I’m looking at you Stacey! () From Boing Boing HOWTO knit a baby viking helmet Got a baby? Got knitting needles? You can use the latter to improve the former (and perforation of the child is not involved, you sicko) — Continue reading Sven and Inga
First off, my bracelet was found! The last place I was at Thursday before going home was one of our offsite properties doing some work on the server. The bracelet must have gotten caught on the chair or desk or Continue reading Happy Dad’s Day to Me
I’m very upset right now. Last night, on my way to the Iron Bog business meeting, I realized that I was missing my bracelet. Jean gave it to me over 10 years ago on either our first/second valentines’ day. I think Continue reading Lost Love
We’ve been using Google Maps for years now, ever since it was first released. I find the Ajax interface to be very easy to navigate, and I’m happy with the results. One of the great things about Google is that they Continue reading Google Maps Rox
So my foray into the depths of awesome customer service continued yesterday when I went to pick up my medicine. I was prescribed what’s commonly known as a ‘Z pack’. It’s a 5 day antibiotic in a pre-measured pack with Continue reading It’s not just the Doctor’s Office
What happened to the days of good service? I thought it was just restaurants and gas stations that have lost good customer service, but today I found out that it hit my doctor’s office as well. I get a Continue reading Would you like your windows washed, sir?
I received an out of the blue email message the other day from my old friend Sara. Sara and I were friends back in high school. We were in drama together and hung together outside of school as well. We Continue reading Old Friends, New Families
This is a going to be both a normal post and a test. As for test, I am looking at a new blog writing tool from Microsoft called ‘Windows Live Writer’. It’s currently in beta, but is part of Microsoft’s Continue reading Mulch to the Head