Finishing up Weblogs.us work for the day, then going to take a nap and clean up the ol’ office
Yesterday was an absolutely splendid day. It was one of those days where it starts off great and just keeps on being wonderful. Most days are good, but this day was one to remember and to strive to repeat in new and exciting ways. The day started with some yoga. Samantha is quite adept at yoga, having taken a number of semesters of it at Drury. I am surprised I didn’t take yoga while I was at Drury, because from
setting file permissions before copying to a Drobo
A long time ago I wrote a blog entry entitled “Friends as Food” in which I anthropomorphised various foods to match my friends, or was it vice versa? Regardless, after watching the Cell Phone Reuninon video it made me think about friends and phones. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD8OcPGScRU[/youtube] (Thankfully my friends that have iPhones are nothing like the iPhone character in the video!) Sometime I would like to do a real Friends as Phones entry where I figure out what phones best match
I’ve always wondered about the differences between the “EX” and “LX” Honda Element. Today I finally took the time to look it up. The EX is the more feature packed model, but the LX has some advantages too (if you prefer steel wheels over alloy wheels). Here’s a brief rundown* Audio: LX has no iPod/mp3 port, EX does Wheels: LX has steel rims, EX has alloy rims Speakers: LX has 4 speaker radio. EX has 6 + 1 speaker (the
Today our Honda Element got cleaned, detailed, and new tired. Tomorrow it gets full-serviced. It is looking nicely new, I feel like we have a new car :-). While all this was going on it gave me a chance to do some walking in Springfield, to and from various appointements. Then in the evening my mom met up with Samantha and me to have some tasty Pizza Hut on Sunshine Street.
liking the Alltel wireless data plan (no set bandwidth limit 🙂
“There is no more fatal blunderer than he who consumes the greater part of his life getting his living.” -Henry David Thoreau