Month: July 2004

  • What Jane Austen heroine are you?

    Courtesy of Tamara I give you my results: :: L I Z Z Y :: You are Elizabeth Bennet of Pride & Prejudice! You are intelligent, witty, and tremendously attractive. You have a good head on your shoulders, and oftentimes find yourself the lone beacon of reason in a sea of silliness. You take great […]

  • Bluebird Clutch 3-04 Sitting Begins

    Mrs. Bluebird began sitting on her eggs this weekend. She has laid four. I am estimating that she started sitting on Sunday, July 25, 2004.

  • Bluebird Activity Alert

    I noticed last week that the Bluebird box was being readied for use. So keeping an eye on it, with Russell’s help, I was able to see that it was being filled and arranged for a nest. This morning there are two blue eggs in the nest. I could be a day off of understanding […]

  • Field Genealogy

    Genealogy is a fun past time. It’s more than that though, for it reveals good and bad in family lineage. It reveals personal history, it reveals times that you can personalize a study of history through. One line I’m looking at is our Field heritage. Able to be traced back to pre-William the Conqueror, but […]

  • Tomorrow

    It’s the night before. Ah time flies. This is the least fun year to have a birthday. But that’s alright, since it’s on the Lord’s Day this year, very involved with Sunday services will take my mind off of it. It’s not the age. I’m just indifferent to so many holidays lately. Just another one […]

  • Heat in more than one way

    Woke up this morning to computer woes again. The desktop I’ve been working on for the last however months decided to throw a heat tantrum. I didn’t realize how much gunky fuzz was on the heatsink, but there it was. Without the aid of compressed air, I got as much of the packed in dust […]

  • Look at Asa!

    This takes a while to download [it’ll autoplay], but it’s worth it to see a first! Click below to download the [QUICKTIME] movie of Asa [3.87 mb] Asa Learned to Swing Yesterday late afternoon Asa wanted to go outside and play, so I said “Yes.” A short time later he was yelling for me to […]