Sorry I'm Not From Around Here Section :: Page 2

  • BLOG – Give a little bit

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    For community members who need a little help this time of year, and year-round, there is assistance available via a variety of organizations, listed here. And for those who have more than enough, why not consider donating to one or several of these causes?

  • BLOG – A house of a different color

    Lauren, Anthony and "Sprite Twist."

    The painting of a room is not just slapping some color on a wall.

  • BLOG – It’s not like other bikes

    My bike and I are now obviously in the "ridiculous photo shoot" phase of our relationship.

    Just look at that bike up there. Jealous? It’s alright, I totally understand. Allow yourselves a moment to reign in your considerable envy, then please, read on.

  • BLOG – Two Years

    Painted baby. (Photo by Hung Nguyen)

    Wherein I talk about how my kid’s got kind of a ‘tude these days.

  • BLOG – Where the meteors shower

    During the Leonid shower, fall of 2006; astronomy extra credit. Weather conditions obviously less favorable during this shower than in August.

    The highly prolific Perseids meteor shower will be most visible Aug. 11-13. And other, less scientific observations.

  • BLOG — My two dads

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    I can only faithfully record my observations on dads and their doings through my experience with the two closest fathers of my acquaintance.

  • BLOG – The Hunt

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    On Saturday, we took our 19-month-old, Lucy, to her first ever egg hunt.

  • BLOG – Don’t get around much anymore

    Lando's last photo shoot. (Courtesy of Google.)

    Things weren’t always this way between us. When I first saw Lando in the summer of 2007, I knew we were meant to be together.

  • BLOG – Baby nerds

    The second annual "pre-graduation" baby party, which was held Sunday, Feb. 5 at the Bryan Center.

    Getting parents together is a lot like holding a baby convention. We are nerds for our babies.

  • BLOG – Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra

    What's going on inside that head?

    Basically, nobody understands anybody, not really. We’re all thrown together and expected to figure out what’s going on in somebody else’s head, just by the words that they employ. It isn’t until you really need to understand or be understood that you realize that words are paltry tools.

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