I am not sure how many 33-year-olds have such a diversity of interests or amount of volunteer and other work on their plates as me...
My genealogical research definitely suffered over the holidays with:
The death of our 12 year old dog, Cody (our dear '2nd son')
My son's birthday
Yule (hence, Coven obligations)
Solstice (hence, UU obligations)
Christmas (family, of course)
Throughout January, I've been so focused on the UU, newsletters I edit, and my writing, that genealogy has taken a backseat.
I really have people saying, "Where are you, Wendy? What are you up to? Any news on so-and-so?"
So, as today is NOT a babysitting day (I pick up my 2 nephews everyday after school and watch them for 2 hours), I am working through the pile on my desk, top to bottom. This means "The Bartlett Line" newsletter comes first. I wanted it finished no later than this weekend, so it can be sent to the Society's members. I had my husband proofread it (of course I proofread it after I printed it, but a second set of eyes ALWAYS helps).
I'm going to print a 2nd draft today for another proofreading and, if it looks good, get it to the printer.
After that, I have a huge amount of UU work to do, some coven items, and other things I can't identify in this pile... Oh, and my writing, of course.
That said, I hope to delve into genealogy at some point again this week. The New England Historic & Genealogical Society volunteer program is sending me some records I want to work on (I'm one of their volunteers, as you may remember), and I'm looking forward to that too!