This was not much of a genealogy day. Only two blog posts for the 4th day in a row. I wonder if anybody cares? It's given me more time to do what I need to do. We finished the Christmas card flurry today.
* Dropped Linda at the Y at 7:30, home to read email and blogs, picked her up at 9, home at 9:15, and we left at 9:40 for her neuro appointment. The doc says she has not lost much since last time. It's hard to tell. She almost aced the memory test. She still can't get the three words mentioned a minute before. We dropped the first 50 cards at the post office, and stopped at the 99 Cent store to get more cards, wrapping paper, canned vegetables and more.
* Home by 11 a.m. and noted that 1760 Death Records of Jabez and Elizabeth Snow in Eastham, Mass. --- Post 394 of Treasure Chest Thursday posted. Added to the Best Of post. Answered email. Took a nap.
* Had lunch, then online at 1 p.m to write Seavers in the News - William H. Seaver Dies in 1896 in Allston, Mass.
* Printed off more Christmas letters and folded them. Linda finished the list this afternoon and evening. 30 more cards to mail on Friday. I did some shopping - she found a catalog and checked some clothes that she liked.
* Checked Twitter and Facebook, added to the Best Of post, and forgot to look at the 52 Ancestors guy for records. Oops.
* Went in at 5:30 p.m. for dinner, read the paper, watched TV news, and washed dishes.
* Online at 6:45 p.m. to read, then worked on the 52 Ancestors profile. Found I had not added probate records to the profile, so found them and extracted information for the profile. I will transcribe the probate records for Monday, then add them to the profile later.
* Checked Facebook, and wrote this post. Genealogy today was 7.0 hours.