I normally don’t care for musicals, but we took a chance on this one, because it’s so well known. And what a surprise and treat it was. The actors were superb, and Glinda was hysterical. What wonderful singing–and the comedy … Continue reading →
Here are a couple of recent examples: We’re riding down the road and Jordan asks me if I get the Disney Station on my radio. Me: No. Jordan: What? This car sucks. We’re walking the dog around the high school. … Continue reading →
Every weekend, CSPAN2 turns into Book TV–a channel dedicated to books. Most of the programs are presentations by the author of a book they’ve recently written. It’s a wonderful way to get a quick synopsis of a book without having … Continue reading →
I found out about this event through Twitter–I saw a tweet that announced the STS-127 crew was going to meet with the first 190 people that registered at a link they showed. I did, and I was accepted. So, Cindy … Continue reading →
I found this through PC Mag about a year ago, and have been using it ever since. Autohotkey is free, and does several great things, which I illustrate here: … Continue reading →
I actually started watching this accidentally, I’d never heard of the show. But my hot wife and I are both hooked now. At first, I thought it was going to be just another cop drama, and Dexter is a cop, … Continue reading →
Some pictures, showing John’s versatility. And he hit the team’s only home run this year. The team ended up in 2nd place.
This is from Kayela’s company newsletter. She also got a $25 gas card. [HTML2] … Continue reading →
The full name of this book is: “The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America.” It’s quite a mouthful, and it covers an equally complex topic.
Why Baltimore? Linda flew into Baltimore–I had assumed that I’d be working in DC, so it would be a short trip. Surprise, my contract didn’t get extended, and I was in Richmond, unemployed. It worked out okay though, because I … Continue reading →