This day did not go as expected - the Internet/phone connection was really flaky and I had little research or blog time as a result.
* Dropped Linda off at the Y, home to read email and blogs, picked her up, and home by 9:15 a.m.
* Internet was flaky - one minute on, 10-15 minutes off, until 10 a.m. I called AT&T at 9:30 a.m. and struggled to understand the lady. Finally told her I didn't want an appointment on Monday, I wanted it today, and she came up with one before 12:30. I no sooner hung up and it magically was OK for two hours. So I finished reading blogs.
* Worked on the CVGS newsletter during the outage too. Noted that 1712 Birth Record for Samuel Peirce in Watertown, Massachusetts - - Post 381 of Treasure Chest Thursday posted. Wrote a post for Monday, but I see Eastman has posted it anyway in violation of the embargo.
* Rested my eyes for 30 minutes, had lunch, and the AT&T guy came and said he would go down to the telephone box and work on it. Internet went flaky at 1 p.m. and stayed that way until 4 p.m. I worked more on the CVGS newsletter, a questionnaire, the 52 Ancestors sketch, and worked on balancing the checkbook in MSMoney.
* When it came back, I checked Facebook and wrote Track Down Your WWI Military Ancestors with Free Multi-Session Webinar.
* Went in for dinner at 5:15 p.m., watched TV news, and then watched the Padres game. Read the paper, and then my book. Padres beat the Cards 3-0 so now 63-78 on the season.
* Online at 9:15 p.m. to read, then wrote the 52 Ancestors post, added to the Best Of post, and wrote this post. Genealogy today was maybe 6 hours. Internet has been fine since 4 p.m. Knock on wood!