Pearl Harbor Day 76 years ago. I always wonder what my parents and grandparents were thinking when that happened. The wind came up around noontime, lots of leaves blowing and trash cans rolling. No fire nearby, but a big one up east of Oceanside.
* Dropped Linda off, home to read, picked her up and home by 9:15 a.m.
* Noted that 1720 Marriage Record of Jabez Snow and Elisabeth Paine in Eastham, Mass. --- Post 393 of Treasure Chest Thursday posted, added to the Best Of post, then wrote Dear Randy - How Did You Find That 1840 Lancashire Marriage Record?
* Sleepy, so took my nap. Had lunch, and online at 12:45 p.m. to look for a juicy newspaper story. Didn't find any - so wrote Seavers in the News - John W. Seaver Dies in Cleveland instead.
* Answered email,. added to the Best Of post, and checked Twitter and Facebook. Looked for the death of Samuel Horton some more. No luck. Got the CVGS newsletter started - maybe 70% done. Will need a lot of filler this month.
* Went in at 5:15 p.m. for dinner, read the paper, watched fire news on TV, and washed dishes.
* Online at 6:30 p.m. to read, then put together the 52 Ancestors post. Did a little more research on her.
* Worked in FamilySearch Family Tree matching profiles with RootsMagic, but added nothing new to the RM database. Fixed one family in FSFT.
* Checked Facebook, and wrote this post. Genealogy today was 9.5 hours.