Quick Note

Make Comments is up, but there’s something strange about the way the page loads that interferes with it. I don’t know enough HTML to fix it & Ian is trying his best, but we still aren’t having much luck. Two blogs on one page – without random scrollbars – is pretty difficult. If you have any brilliant ideas, IM us.

… Later…

All I can say is that I’ve married a very persistent and wonderful man. You all would be lucky to get somebody as absolutely excellent as he is. Continue Reading >>

Saved!

After much diligent web-crawling, my intrepid husband has found a way to salvage our site from disaster. Though to tell the truth the worst that could happen is it would “go down,” or remain untouched – not that much of a disaster, as nobody knows about this site yet (“yet,” in the hopes that perhaps people will in the future). Also as a result of this I have begun to play around in HTML, which I quickly realized is a cumbersome and awkward method for communicating on the Internet. However, as Blogger.com uses HTML I shall too. Continue Reading >>

And life continues

I’ve learned today that nothing goes as easily as it should. Never believe that marriage is easy; I didn’t expect it to be, and still it is harder than I expected. These comments stem from the fact that, even as you look at this site, it’s causing us more bother than it is worth. So many good ideas go down painfully; I think this two blogs/one page deal may be one of them. Scrollbars everywhere are unattractive as are vast white spaces and those appear to be the future of this blog if it remains dual. Continue Reading >>

My Entry into the Blogging World

Well – this is IT, as they say. By writing this I commit to blog with the hope that somebody besides me will read it occasionally. Frankly I’m not sure quite the correct way to go about this whole blogging thing, or at least how to begin it; I’ve been living all this time before, and it’s not as though I can miraculously review my life in a succinct paragraph like they might ask you to do in Biology.

Biology, my joy and my disappointment. I truly thought I would be a Biology major; I really did. Yet here I am, copping out and taking what some circles call a “soft degree” in English…. Hopefully. If I’m exceedingly lucky I will finish in another couple years. The question now becomes: does it matter if I finish in four years? Can I not just come home, for Washington will always be my home, and finish school somewhere there? I am not so committed to Clark as I was last year, for daily I see maybe one person I know or maybe two if I’m exceedingly lucky. All this to say that, like many other people at this point in their lives, I’m not sure where God is calling me to be. Or if He is calling me at all. I hear all these good Christians talk about God calling them to a career, or to a certain place, or He “gives them a heart for .” (Fill in the blank) Yet is that God? Do superimpose their desires onto God’s will, thinking to themselves, “I enjoy working on computers. That must be what God wants me to do with my life.” Continue Reading >>