- Get extra sleep
- Send thank-yous to the planners, volunteers, etc.
- Pay bills
- Review my lecture PowerPoint and syllabus materials to change things that didn't work as well as I had hoped and to add new details I learned at the conference or from someone at the event.
- File all the business cards, brochures, and fliers I collected. I do have a couple of business cards that do not contain my usual notation about the reason I was given the card!
- Put away all the pins and ribbons I wore at the conference -- they go directly into the stack for the next large event.
- Enter my new book purchases into Library Thing
- Begin to catch up on email
- Begin to take care of notes I made, things I promised to send, and sometimes wonder what possessed me to say "yes" to some of those things.
- Wish I were back in the midst of the event excitement, education, and most of all the friendly atmosphere.
27 August 2010
Back from FGS Knoxville
My week in Knoxville for the FGS Conference went by way too quickly. I wrote about its success a few days ago. When I return from a major genealogy conference or institute, I do a number of things in the first few days.