Tuesday, July 29, 2008

So Much 2 Say

Maybe its a song from Take 6 back in 1990

Maybe its just that the more I think about blogging, the more I get caught up in reading and not spending time writing.

Currently, I'm splitting my web time between The Denver Broncos training camp reports, and the Dharma Initiative (a game to help us Lost addicts make it through til the new season next winter). I'm also following The Mole pretty closely.

And its late, so I guess that's all you get for now. there is still

So Much 2 Say

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Hello JellyTelly!

So, I wish I could figure out how to be cool like Sarah and post cool videos. But I really want to learn because you NEED to see JellyTelly!

Phil Vischer and his Jellyfish Labs team have been working hard to come up with this amazing concept, and he has a 28 minute video explaining the new concept. And anyone who is involved in film making or has children should find it facinating.

When Phil explained the model they will use to stay afloat, I cried. Literally! OK, so maybe I'm having an emotional week, but I feel like this whole concept is really what we need out here in the land of the internet.

So, go to check out JellyTelly!

Friday, July 11, 2008

I'd say Epic fits just fine.


Monday, July 07, 2008

Party, party, party

My sweet son turned 3 last week. And we celebrated by going swimming. Then Saturday, we had a Super birthday party with Superman in his costume enjoying it all. We had fun with friends on the 4th and then partied in the park with our church family yesterday. Whew! I love parties, but I'm ready for a short break.

Saturday, July 05, 2008

July 4th traditions

We had a nice day yesterday. We went to the same park we went to last year....it is right across the street from the park we went to the years before that since Trina was an infant (except when Alex was born...when we stayed home to sleep). It looks like the end of this era, to me. Although we may drive up for it next year as well. It was just the four of us this time. We got there late, and found a spot near the street. I read Mary Poppins to the kids while Roger blew some bubbles. Then the fireworks started. It was a really nice show. When Roger went back to get the car, I sang patriotic songs with the kids until he came. Trina said, "that was the best 4th of July I've ever seen."

My best 4ths were on the roof of my house in Arvada....just half mile from the Lutz ball park. We sat up there and watched people looking for a place to park and maybe letting someone we knew park in our driveway...we'd be eating homemade ice cream...and of course taking in the spectacular view of the fireworks. I haven't found anything to beat that tradition.

May God bless America! We sure need it!