With that said, I guess I should work on our 72-hour kits again sometime soon.
We're about to begin our final month of the semester (and Thomas' final month as an undergrad! Yay!), but the weather has been so nice, it is becoming really hard to stay in and study. I wish we could take a day or two and rent some kayaks or maybe a tandem. I guess that will have to wait another month or so.
The past week was pretty standard for Lisa, but Thomas got to do some cool things.
First, on Tuesday, Thomas' choir class sang at the BYU Devotional. They performed a song called "This is My Father's World" and they sounded fantastic. As soon as the video is available online, we'll share it with you so you can see (& hear) for yourself!
|Thomas is 4 rows up and just about center :o)|
|The McCune Mansion|
|Salt Lake Temple; Tabernacle directly behind|
|Utah State Capitol|
Just for fun:
Google Analytics Stats from December 2009 through today:
Countries: 79 (from Vietnam to Slovenia to Qatar to Antigua... I can't find half of them on a map)
States: 48 (still missing Alaska & North Dakota)
Some recent keyword searches that got people to our pages:
"marriage license dress"
"lotsa kids+catholic blog"
"compiled nib files"
"business in the 1920s"
"how to restart apache on snow leopard"
Some of our most popular posts:
How to Open Compiled .nib Files in Snow Leopard (On Thomas' project site, Mactips)
Microsoft Office 2011 HUP Availability
Business in the 1920s (On Thomas' page for his Corpus Linguistics class)
Provo Tabernacle (On our main blog, Lotsaoxen)
PS - don't forget to show some love at Lisa's project site, Family Proclamations!