Various family things have occurred, including a stay in the hospital for my husband. He's home now and doing fine.
Classes started last week, and I missed the first day because of the abovementioned unscheduled stay. But I'm getting back into it, and of course, I have a lot of reading to do.
Then there's my research project. I haven't got as far as I wanted, but I have a few items that I think might make for a promising journal article and presentation, which I am required to do as part of the package. I probably will not be terribly active blogging this term, and I regret that. Priorities must be set.
I will try to keep the blog going but it will be minimal at least until Christmas. Then I hope I can be more active at it after the first of the year.
In the meantime, let me recommend that you stretch your mind with Michael John Neill's Daily Genealogy Transcriber . He invites everyone to try their hand at interpreting the day's sample. (Shucks -- he beat me to the idea!)