTech 2015 Conferences. Went out and watered and picked weeds a bit. Found that I haven't added all of my ancestors on Geni, so added the Isaac Read part of the tree.
* Went in at 5 p.m. to watch TV, read the paper, eat dinner, put the trash out and wash dishes.
* Online at 6:45 p.m. to read, add to the posts, and then did 20 more World War I Draft Registrations from the list (47 left), adding content and sources. Also added other sources for suggested records that fit.
* Worked in the database trying to find obituaries for 20th century Seaver folks, and ended up adding a new Ohio line of Seavers back four generations.
* Wrote this post. Checked Facebook. Genealogy today was 11.0 hours.