The tale of two days...one essentially lost and the second a decent genealogy day.
1) Wednesday, 29 March:
* Got all of 3 or 4 hours of sleep in short bursts due to fever and toothache. Woke up with my mouth hurting and swollen at the root of tooth #30. Took some Aeve which helped. Dropped Linda off, home to read email and blogs, and picked her up.
* Home at 9:10 a.m. to call the dentist, and got a 9:30 appointment. She looked at it and said I needed a Root Canal. Down a block to the RC dentist, and he did it. Went to Ralph's for a prescription.
* Home by 1 p.m. without lunch, and missed the CVGS meeting at noon. Took my medicine and tried to nap. Failed. Online to note that 2012 Legacy Cruise Photos: Part 1 -- Post 457 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday posted, then wrote First Take on AncestryDNA Genetic Communities.
* Had a pudding and some grapes, then tried to take another nap, which failed. Checked Facebook and added to the Best Of post.
* Went in at 5 p.m. to watch TV and dozed off for 30 minutes. Felt better. We had dinner and I read the paper and did dishes and put the trash out.
* Online at 7 p.m. to read, write the Treasure Chest post, and didn't do much else. Didn't journal. Genealogy this day was maybe 4.0 hours.
2) Thursday, 30 March:
* Got 9 hours of good sleep, and awoke at 6:30 a.m. feeling much better. The root canal and meds seem to be doing their job. Dropped Linda off, home for breakfast and to read email and blogs, then picked her up.
* Home by 9:15 a.m. to add to the Best Of post, answer email and note that 1749 Marriage Record of Johan Ernst Defuh and Maritgen Keller - Treasure Chest Thursday Post #358 posted. Wrote Family History Labs Survey - Your Help is Needed.
* Worked a bit in my Ancestry Tree, and found that Find A Grave had a burial for Sarah Auble! A new record for me. Modified my Ancestry Trees to reflect it. Requested a photo on Find A Grave.
* Took a 30 minute nap, then had lunch, and online at 1 p.m. to read, add to the Best Of post, and work on Seavers in the News -- Albert E. Seaver Dies in San Antonio, Texas. Did some searching on Ancestry for the family and added persons, content and sources to the database. Checked Facebook.
* Went in at 5 p.m. to watch TV news, read the paper, and watch TV, then washed dishes.
* Online at 6:45 p.m. to read, then researched and wrote the 52 Ancestors post. Answered email, and wrote this post. Genealogy this day was 9.5 hours.