I drove across town to the Morman genealogy library but unfortunately, they had no one there to help me. The lady suggested I come back at 6 pm tonight or tomorrow. We'll see. I decided to stop at Big Lots since I was already on that side of town. I spent less than $10 and drove across the street to pick up a junior burger at Wendy's.
Nothing much on my agenda today except genealogy searching -- and a nap. I got up at 5:30 this morning but only because my body hurt laying in bed. I was still plenty tired but knew I could catch up this afternoon. Hunter came over yesterday to mow my lawn (mow my dandelions I mean) and we watched a movie on Crackle afterwards. 'Air Force One'.
I watched an episode of Orange is the New Black and Scandal last night but both are continuing to bore me so I think I'll move on. I've been watching episodes of the History Channel on my Amazon Prime called 'America: the story of us'. It's holding my interest but then I find I've been drawn to history topics more and more these days.
I started watching a 1977 movie called "Three Women" starring Janice Rule, Sissy Spacek and Shelley Duvall and while it got an 8.5 rating, I found it pretty dull -- and stupid!
Here's a picture Mary sent me of when they were out to dinner with Andy's visiting relatives from Germany. I can't hardly believe how fast Jacob is growing up.
Or maybe I'll bag a nap altogether and just dig in trying to find the elusive relatives.