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Greensboro is #3!

In having lousy drivers, that is.

Not surprisingly, Greensboro came in #97 out of 100 cities when it came to good drivers. I’ve known for a long time that the drivers around here are just bad. Tailgating, no signals, running red lights, speeding, ignoring lane markings, it’s all normal around here. It’s amazing that car insurance is as cheap as it is.

The best cities? Des Moines, IA; Jersey City, NJ; and New York City.

Julia, Travel

Another Julia First…

So while heading up to Indiana this weekend for a long overdue visit with Sharon’s family, we started going through the first of two tunnels.

Julia has never been through a tunnel before.

Her reaction was something of a shock. She got all concerned, but didn’t say anything at all. Instead, her eyes got really big, she looked straight ahead, and froze until we got through the tunnel.

By the second tunnel, she really didn’t care anymore. I wonder what will happen this weekend when we head back…

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Picture Gallery #14

So after a long absence, the picture gallery updates are back. This one is big. I’ve uploaded over 110 pictures of Julia since late February.

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I don’t know why there is such huge spaces after below each row of pictures. I’m not a CSS master, and there’s a mess of it behind this site. I plan on tinkering around with it and see what the problem is.

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joemama.net

So I’ve had another domain for a while at joemama.net. I didn’t really know what to do with it, but when it came available, I jumped at the chance to get it. So it pointed to bastone.org.

I’ve hooked that domain up with tumblr. It’s a lot like a blog, but I’m using it for random snippets that I don’t consider post worthy. Maybe you’ll see something that you’ll enjoy.

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Tattoo Your Toddler

This site is all about tattooing your toddler.

What should we get tattooed on Julia? Maybe one of those bands around the arm? Or maybe a dolphin on the ankle? Technically, the site says it’s for ages 2 to 17, but I think we could convince them that Julia is close enough to 2 to count.

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