Personal Genealogy Update: Week 28

11 Jul

Family history took a bit of a back seat last week, I did do some work on the HEMSLEY family of Framfield, Sussex but my job hunt took priority. The end result was that I start full-time work again on Tuesday.

This changes things some what. I have become used to being pretty flexible about my research and to some extent my walking, being able to do pretty much what I wanted when nothing was happening with my job hunt.

I now need to re-think my family history plans. I won’t be able to get to the archives so frequently, and will have to balance visits to the archives with the desire to go walking. It is not a big deal really, it just means going back to how things were at the end of last year. It probably means that I will need to be a bit more organised and plan ahead more carefully for visits to the archives.

This week I am going to have a review of my research and the projects I have been working on, and see which ones I am going to be able to pursue from home and which are going to need to be put on hold for a while.

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2 Responses to “Personal Genealogy Update: Week 28”

  1. Alex July 11, 2010 at 8:03 pm #

    Congratulations John! I hope the new job goes well for you.

  2. John Gasson July 13, 2010 at 8:25 pm #

    Thanks Alex.

    Everything seems to have happened so quickly in the end after months of waiting, I am glad to have had the time to get some research and walking done, but now it is time to get back to the real world.

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