Monthly Archive: October 2008

Desks!!! 0


Right before our trip to Austin was Grant’s Birthday. I eventually decided to get him a 24” Flat Screen monitor since he always used mine, and there was a pretty good deal on a dell one. Well, once we each had our own Monitors, there wasn’t much room to have duel monitors on a desk that two people share. Grant and I had been talking a while about getting a second desk since the desk that we had was one from Ikea which we were both completely satisfied with it, but it definitely got crowded. When we first got married,...

UCA Tragedy 0

UCA Tragedy

As some of you may have heard already, University of Central Arkansas or UCA where I attend had a school shooting yesterday(Sunday). I was not on campus since it was a Sunday, and I am not exactly sure what happened, but students on campus were told to stay in their dorms and apartments. There was a shooting where two students were killed, I don’t know either of them, but I am praying for their families; four suspects are in custody. So far all we know is that classes are canceled this Monday, and please just pray that everything gets worked...

Austin Trip 0

Austin Trip

So as many of you know, Simon, Grant, Julia, and I went to Austin for our Fall Break. This is a first for Harding, so it made it a lot of fun. We left for Austin on Thursday afternoon, and were there until Sunday afternoon! We thrifted a whole lot, went to Mueller to see a Wallace and grommet movie and the parks of course!!!! OH, and we went and saw Tanya and Wilson’s beautiful new rowhouse. I helped them with some of the design of the inside,but nothing major. So here are some of the few pictures that we...

Tagged by Sarina Grasham 0

Tagged by Sarina Grasham

Here’s the rules: Grab the nearest book.Open the book to page 56.Find the fifth sentence.Post the text of the next two to five sentences in your blog along with these instructions.Don’t dig for your favorite book, the cool book, or the intellectual one: pick the CLOSEST.Tag five other people to do the same. from object-oriented software engineering “In addition, skills in plumbing, wiring, and roofing are needed to build a three-bedroom home, and inspections are essential.” So this is what grant pays Harding for… such amazing knowledge!!! :p I tag Jill Robertson