Genealogy got put aside when I was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer. At first my energies were focused on learning about my disease and its treatment. By the time I had a handle on that, the combination of extreme fatigue and the mental fuzziness of “Chemo Brain” left me pretty much unable to concentrate or focus for more than a couple of milliseconds. No way I could do any research. So I spent the past several months reading light fluffy mysteries and playing easy computer games.
Chemo is done!! I’m still fatigued and still pretty fuzzy, but I’m coming back to being me. Fortunately, I got a jump start from a query from a cousin. Good timing. She was asking about the family I’d been working on when it got set aside.
All I have to do now is find all the information and the files and carry on from where I left off. HAH! Easier said than done.
I know I created the files because I printed them. So where are they? Not on my local disk. Not on a jump drive. Oh, they’re on my external disk. Phew!!! A step in the right direction.
Where are my hand written notes? I made notes, right? RIGHT???? I sure hope so.
How much updating of my tree did I do? Was I able connect family members that I’d just recently found?
Etc., Etc., Etc…….
I’ll eventually get it together. It feels good to be back at it.