A place for Kay to experiment with being a blogger. (Designed for 800x600 resolution at this point... mostly because I haven't found a way to make a background
that also looks good
Saturday, October 05, 2002
Prepping for a two week research trip -- I'm gonna keep this one short, but wanted to make sure I noted that I'd be on the road for two weeks, hopefully with at least some internet access. :)
Friday, October 04, 2002
We've all got hobbies, and as I've mentioned before, one of mine is Genealogy. I love finding out the story of my family, my kin, where we come from and what kind of people we are.
I've recently been having a great deal of fun in the 1900 census, and figured I'd go ahead and let others know how easy it is to get tapped in to the census records:
Lookin' forward to That Was Then tomorrow night! ;)
I missed the premiere last week, but am hopeful that tomorrow night's episode will be easy to step into and not feel like I had missed out on a lot of important story points last week.
Then again ... let's see what they say happened last week This could be the start of something fun!
Tuesday, October 01, 2002
A good night on CBS.
I have to admit, JAG, the Guardian (with a wonderful performace by Andrew Lawrence) and Judging Amy all delivered and delivered well tonight!
Beyond that my day was spent working on PopArtsPlace.com.
Monday, September 30, 2002
A Life to Di For
Added this link to the site today since we discovered they've got A Life to Di For at the lowest price we've seen on the web! ;)
Well, as you may have noticed, no blog entries to speak of over the weekend. I went to the Texas State Fair. I've never really BEEN to a state fair before. I went to the Texas State Fair two years ago with some friends, but they only wanted to do the auto show, and even this year I didn't go on any rides... but I saw all the famous booths where you can try and win a prize for your kid of girlfriend etc. It was my first real state fair experience.
I went to the state fair at Disneyland when I was a kid -- and I think Disneyland's state fair had more fun to it. People were enthusiastic and calling out and they all really wanted to be there -- then again, it wasn't 95 degrees out either. :) I think the weather works against the state fair of Texas! ;)
That said it was a load of fun. There are entertainers roaming around and LOTS of fun to be had!