Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Yet again, more photos

Funny how time slips away and keeps me from more than the occasional photo post for family and friends.

Speaking of family, my parents, sister and grandma were in town for some of last week. It was great seeing them, and they had fun catching up (mostly) with Abby.

Speaking of friends, we'll be heading down to Cincy to see Jake and Lyz this weekend. Even though we only live about 90 minutes apart, it's hard to arrange times to get together. I'm looking forward to it; hopefully Abby will enjoy the trip.

As you might have guessed from the preceding paragraph, Abby's winter sequestration is ending. We have the green light from the doctor to take her out in public more, including to church. She'll make her debut there April 5. It will be great to actually go to church and other places as a family.

Abby is demanding attention, so I will close with links to recent photos on Facebook: The albums are here and here.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

New photos and videos

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I even somehow didn't take the time to post about the biggest snowstorm in Columbus history (20 inches in two days!). Let's just say commuting wasn't much fun last Friday and Saturday, and work was busy.

Anyway, I have posted some new photos and videos to Facebook. To see the photos, click here. To see the videos, click here (but I think you have to be my friend on Facebook for that to work).

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Election Day

Believe it or not, I just voted in a primary/caucus for the first time.

Considering my job, I figure it's not a good idea to mention who (or even what party) I voted in this forum. Let's just say those of you who knew my politics 10 years ago would be pretty surprised today.

It's a nasty day here in Columbus, but Katrina and I took turns heading to the polling site this morning. We were going to make today Abby's first election, but it was too cold and rainy to take her outside voluntarily.

That's right -- Katrina voted, and for actual people, too. Again, those of you who have talked politics with Katrina should be shocked.

If you live in Ohio, Texas, Rhode Island or Vermont, be sure to vote today. Even if you don't care about the presidential election, there's likely some local candidates or issues you can make a decision about.

I'll be heading in for a long day at the office in a few hours. I'll be updating our Web site with election results and doing all of my other normal duties; I'll be lucky to be home by 4 a.m.