Monthly Archives: June 2007
J23 is here safe and sound and brimming with goodies to share, not least of which was his car, which goes by the pet name “Navi.” We took a spin in Navi this afternoon after lunch at Dumplin’s. Navi makes … Continue reading
J23 is on his way here! He’s driving. His idea is to drive straight through, which would be about 30 hours. Yikes! Pray for safe travel!
We dropped D16 off for his day of rollercoasters and such at Six Flags, and then we went on to our own more sedate adventures. Our plan was to visit the Missouri Botanical Gardens in the morning and the St. … Continue reading
Home I come from church, mulling over ideas, music, imagery, commitments made and renewed. I miss interacting with the vivid CCC community, but 3-D life doesn’t allow us to have everything all at once. For an hour a week, we … Continue reading
D16 and Scott painted the inside of the garage today so that it will be a brighter workshop. They seemed to have a great time. Scott’s going to be sore tomorrow, though. He painted the high ceiling, lifting a roller … Continue reading
Whether it is midlife, or raising teens, or simply part of my nature, but it seems I’m in an anxious phase of life. What I want to remember about this later, when this season passes, is that in my anxiety … Continue reading
I spent this week learning about Joomla which is an open source content management system that might come in handy for website design projects, particularly if they involve database type actions like logging in to a “back stage area” to … Continue reading
Hopefully just down and not out…but we’re going to be a one-car family for a month or two, it seems. After initially wondering how that would work out, with three drivers in the family, I’m now enjoying the challenge.
It was another nice day today. We had a picnic after church and couldn’t believe how pleasant it was. Scott’s out mowing and blowing. The Camry has something potentially serious wrong with it, the engine won’t start. We’re definitely concerned. … Continue reading