This last month was pretty intense with the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, the Association of Professional Genealogists – Professional Management Conference, and RootsTech. I also finished working with editor Karen Mauer Green to publish part one of my article in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, “Joseph and Daniel Chaplin of the Town of Virgil, Cortland County, New York.” (It’s in the January 2012 issue if you want to read it!) Plus, Karen and I have been cranking away on part two of the article to come out in April.
In other words, life has been hectic and crazy and I’m ready for a little R&R (Rest and Relaxation).
Bruce found a really sweet (i.e. affordable) cruise in the Caribbean, so we’ll be spending seventeen days on the water. Factor in a couple of days for travel, etc., and I’ll be otherwise occupied for about three weeks.
I had great plans to write and pre-post blogs for each day we’d be gone, but life got in the way and I never did it.
Since I seriously doubt I’ll drag my laptop to the beach to post a blog, I hope you’ll forgive my lapse and return to my blog when I return to posting.