Monday, August 17, 2009

A New Car For Your Wife?

Wow, this is risky. I will now post a video from my dad that I haven't even viewed yet. Then again, what are the odds my dad would send me porn? (Really, really low, I would hope!)

He sent it to me without any explanation or commentary, so I sure hope the video is self-explanatory.

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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Life of two, BEAUTIFUL

So far everything I've put online has been from my dad. Here's something from my mother. My dad goes online far more often than my mother, so for that reason alone this blog will feature more of his wisdom than hers.

The powerpoint presentation she sent me came with the one sentence you see below. I believe she's referring to a picture she took on a trip to Europe that featured two swans.

It looks like Google Docs will allow you to both link to documents, and to embed them. Tonight I will try the embedding method. We'll see how this works...

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Really beautiful pictures. Wish I had gotten my swans together like these shown here.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Cat & Deer

I haven't even taken a look at this video yet, but I'm posting it up anyways. After all, it is from my parents. My dad, to be specific. He's the one who sends me most of these things. =======================

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This is one of the sweetest little videos I've ever seen even though it's grainy.

Sneakers

My dad just sent me another pearl of wisdom! Today's offering arrived with a subject line of "Sneakers" and is a video accompanied with the single word "CUTE".

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After viewing it, I have to agree.

Still want a Smart car?

I've never actually wanted a Smart car, so I'm not sure why my dad sent to this me. I appreciate the warning nonetheless. ======================================

Below is a photo of a wreck in Jefferson Parish, LA (near New Orleans ) between two trucks and a Smart Car.

Think I'll pass on the Smart Car.

The Thousand Islands

My parents send me Powerpoint presentations every so often, but I'm unable to view them. I don't have Powerpoint installed on my computer, and I'm too lazy to download the free Powerpoint player. Thank God for Google Docs. I finally figured out that I can transfer the Powerpoint presentations they email me to Google Docs, and view them through their presentation program. Here's a slide show on the Thousand Islands my dad sent to me. There are some slides in here of very beautiful homes!

http://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dfvgnqzp_0fg2bz6hc&interval=15