Monthly Archives: November 2012

Simplify 7 – Don’t Commute

Today I drove to work. To drive to work is seemingly un-remarkable except that every other day my commute consists of walking down the stairs to my office, pictured here. Today the CEO was in town so I drove […]

Pride

Today was a banner day as a parent. We went to honor roll assembly for Jonathan this morning (4.0!). In the evening we went to a band concert where R played both the flute in beginning band and the snare drum […]

“I Voted”

You have no idea what an amazing thing it is to have a vote. And even more rare is to have a nation and leaders that respects the vote of the people and allows for smooth transitions in offices of power. […]

Life 1 – Be Bold

“Bold prayers honor God, and God honors bold prayers. God isn’t offended by your biggest dreams or boldest prayers. He is offended by anything less. If your prayers aren’t impossible to you, they are insulting to God.”

Share Interests

Today, Jonathan and I attended Kids Code Camp downtown. We had a great time playing around with Scratch, Ruby, and Spheros but the main reason to go was to do something fun together. […]

RubyConf 2012: Matz’s Keynote, “Reinventhing Wheels of Future”

I had a great time at RubyConf 2012. Matz kicked it off with a good, short talk on the importance of being happy. Here are some notes from that talk. – big crowd – warm welcome – “I’m a happy programmer.” […]