On the Wiki-Front, I have not been especially active. The past several weeks I have spent a lot of time on DNA matches at Ancestry. This began before Thru-Lines was rolled out to me, and it was redoubled afterward. I have found Thru-Lines helpful, mostly in confirming known ancestors and downfilling side-branches. I'm hopeful that I will reach a point where the people who don't fit into my current will be small enough and distinct enough to begin to figure them out, and maybe, just maybe, knock down a brick wall.
Otherwise, I've not done a lot at WikiTree, I've sourced some Michigan profiles when I was tired of my DNA matches. I also created several family profiles as part of the last push to get to 20 million profiles.
On the home front, life is busy with the usual work and parenting. Tonight the family is going to our parish fish-fry and Stations of the Cross. Usually we can't go because my wife works late on Fridays but this week her days were swapped around a bit.
My wife's days were swapped around because it's her turn to work a Saturday tomorrow, so I will be spending the day with my boys. I will end up doing quite a bit of cooking. I plan to start the day with chocolate chip pancakes for the boys and later I will be making barbecue ribs, French potato salad, green beans, and cornbread for dinner.
Sunday we are visiting my parents to belatedly celebrate my mother's birthday. She was sick when we were all set to go a few weeks ago.