After Noah's doctor appointment, we went to the grocery store.  I had parked forward-facing to a curbed, sloped sidewalk.  On the side of the walk opposite the parking lot was a railing.  Because of the curb, I did not push the cart to the trunk of my car as I usually do.  I turned it perpendicular to the sidewalk and rested it against the railing.

 (More)

Posted by Heather Daley on March 27, 2007, 8:39 am | Read 3202 times | Comments (5)
Category Jonathan: [first] [previous] [next] [newest] Noah: [first] [previous] [next] [newest]

24 pounds, 9 ounces.  30 inches tall. He didn't cry a single whimper for his shot or any of the blood drawing for his hemoglobin and lead tests.  What a brave, tough guy! (More)

Posted by Heather Daley on March 26, 2007, 4:40 pm | Read 2108 times | Comments (1)
Category Noah: [first] [previous] [next] [newest]

We went to Florida for vacation with the Daleys for one week and the Wightmans for another week.  It was a great time.  But this leaves me behind on posting, so here we go... (More)

Posted by Heather Daley on March 18, 2007, 4:16 pm | Read 6291 times | Comments (2)
Category General: [first] [previous] [next] [newest] Jonathan: [first] [previous] [next] [newest] Noah: [first] [previous] [next] [newest]

I try to take Jonathan's questions seriously and answer them as accurately as I can.  This morning, I could not think of a better answer than "well, the cells, they just do." (Which is not very satisfying.)
 (More)

Posted by Heather Daley on March 18, 2007, 8:13 am | Read 38419 times | Comments (3)
Category Jonathan: [first] [previous] [next] [newest]

My voice has a problem with not being able to be understood by most auto-voice phone systems, and you can only say "Tech Support" so many times before you wish you hadn't ever called in the first place.

Here is the answer to that problem - a list of how to get to a real human when talking to a computer for lots of different companies. 

Posted by Jon Daley on March 13, 2007, 3:28 pm | Read 4580 times | Comments (1)
Category Internet: [first] [previous] [next] [newest]

You scored as NASB - New American Standard Bible. You are intelligent, responsible, and understanding. You strive to do your best possible in all areas of life and are generally quite successful. You do not mind being different and sometimes taking risks, but you simultaneously find no virtue in completely doing away with the past.

NASB - New American Standard Bible

75%

KJV - King James Version

40%

NWT - New World Translation

35%

CEV - Contemporary English Version

25%

NRSV - New Revised Standard Version

20%

What version of the Bible are you?
created with QuizFarm.com

From Talking Out Of Turn

Posted by Jon Daley on March 9, 2007, 11:26 am | Read 24259 times | Comments (10)
Category Bible: [first] [previous] [next] [newest]

We got our gas bill for February - the highest we have gotten in a long time.  Apparently, the average temperature was eleven degrees colder than last year, causing us to use two and a half time more gas than we did last February.

We did leave our heat on more last month than usual, but that was because our furnace can't quickly (in less than eight hours) raise the temperature of our house ten or fifteen degrees like it can when the temperatures are warmer.

I hope this global warming trend doesn't continue - otherwise, I'll probably have to spend the time and money to insulate my house.

Posted by Jon Daley on March 5, 2007, 3:41 pm | Read 3350 times | Comments (0)
Category Reviews: [first] [previous] [next] [newest]
Go to page:
culpable-adaptable