Okay, most of you who know me personally know I’m ridiculously happy at my new job. I’m currently redesigning blendtec.com, and little else could fuzzify my geeky little heart like this does. But many of […]
Loved this… Sure, there’s a fine line between flattery and validation, but real validation does feel nice, doesn’t it?
My son wanted a blog. I thought it’d be better for him if he learned how to code things out on his own, so he’s starting with basic html and a little CSS, and is […]
I ran across Astro Viewer when I was trying to google my family’s constellations. Of course it was quite handy in planning our constellations for the star ceiling, but I think it’s pretty cool to […]
Double, triple, quadruple.. what comes next? If your kids have asked (Mine have!) or if you’ve ever wondered yourself, this site has the answer to that question and many other number-name issues. It’s old school, with frames and what not, but go check it out, the Dictionary of Number Words! Enjoy 🙂
My kids have been crazy about origami for a while, and today I found out there’s a better term for cutting out paper snowflakes and stars: Kirigami. Who knew?! Apparently plenty of people. But how can you do origami so close to Earth Day, knowing you’re senselessly killing trees?
These days I spend most of my time in web hosting and mothering, with small projects on the weekend. But anything and everything I do know about design and working with design clients can be credited to a few amazing individuals.
My sister Eva, who we lovingly call Stee N. Key, sent me this link to an ASL browser.
Jason, a great Techserv friend of mine whom I have not seen for years on end, happened upon my site last night and dropped a note with a link to his. I have such great […]
In case you didn’t know where to find it, here’s a list of all the Primary Program songs for 2006.
On my old supernovia.tripod.com site I think I once said that I was really into astrology. Please forgive me, I was a teenager. I like ASTRONOMY. But something about leonids and me being a “leo” has always attracted me to this particular meteor shower, or maybe it’s just that the air’s a bit cooler and crisper and the nights longer and darker in November so the shooting stars are at their brightest, or maybe it’s just that a little cuddling is required to stay warm during observation 😀
At any rate, here’s a super fly little “Meteor Observing Calendar” by Gary W. Kronk that’s been on the net since way back when I was a teenager, showing when meteor showers are due each month. Have a look & I’ll see you in November 😉