Jim made me this wonderful ‘bolt-down” gun safe for Christmas. Plenty of room in there for all the ammo I received too.
So much click-bait, so little time…
Are Microsoft killing off the desktop version of Outlook by making it unusable?
Ginger and Lanie did some posing while I set up the lighting ready to take some pictures of the kids later this evening.
Microsoft – reducing grown men to tears since 1975.
Sometimes it gets a little busy at my desk. It is also difficult to keep one’s desk tidy when there is someone sleeping on the papers most of the time.
Have I ever mentioned how much I like my nail gun?
The wonderful blues of our blue bottle tree against the bright fall yellow of the Sweet Gum tree in our front yard.
These pictures serve to prove that on occasion I leave the confines of my office and venture out into the real world to do some work. I had a very short time-slot to try and drum in the importance of... Continue Reading →
Pictures from the closing night of Clue: The Musical Another great night, and a good job by everyone. Alek and Katie joined for tonight’s performance. And of course, another very quick processing job. Click any picture to see a slideshow... Continue Reading →
Tonight we watched Lanie play Miss Scarlet The cast and crew did an excellent job as usual! These are a quick first edit. I won’t be able to edit more for a while as I’m busy preparing for and attending... Continue Reading →
This is what three big plastic bins and ten cardboard boxes of books looks like. My books arrived along with my other possessions on January 12, 2009. At that time we had nowhere to put them and they’ve stayed in... Continue Reading →
(See what I did there?) Today I got a chance to put the final coat of varnish on the backs of the bookcases. Then this evening I indulged myself with an orgy of nailing with the nail gun. Always fun... Continue Reading →
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