It was an interesting day, and then the college championship game. Rain, we finally got rain. More on Tuesday. Good.
* Dropped Linda at the Y, home to read email and blogs, got onto Zoom early, then went to get Linda and home by 9 a.m.
* Got into the Mondays With Myrt at the end of the green room, and we started, and the system worked. Didn't get to talk about what I wanted, but that's OK. During the webinar, I decided to test the share screen feature and it worked, but I didn't intend for it to be shown to everyone. Something happened. Not sure if that's a bug or a feature. Over at 10:45 a.m.
* Noted that Amanuensis Monday - 1773 Probate Papers for Jabez Snow (1696-1760) Estate in Eastham, Mass. posted, and wrote Monday Genea-Pourri - 8 January 2018. Took my nap.
* Online at 12:30 p.m. had lunch, printed off the CVGS newsletter master and the labels, and went to UPS Store to make the copies and mail the newsletter. We only mail 15 now, the rest are sent by email.
* Home by 2:30 p.m. to write Dear Randy: Where Can I Find the Will of Thomas Carter (1585-1652)?, add to the Best Of post, and checked Twitter and Facebook.
* Went in for dinner at 5 p.m., watched the football game, read the paper, and washed dishes.
* Online at 6:45 p.m. to read, then wrote the Treasure Chest post and worked in FamilySearch Family Tree matching profiles with some McKnew folks.
* Went in at 8:30 to watch the end of the football game. Alabama tied it at 20-20 with several minutes left, stopped Georgia, and Alabama missed a field goal at the end of regulation. Georgia kicked a field goal in the first overtime, and after a sack, the freshman Alabama quarterback threw a 41 yard touchdown pass.
* Online at 9?20 p.m. to read, check Facebook, and write this post. Genealogy today was 8.0 hours.