Monthly Archives: July 2011

Baby registry

I thought that compiling a baby registry would be a piece of cake- it was more challenging than I could have imagined. I am happy that I went into it with a great itemized list that my best friend Jennie … Continue reading

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Crowdsourcing a tribute to the man in black

Through the recent TED video of Aaron Koblin’s presentation, I learned of the Johny Cash Project which lets users create individual frames for a music video. I’m rather fascinated by the project. There are 1,370 individual frames, of which many … Continue reading

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Feather Gray 2127-60

Yes, folks that is the name of the color we painted the nursery. We live life on the edge when painting is the excitement for a holiday weekend. To be fair we did go over to friends for a cookout … Continue reading

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Reminescing the Great Experiment

The 4th of July brings to me a different set of thoughts and emotions than it did just a few short years ago. During that time, I’ve read and thought quite a bit about the ideas that helped establish the … Continue reading

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