Well, the CD has arrived (the CD of the 1841 census for Ottery St Mary). I can hardly wait to begin to transcribe it for FreeCEN. Wait - I can wait. Or at least, I know I should wait. Because once I dive into it, I will need hours and hours because I will become so fascinated with the process (and the census itself), and the evenings after a hard day's work just won't suffice.
So I will grit my teeth and think hard about something else, and leave the 1841 census until the weekend.
I listened to a Legacy webinar tonight. Next week is the second part of a series of 'Blogging for Beginners' by DEARMyrtle (or is she DearMYRTLE?). Legacy have kindly put the first part (which I missed) back into their viewable webinar archives, which has prompted me to come here.
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