LAs most of you know, I am a college student. Therefore, during the semester I have a lot less time to devote to genealogy as I would like. Since this week is Finals Week, the last month has been filled with me doing non-stop studying. My brain is starting to feel like mush – but with only one final left on Thursday, I am beginning to see my light at the end of the tunnel:
My “Genealogy Time” is almost here!
On Thursday night, I will be done with my classes for the fall semester. Since I am not taking winter classes (only 3 weeks – and that is just crazy!), I won’t have class until late January. That leaves me with lots of time to sit back, relax, and enjoy some genealogy.
I will spend most of December at home, researching on the internet and catching up on lots of blogging.
January, however, will be spent researching at various libraries and lecturing at societies in the Southern California area.
My plan is to visit the following libraries:
- Los Angeles Family History Library
- Los Angeles Central Public Library
- Family History Center – Torrance
If you will be in the Los Angeles area in January and want to go to a genealogy library (or even lunch), send me an email. I love to have company!
I also have some genealogy lectures scheduled for January:
- 8 Jan 2010 – “Conquering The Paper Monster” – Southern California Genealogy Society’s Lunch ‘N Learn Program
- 22 January 2010 – “Google: So Much More Than a Search Engine” – Escondido Genealogy Society
So needless to say, I am very happy that my genealogy time is so close!