It may not be genealogy research but sometimes you just HAVE to dust your office. It's amazing what you find! I put a CD in my Bose player [Autumn Leaves by Ferrante & Teicher bought in a markdown bin several years ago because it was my grandmother's favorite piano duo] and proceeded to dust.
Found, my keyboard brush just as Beyond the Blue Horizon was playing (the name of this blog!) Must be a sign. I shut down my computer and set to work on the keys. Achoo!
I scanned and printed a few more photos and placed 20 or so in archival envelopes. It's a never ending job and I am glad I bought 200 4x6 envelopes last summer. Some days, it is hard to look at old photos of my parents and grandparents. Today, it was easy as some of the photos I looked at were funny snapshots. I guess the older you get the harder this gets.
A fellow researcher sent me some work he did on Bridget Thompson, the first wife of Capt. George Denison and I read through what he sent. He did a great job with the sources and citations. It is hard for me to research past the shores of the US. I don't know how people do it.
I must get back to the Perkins transcriptions!