Thursday, July 31, 2003
Once again, Dad and I spent a couple nights working on it, and then Kelly applied the finishing touches.
Monday, July 28, 2003
Friday, July 25, 2003
The program is run by the Michiana Soccer Association and the first game is scheduled for September 6th.
Saturday, July 19, 2003
After getting the kids to bed, we stayed up and watched Tom Cruise and Collin Farrell in Minority Report. I thought it was a very interesting look into the future, and some of the toys (or gadgets) used were ultra cool!
Speaking of Collin Farrell, last week we watched another one of his films that I think deserves mentioning here. The Recruit, with Al Pacino, didn't get great reviews but I thought it was a good watch. Kelly and I both liked it enough to want to watch it again some day.
Tuesday, July 15, 2003
When we went to pick him up, they brought him out and we all thought they had the wrong dog. His face looked just like a dumb poodle (no offence to Cooper's dad). We think a new groomer is in store, hopefully one that will listen to our requests.
Sunday, July 13, 2003
Good. The bad part was when Louie was gone and when that red swan marry Serina because Louie didn't want her to marry him.
Tuesday, July 8, 2003
The install went very smoothly until I went to install my new router. That should of been the easy part. After all was said and done I finally went with my old router and it worked great.
I'll give it a couple of days to make sure it's acceptable and then I will call and cancel Comcast and live with my new broadband choice.
Friday, July 4, 2003
Independence Day, in the United States, an annual holiday commemorating the formal adoption by the Continental Congress of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, in Philadelphia. Although the signing of the Declaration was not completed until August, the Fourth of July holiday has been accepted as the official anniversary of U.S. independence and is celebrated in all states and territories of the United States.
The holiday was first observed in Philadelphia on July 8, 1776, at which time the Declaration of Independence was read aloud, city bells rang, and bands played. It was not declared a legal holiday, however, until 1941. The Fourth is traditionally celebrated publicly with parades and pageants, patriotic speeches, and organized firing of guns and cannons and displays of fireworks; early in the 20th century public concern for a safe and sane holiday resulted in restrictions on general use of fireworks. Family picnics and outings are a feature of private Fourth of July celebrations.
"Independence Day," Microsoft® Encarta® Online Encyclopedia 2003
http://encarta.msn.com © 1997-2003 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
Thursday, July 3, 2003
And the winner is: