That’s a given. But it’s really sad when it costs over $30 to fill up a little Chevy Cavalier. I miss living in Iowa. Gas prices have gone from $2.35 to $2.49 to $2.72 here in the last week and a half. Why did I think commuting was so great? Of course, I’ll probably look back on this in a couple of years and wish I could pay $2.72 a gallon. *Sigh*
I was looking around files off of old computers and found a series of journal entries I found in sixth grade. It was humerous enough for me to post on my site, so if you click over on 1994 on the left or the 6th Grade Journal Category Link, you can read them. It’s an interesting waste of five minutes or so.
Heh, so while browsing around my site at lunch, I noticed there seemed to be some things missing from the Archives listing on the side of my site. Actually a whole year was gone. Turns out the function to populate that list was taking an input of “maximum number of months displayed” or some other mumbo jumbo. I guess I have more than 24 months of history… ‘course that makes sense since it goes back to 2002. I increased it to 50… no actually, I can get rid of it and display unlimited months. Nice. Okay, now Im rambling in a blog post, so I’d better finish it up and study some ActiveX.
After two months, the honeymoon pictures are finally up! 200+ images and 8 pseudo-panoramics. And they all (well, mostly) have decent descriptions, so you’ll know what you’re looking at (even if the description is “even more water…”). Hop on over to the Honeymoon Gallery to check it out.