I have always traveled frequently, but this may be a new record for me. I have been traveling for the past two and a half months, living in a motor home. This week, I "interrupted" that travel in order to travel in a different manner. I parked the motor home in Florida for a few days, drove to a nearby airport, and took a flight to Dallas, Texas. I will deliver presentations tomorrow (March 17) at the Mid-Cities Genealogical Society in Euless, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.
Gee, this sounds like a programming example from "Computer Programming 101." Create a subroutine to be called at any time, interrupting the main program's flow.
If you are in the greater Dallas - Fort Worth area and would to attend the presentations on Saturday, please feel free to do so. Details may be found at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txmcgs/DickEastmanRegistrationForm.pdf
Just to complicate matters, I had a dental implant last week to fix a broken tooth.
The implant hasn't worked well. On the flight to Dallas yesterday, I realized the new tooth had moved. It shouldn't do that. There was some moderate pain involved as well. After running around to a dental surgeon and then to still another dentist this morning, I now have it patched together and have scheduled an appointment with the dentist back in Florida for Monday morning.
Sheesh, I hate it when I get sick or have dental problems when traveling! In this case, it is "double travel:" since I haven't been home for two and a half months, I visited a new dentist in Florida when I broke the tooth and had work done, now I had to visit still more dentists in Texas to patch it up so I could return to Florida and get the real fix.
If you do attend the presentations tomorrow and see a tooth fall out in the middle of my talks, please think nothing of it. It will be no surprise!
Oh yes, I might not be posting articles for a couple of days. I seem to be busy... busier than I want to be.