This was daughter Tami's birthday, but she spent it laid up at home with a number of health problems. Kids get older too. My day was dominated by toilets.
* Dropped Linda off at 7:30, home to read, picked her up at 8:50 and home at 9 a.m.
* Got into Mondays With Myrt and discussed my DNA class, which led to as discussion of CeCe Moore's 60 Minutes interview, and then privacy issues. We had a good discussion.
* I called Bob the plumber and he came right away to fix the flushing mechanism on the master bathroom toilet (plastic thing broke) and he fixed the plugger thingie on the bathroom sink too. I showed him the rocking toilet in the guest bathroom, and he noted it was cracked at the base and could break at any time. He recommended replacing it and said he would give us a price to fix it. All in less than an hour.
* Online at 11:30 a.m. to note that Amanuensis Monday - 1813 Deed of Shobal C. Allen to Zachariah Hildreth Jr. in Townsend, Mass. posted, added to the Best Of post, and had lunch. Wrote Monday Genea-Pourri - 22 October 2018. Took my nap.
* Online at 2:30 p.m. to read, matched a whole section of my Seaver folks to Family Tree, and then checked Twitter and Facebook.
* Went in at 5:15 p.m. to watch TV news, read the paper, eat dinner, and wash dishes. Bob called with the quote and he will come tomorrow to install my birthday toilet. Cool.
* Online at 7 p.m. to read, talked to Lori, and wrote the Treasure Chest post. Added to the Best Of post, checked Facebook, and wrote this post. Genealogy today was 8.0 hours.
Tomorrow is my 75th birthday, so blogging may be lighter than usual. I hope I like my birthday toilet. We're going out to dinner.