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Lay egg is true!!


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Couldn’t Come Up With a Better Name, Huh?

“Bletch Court” in Cuyahoga Heights, OH

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What the hell, Texas

First I run into Pflugerville, now this?

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New Playpen



From Jonas 6mo+


Sorry for the lack of updates. Here’s some Christmas.

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The Something Store

Let me tell you something about the Something Store. Avid readers (*snerk*) may remember my previous post about the site. After reviewing my Google Checkout history, I’ve ordered 51 Somethings since November of last year. Wowzers! No wonder they were willing to help me with a slight problem regarding our office gift exchange.

I ordered 19 somethings for the 19 participants of the gift exchange this year. We each drew names of the others, and the plan was to pick a something to give to drawn person. I thought it’d be a little more interesting than handing $10 gift cards to each other. Another coworker and I peeked at each of the gifts to separate the girl gifts, boy gifts, and gender-neutral ones. We soon found out that we had more girl gifts than we had girls participating.

I immediately emailed the Something Store, and within twenty minutes I had a response: They were sending me three new somethings, free of charge.

Above and beyond customer service, all the time. I love shopping the Something Store.

Jonas has a new play area!

From Jonas 6mo+

(oh and he’s starting to crawl.)

What do I do with my new upcoming teeth?

From Jonas 6mo+

Bite things!

Yay Physics

One of my classmates for this online physics class from CSU sent out an email to all other online students that she thought the midterm exam was unfair because it focused on equations. “Especially Joules” she commented. 16 questions on the test. She brought in five pages of notes. The email from the professor said that there would be 16 questions, that they would be based on the homework, and a calculator would be useful. The homework was mostly equations. I was under the impression that physics is mostly equations. I don’t know where she got the idea that she needed notes on history ore the examples given in the book.