Time sure flies, doesn't it? It's been two weeks since Christmas, one week since New Years, and I feel like I've made no progress at all on genealogy research, with the exception of the AncestryDNA AutoClusters. It was a nice day today, a high in the upper 60s and lows overnight in the low 50s.
* Dropped Linda at the Y, home to read email and blogs, noted that Treasure Chest Tuesday -- 1815 Marriage of Daniel Spangler and Elisabeth Koenig in York, Pennsylvania, and added to the Best Of post. Picked her up and home by 9:15 a.m.
* Wandered around in AncestryDNA matches, updating notes and adding notes to 4th cousins. Figured out one new Vaux cousin which is good. I already had the line in my database.
* Left at 10:15 a.m. for the health center for my 6-month checkup. Everything is fine, even lost several pounds (aging works, I guess). Stopped at the grocery store and home by 12 noon.
* Had lunch, added to the Best Of post, and napped in the recliner for an hour.
* Online at 2 p.m. to read, then wrote Genealogy News Bytes - 8 January 2019. Checked Twitter and Facebook. Worked in RootsMagic matching FamilySearch Family Tree profiles and adding data both ways, and answered email.
* Went in at 5:15 p.m. to eat dinner, read the paper, watch TV news and the Trump address.
* Online at 6:45 p.m. to read, wrote the Wordless Wednesday post and worked some more in RootsMagic. Now I have more profiles to TreeShare.
* Went in at 8 p.m. to watch Finding Your Roots. Pretty good show this week - both problems mainly solved by DNA.
* Online at 9 p.m. to read, add to the Best Of post, check Facebook, and write this post. Genealogy today was 6.5 hours.
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