Creative Gene, has issued the challenge for her 101st Carnival of Genealogy:
Figure out what you think you can accomplish in 2011 and write it up on your blog, your genealogy research/writing plan for 2011.
For someone who for some unknown reason has found that she is living her life from minute to minute, hour by hour, day by day, and someone who has found she has trouble lately planning even the grocery trip, this could turn out to be quite difficult. Can I actually plan what I would like to accomplish in 2011? I also have this "eyes are bigger than her tummy" syndrome, so being realistic is, well, hard.
Lets give it a shot tho, with the disclaimer that these are hopes, and not set in stone, and being a gal, I reserve the right to change my mind, once, twice or more.
1. Publish one, or more, cemetery/burial books for the Lenawee County Family Researchers.
3. Salt Lake City (need I say more??) to research, research, research. This one item requires a bunch of organization and review of all the files I have tucked into Tana, here and there. Shhh, don't tell Man how many I actually hid in here! Prep work is a required necessity if we actually get to SLC.
4. Always on my list, although technically not what I want to accomplish as far as research or writing, these need to be done and do help the writing: scan documents and photos, clean files, organize the office. Seeing that I left my office at the stick built in worse condition at the end of 2010 than it was at the beginning of 2010, just organizing the office is a monumental undertaking. I did, however, clean out a few (VERY few) files this last year.
That's it, I don't dare contemplate any more than that. Now, where are those files on the Halterman family I stashed somewhere here in Tana?
* Graphics both from sources unknown, long forgotten, apologies to the artists.