Monthly Archives: September 2003

Happy Birthday Adam!

Last night my sister-in-law called to tell me that the baby my nephew and his wife were expecting was born! It’s hard to believe that the toddler who used to come over to our house, stand and drool over the magazine rack while he intently tried to pull out the magazines with his tiny hands is now a father.

Congratulations to Mike and Kirstin and Happy Birthday to the newest member of the family, Adam James Bloy. May you live a long, happy and healthy life.

Random thoughts

Here’s a few random thoughts that have been on my mind lately — some are important in the grand scheme of things, some aren’t. I’ll leave you to decide which is which.

America the Beautiful should be the national anthem of the U.S.A.

With the recall election mess currently going on in California, I’m grateful I live elsewhere. I only hope the Wisconsin legislature looking at tax freezes and budget cuts here realize why things in California are such a mess right now.

Is French Toast really French? More importantly, who wants to make French Toast for me tomorrow morning?

How can President Bush call it the “Clear Skies” plan when it actually allows more pollutants and greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere?

When the blacktop sealer they just put on your driveway is curing, it is very stinky.

Condo photos

I was cleaning out the garage today and it hit me that I never posted any pictures of my condo here. It was just about a year ago that I started looking for a home to purchase. Now that I’m almost to the point where I’m only 29 years in debt, I thought it might be a good time to put up a couple of pictures.

My Condo

There are four units in the building, each one occupies the four corners.

My Condo