Business as Usual.

June 15, 2009 at 9:28 pm Leave a comment

For most people like myself, Monday is usually the worst day of the week. However, today it wasn’t so bad. I went to the library at the usual hour, and began typing out information into a Word file from my index cards on the people that may have had an influence on TJ during his schooling years. I’ve also finally narrowed the “schooling” time period for my research down to beginning in 1748 (When TJ began schooling at Tuckahoe) to 1767 (When he finished his “apprenticeship” under George Wythe and entered the Virgnia Bar). I haven’t started on the portion about his later years just yet, but things are still sailing very smoothly.

I’m also excited to report that my research hours will, from tomorrow on, be longer at the Library. I’ll be working on my research on an awesome full-time schedule of 40 hours a week. I’m very excited, and I can’t wait to see what the final result of all of my hard work will be at the end of the summer.

I have no Picture of the Day for today (especially since I’m sure my readers are most likely Charlie-ed out by now), but that always means that tomorrow will be a two-fer! 🙂

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Ah, Sweet, Sweet Sundays. Still Buzzing.

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