Where has this year gone? It is the end of September. Everyday has been jammed pack with something to do. I have worked on WikiTree; networked on family history; helped others with genealogy; worked on accessioning books into the genealogy library; taken care of family matters; enjoyed grandchildren; visited historical landmarks; read three books; and gardened (sort of).
The books were historical or genealogical in nature, of course. One was
, a book based on the diaries of ministers in the 1700s and 1800s in Britain. The second,
Hiding the Past
, was a fictional book based on genealogy. The third,
Murder in Matera
, was a story about a genealogist's obsession to uncover a family mystery in Italy. I usually read lots of articles but actually sitting down to read a book has been a novelty in my adult life. As a kid I would bring a stack of books home from the library and then constantly had a book in my hand much to my mother's distress. She would often say, read after you get your chores done. It was hard to do that.