So, after we mostly-finished the huge project that was the living room and bedroom in the basement we took a break. A several months long break. Sickness and life meant that it took us a while to get around to the bathroom downstairs. But once we decided to start, the project was ...more
This year's election started off looking brilliant. The GOP had such a deep bench of candidates that would have been amazing. Then the Trump Train idiots just shat the bed. I promised in my last post that I would change party affiliation if Donald was awarded the GOP nomination. Unlike Alec Baldwin and so many ...more
So, another school year has come to a close. I don't blog as much as I used to, for many reasons. Here on the school blog, it's mostly because I'm not trying to make my own lessons anymore. With everyone doing most of their classes in Switched on Schoolhouse, the kids have been primarily ...more
in the year 2214, the world was lost to an Apocalypse. it wasn't a zombie/horror apocalypse, but it did force humanity to evolve in order to survive. through some process of natural selection, we became like wolves in body and mind. we grew out our ears and trained our noses, we choose tails for balance, ...more
Here I've made a tortoiseshell cat named Ashley, she was inspired by a drawing I made of a calico cat named Ashley, I think she came out VARY nice. what do you think?
some pictures of tortoiseshell ...more
I will try to beg my girl to take more photos of me so I can share them with you my adoring Dog-loving human fans.
This picture my girl took is with her silver camera thing. not her pink-square shaped thing a DS i think. so it looks much batter then Past ...more
Here's my first layout in I don't even know how long. While creating the graphics for the various blogs, Diva saw me dipping into my scrapbook stash. She especially liked the kit I used for her blog, and wanted to learn more about digital scrapbooking. So I whipped up a quick layout using the most ...more
Nicolas Yuriar Mancillas (Domingo) (Clemente)
Born: Aug 1869 in San Ignacio, Sinaloa, Mexico.
Died: ?? Unknown
World War 1 draft card for Nicolas Yuriar that says he was working for the Southern Pacific Railroad, in Maricopa, Arizona, in Sept 1918, and says he had no physical impairments. Lists his birthday as Sept 10, 1898, and his mother ...more