Is it just me, or do the cold days inspire us to spend more time with vital records CDs, NEHGS, Family Tree Magazine, Google Books, and internet genealogy in general?
Where I live, below-freezing temperatures are in the forecast. Yesterday, I turned into a popsicle while doing my shopping (we currently reside overseas, and choose not to own a car).
However, I came home and warmed my fingers right up at the computer with some genealogy. I am still in the midst of transferring my file from Family Tree Maker to Legacy, person by person...
This has also resulted in new discoveries (I am waiting for a death certificate on one to confirm my analysis of the facts, and will share it - there are many people out there who do not have this information; I am counting on you, O Town Clerk of Glocester, Rhode Island).
What have you been up to, fellow genealogists?