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It was a beautiful day in Pearland today. Gustav stayed to the east.
Those of you who follow this blog (well, both of you) have noticed some inactivity here lately. Some of you already know the reason for the inactivity, and for those of you who do not, I’m sorry, but I am probably not going to supply an explanation right now. Maybe later. Just chalk it up [...]
As many of you probably know, Summer got her driver’s license last week. We’ve been letting her run errands for us around town, gradually letting her drive further from home as we get more comfortable with her ability to get out and back safely. Tonight we let her drive Bryn to her Friday riding lesson [...]
Kiplinger.com just publish its top-10 list of the Best Cities to Live, Work and Play:
Our approach this year to picking the ten best cities in which to live and work was simple: Look for places with strong economies and abundant jobs, then demand reasonable living costs and plenty of fun things to do. When we [...]
A little late, but happy birthday to the best young photographer I know.
These photos taken with Summer’s brand new Sony Alpha 300 digital SLR. She now owns the best camera in the house.
Matt Sedensky of the AP says that the end of the Shuttle program could cost 8,000 jobs, almost all in the private sector:
More than 8,000 NASA contractor jobs in the nation’s manned space program could be eliminated after the space shuttle program is shut down in 2010, the agency said today.
The number of civil servants [...]
(Photo credit: Daily Mail.)
While reading Barrett Canon’s post about leap year over on GeekSpeak, I realized something that had never occurred to me before: If I had been born 10 days earlier, I would have been born on February 29th. I’d have been a leapling.
In other news you can’t make it through February 29th without:
I’m having lunch today [...]