T-Shirts

We got a package in the mail yesterday from my Mother-in-Law and it was full of T-Shirts.

I manage to get a few photos, but the shirts might come in handy for a new header pic. If I can get the photos on a plain background, it shouldn’t be that hard to edit. The next time I go shopping, I’ll see if we can pick up some poster board. More pics to come.

I keep saying that we are going to put the X-Box outside, but then one of the neighbor kids would play whenever he felt like it - even while we were still sleeping.

Benjamin Playing the Xbox

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's the reader's Digest. The kids actually fight on who gets to read it first.

Michala Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

It took three tries for this "candid" shot. Poor kid, takes after her mother. Candid shots always have my eyes closed or mouth half open. I swear it's genetic!

Sarah is getting some Yogurt from the fridge

 

When School Is Out

Right now, the internet is slow – again. The RV park isn’t half full. What am I going to do when school is out?

I have been working on ways to make money online. I opened a new CafePress account for my Tech Blog, although it’s been more about Web Design lately. The problem is trying to upload the images. Apparently, if there’s any issue with the packets sent over the network, CafePress ignores it and I have to try again.

I’m sure I’m trying to do too much at once. It’s not helping. I’ve been wanting to start video blogging, but since my camera broke, I kind of lost interest. Don’t worry, I have a new one on the way, but it’s not going to be here until the end of March.

I do have my web cam, but I’m not interested in making a “sit down” blog. Just talking about my life isn’t as interesting as actually showing it.

I have my tech blog, and like I said, lately it’s been on software and web design. Until I have money to buy products to review,  the product review posts will be sparse.  Although, I have considered reviewing products that I’ve had for a while, after all, we all want to know how it holds out normal, everyday use.

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p>I have a lot more to type about, but this post is already too long.

In One Day…

A lot has happened today, so much so, that I have no idea where to start.

First, we finally got a renter into the house, one that is going to eventually buy it, or at least that’s the plan. She already has the down payment, just is just waiting for the loan to be approved. She’ll move in March 1st.

Then Mike got a phone call… He got the job at Pepsico in Dallas. He was supposed to go to a second interview, but I guess he impressed them so much, they decided to skip the interview. It’ll be at least two more weeks before he starts, however. So we still have no steady income until then.

No problem, we used our last emergency fund to hold out until the end of March. With what the renter pays, the mortgage will be taken care of.

Sometime when all of this was unfolding, I injured my foot. Don’t ask how, as I’m still trying to figure that out myself, but there’s a nice gash on my heal. Mike did a good job in cleaning and wrapping it up.

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p>Last but not least, everyone except Benjamin, the baby, and me went to see the “Son Of God” Prescreening. We couldn’t find a babysitter, so it was a little disappointing, but I got to rest my foot a little.

Well, except for the fact I had to take the dogs out. I may have to wait until it comes out on DVD.

Soon

Soon Cat and BirdI know my blogging is sporadic. At the moment, I am still focused on updating my website. The good news, the internet has been a little better lately and I finally got most of the new design up. It still needs work, but it’s nice to have something accomplished.  It won’t be long before I start to post more frequently. What’s more, I’m setting the kids up on their sites as well, so you will be seeing more of them.

I am working hard at getting everything up and running by January 1st, as I start video blogging then.