Tag Archives: Gadget

Thanks, Uncle Rich!

July 13, 2015



While we were at Lauren’s family reunion in Branson, Uncle Rich showed me an iPhone app that I had on my phone, but had never messed with before. It’s called Health, or something like that, and I don’t know what all it can do, but it does turn your phone into a pedometer (sp?).  It […]

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Surprisingly, I don’t make a lot of gravy.

March 26, 2009


Surprisingly, I don't make a lot of gravy.

I’ve been thinking a lot about composting lately. Sustainable Dave has worms doing his composting right in his basement, but that’s a little too creepy for me. I’ve thought about having a worm composter right outside our back door, because then I could just toss the scraps right after I’ve scooped them from the cutting […]

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Keep it secret.

March 2, 2009


Keep it secret.

Keep it safe. Remember the purse fiasco a while back? Well, it was the perfect opportunity for me to justify a gadget purchase. I saw the Cash Can a few months ago, and now I have one! Yessir, even though I may forget my wallet, I’ll still have an origamied greenback dangling from my keys. […]

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February 23, 2009



The spatulas arrived today. Many thanks to David Hall, best guy in the world! That’s all I have to say about that.

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You’d think I’d learn

September 10, 2008


First of all, Happy Birthday to my Dad!!!!!! “Buy cheap, regret later.”  Every. single. time.  I wanted to buy a small voice recorder so I could more easily do observations of the children at school.  Usually I jot stuff down and then re-write it later, but I really, really hate writing by hand.  Especially twice.  […]

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Danger, Will Robinson!

August 9, 2008


After home visits today I went into Lincoln to see what Lloyd was up to.  Turns out it’s exciting and slightly dangerous putting up projectors.  Well, maybe not ‘exciting’, but this part looked pretty dang cool. Notice his lack of eye protection.  I guess he thinks that squint will save him.  Anyway, I tried to […]

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