Thursday, April 30, 2009
Monday, April 27, 2009
Look what Kathy and I got in the mail the other day!
We are now officially certified UPA coaches! It may seem silly but for a growing sport (any sport, for that matter) it is important to have training and accountability for those teaching the game to younger ones.
I don’t know that we’ll explicitly use it this year, although we are starting a summer league and leading a women’s clinic in about a month. I am also going to help starting an official Goshen College team next year. Should be a fun year ahead.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
We took the opportunity of a beautiful day yesterday to work on our flowerbeds. We got quite a bit done and they look great, although they will look better in a couple weeks when the new and split plants grow up.
I decided to take some pictures to share. I just quickly snapped three photos and figured I would try Windows Live Photo Gallery's panorama feature (panorama test of our Florida vacation). Here's what came out:
Our house seemed a little narrow, sans door. So I put it into Photoshop and used their automerge feature:
Um, wow. These results are even worse. So I decided to just manually put them together. The blending isn't that great; I didn't really spend any time on it. It does give a better idea of what our house actually looks like:
Friday, April 17, 2009
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Worry-Free Business Security is a Trend Micro antivirus product that we use at quite a few clients. One client keeps detecting cookies as malware so I searched for "worry free business cookies" to try to find some information on these. Sponsored link? Start your own cookie business!
Somehow I think these are different kinds of cookies.
Monday, April 6, 2009
Friday, April 3, 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
CNN recently did a video on a local business. Better World Books was started by three guys in South Bend. One of them is an Ultimate player and quite of few Ultimate friends work or have worked there. It is especially a great place to sell and buy text books. They also recently opened up a brick and mortar store (online store is the same, but www.bwbgoshen.com gives credit to their store) here in Goshen. Support local businesses; help the children of the world read; shop Better World Books.