Archive | May, 2017

Dummies

May 31, 2017

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As I was finishing up at work, the children and staff were all gone and I was getting ready to deal with the wasps on the playground that were freaking everybody out. I looked outside and these morons in the rental across the street were golfing in their backyard. Not just putting – big ol’ […]

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ISTE Road Trip Play List

May 30, 2017

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Let me just start this post off by admitting that I don’t know if the title should be 5 words, 4 words or 3 words. Lauren is asleep already, so I can’t ask her. The International Society for Technology in Education conference is coming up in a little over 3 weeks. It’s in San Antonio […]

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Monday Report

May 29, 2017

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Well, it was a semi-productive day. I slept in a bit (6:30, although I slept until 8 on Saturday and Sunday), then I took a stab at cleaning in the disgusting spare room for half an hour. I lasted fifteen minutes. Then I went to buy a cart for the communion stuff. (Mostly I enjoyed […]

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How about just pictures?

May 29, 2017

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I forgot to make a post last night, so here are just photos of the communionware set-up situation. The foam and tub stuff is all in ‘prototype’ mode. Lloyd re-arranged the closet, too. The metal trays are up higher and the breakable stuff is closer.

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Well, that took a different turn.

May 28, 2017

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Saturday started out pretty great. I slept in, Lloyd’s cousins (Dave and his son Vince) stopped by for a little bit (they were in town for a wedding), then on to Lincoln to run some errands. Lloyd asked if there were any woodworking shops around and I said, “Yes! In Omaha!” That resulted in an […]

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Caturday

May 27, 2017

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It’s rainy here. I talked to my parents this morning – they are both in good spirits. Mom has been doing her physical therapy despite the pain, and it quite the trooper. Dad is the best example of a loving husband that anyone could ask for. We had some good talks, and then I sat […]

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