Tuesday, September 30, 2003

In Salt Lake

I am up in Salt Lake all week at a tcpip training. I have fixed the cgi on my site, but as you can see, I am still working on the pictures.

Thursday, September 25, 2003

Web problems

We are having problems with out web site since it was moved to a different server. I will be through Holden on Sunday to talk to Cheryl about her website. Hopefully I will be able to get this all fixed soon.


I am testing my site..Let's hope it works

Tuesday, September 16, 2003

Shaylie's Picture

As promised, here is Shaylie's picture:

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Also, I got my new glasses today.

Monday, September 15, 2003

Baseball Camp

Taylor has had her first day of Baseball camp. At first, I was very nervous, but she fit in well. The nice thing about being the only girl there, all of the coaches knew her name. They also treated her very well. She did well, and one thing that made her mad was some people didn't notice that she was a girl.

I'm glad the worrying was for not. Every Monday, she has an instructional game from 5:15 to 6:45.

Taylor's New Picture

Taylor's school pictures have arrived. Here is a preview:

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Shaylie also got pictures taken, we should get hers soon.

Life of Fun Continues

It's a Monday. Riding to work this morning I hit a strip of metal and it flattened my tire in about 5 seconds. I didn't even see it and had a terrible time hanking it out. The worst thing is, I just got my bike tuned up last week and it was riding so well. Oh well, the bike shop opens at 8:00, I'll be first in line.

Taylor starts her baseball camp tonight, although I do not know if she will stick with it. There are 95 kids at the camp, and she is the only girl. The only thing I can hope for is that since she be the tallest 7 year old there, she should be ok in the 6-7 year old division. She asked mom to go so that she wouldn't be the only girl there. She was, after all, one of the two best players on her team this past year. We'll see, if she doesn't like it, she doesn't have to stay.

Friday, September 5, 2003

Another long week

I really hate viruses! Ever since we had that virus a couple of weeks ago, we have been mandated to keep all of our microsoft patches up to date. I had to go to every machine that I maintain and download about 35 patches per machine. I finally finished all of my computers in Cedar and St. George on Wednesday, and what comes out Wednesday night!? Another patch. Fortunately, since all the computers where up-to-date, I was able to send that patch out over the network and it installed onto the computers automatically. I thought then that I was done, but now there are patches for other programs we have on our network, and those are not going to be as easy. Oh well, life goes on. Just have to remember, "Job Security."