Tag: family

  • March’s 30 Day Challenge: Dismal Failure

    April 3, 2011

    A few days ago, a commentator on NPR made the comment that the Internet is like a gated community where we only present our best personas to try to impress people. Well, let me just disprove that right now by telling you that March was a dismal failure. For those of you not following along,... Read More

  • 30 Days Without Facebook and Twitter: What I Learned

    February 1, 2011

    I just finished my first 30 day challenge of 2011: no Facebook and Twitter for the month of January. It’s the first of my year’s worth of monthly challenges, and I have to say that having a realistic goal with a not-so-distant stopping point makes it much easier to stay faithful to that change. There’s... Read More

  • Nancy Jean Clum (1958 – 2010)

    February 9, 2010

    I had the privilege of calling this woman my mother-in-law. I know that phrase that often stirs up a lot of negative stereotypes, but if anyone could rescue the term, it was this remarkable woman. She was a woman of priorities. Nancy was willing to set aside a blossoming career so she could raise her... Read More

  • Out And About, With Illustrations

    April 30, 2008

    Haven’t done a very good job at keeping everyone up to speed with our goings-on, so I thought I’d write up a little something and show off some of my more recent shutter-fication. We had to leave early Saturday morning to make it up in time for Sarah’s baby shower. (She’s due any day now.)... Read More