Meh is now in the dictionary, according to this AP article. My response? Meh. Sharon and I have been using the term for years.
Go here to watch an old-school Ms. Pac Man commercial. This stuff was actually on TV at one time? I was speechless after watching it, not knowing how to even react to it.
I stumbled on this link (via Mental Floss) to a test to measure how high a frequency you can hear. We started testing this on the laptop, and I could hear up to 16kHz, and Sharon could hear 17 kHz. But we tried on the desktop speakers, and I could hear 17 kHz, and Sharon could hear 18 kHz. According to the chart accompanying the post, that’s pretty good for late-20s/early-30s.
How do you do?
In this picture, Kaitlyn is showing off her funny face she makes.
She’s developed a habit of needing to immediately see the picture after it’s been taken. When she’s taking pictures of herself, this isn’t a problem; she just flips the camera around and looks at the screen.
However, when I’m trying to take a picture, she insists on coming over to the camera, and gawking at herself on the camera. It gets old quickly.
Julia continues to take a lot of pictures with our older camera. But now Kaitlyn is also getting into the game of taking pictures as well. So it’s getting more difficult to know for sure if all of these pictures are really from Julia.
Julia has also gotten into self portraits again. Look for more proof coming soon.
I’ve added a ton of pictures to the gallery. Look for some picture gallery updates to be coming down the line soon.
I’ve upgraded the photo gallery to a new version. While doing that, I tweaked the layout to make it look a little bit better. Now it’s time to start updating the gallery again.
I also changed the name of the blog. Wanted something a little different.
Thoughts? Leave it in the comments.