Sunday, January 30, 2011

We went to AZ last week. Holy cow it was sooooooo nice! We might become snowbirds later on. The reason we went down was to see Grandpa Richardson. It was nice spending time with him, we took him on a long walk and went on a drive with him. Grandma posted pictures on her blog:

We went first to Vegas to see Em's sister, Becky. When we went from Vegas to Phoenix we went on this new bridge to bypass all the windy roads (the English language stinks again! Windy and windy (air--wind) is the same spelling, that is terrible-- maybe I should have said winding) to the Hoover Dam. Anyway, it was really lame driving on it, until we saw this picture of what we actually drove on. This picture is old, though, and doesn't have the completed road, but you can imagine it with the road.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Editor's note: So this is written in Council Bluffs font, but I guess it won't show up as that if you don't have it installed. This post probably won't make much sense either.

This post comes to you thanks to Kyle. Freshman year he made my handwriting into a font. It was all fun and dandy until one day I came home from classes and saw a note that ready something like this; i

Dear Kyle,

Hope you had a good day at school, I’m going to clean the apartment, starting with the kitchen and then the bathroom. Go ahead and eat my ice cream too, watch out for spatulas in the ice cream, though.


-Council Bluffs

Something like that.

So yeah, it’s pretty cool to have a font named after me. I can’t do apostrophes, but who needs those anyway!! I don't have a colon in my font, so I just use the lowercase i. Sad thing is that my handwriting literally hasn’t changed since like fifth grade. I guess I don’t have numbers on here either.

Thursday, January 06, 2011

Kid History - Episode 1

Haha, these are pretty funny. I usually am not that entertained with kid stuff, (maybe that'll change when I have kids) but these are funny to watch at least once, especially 1 and 3.

Kid History - Episode 2

Kid History - Episode 3

Hans Rosling's 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes - The Joy of Stats - ...

Pretty neat, huh?

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