I had another stay-at-home day and enjoyed every minute of it - doing nothing of great value, but accomplishing lots of stuff.
Besides the expected routine, I worked intensely on my Timeline presentation and got a lot done. I got an outline completed of what will be in the presentation and a rough pencil draft of what I will do on the Power Point. I still have some things to do to get the exhibits ready, but I am making progress. The challenge, which I keep putting off, is learning to use Power Point properly, so the pictures will look as great as I have imagined them! I sometimes tend to think a little too big. We will see what happens.
I didn't even touch the other presentation. I was disappointed that a book I had ordered from Amazon had not come and they can't find it, so they refunded my money. That was good customer service, but I really wanted the book! I guess I will have to reorder it. I wanted some of that information for my presentation. Sure is a good thing I have until May to get it finished! I am glad I started early.
I also finalized my talk for conference Saturday night. It was pretty much done, but I tweaked it just a bit and I am finished now - no more tweaks! I had to send a copy to one of the members of the high council so they could prepare the Spanish translation.