We have a new kitty, he’s a bit of a monster… we’ll be updating with some anecdotes of exactly how much of a little terror he is, but for now you can check out the photo gallery. Don’t be fooled by appearances; he may look cute, but…
OpenShot Video Editor, and a new Home-Movie!
Hot and Fluffy!
Beads Beads Beads!!!
My partners in crime were my sister and my girlfriend (check out our site @ twonerdsandakitty.com! ), with whom I had a fun day doing the craft thing. For anyone who may have missed out on the Gem Faire and thinks it may sound like a good time, check out their schedule at the website; it looks like they’ll be coming back in March!
In Memoriam: Honeybear
Once we found out, we started her on medication to help keep it under control and keep her healthy. The unfortunate side is that the medication can become less effective over time. This was the case with our little girl. We had her as long as possible with her healthy but had to let her go on January 3rd this year as the medication was no longer working. It was really difficult for me to let her go. I got her shortly before I finished high school when she was first born and had her as my little girl for almost 7 years. Nathan and I will really miss her craziness. I will likely be posting some favorite memories of her on this site eventually.
Photos of Honeybear are here: http://twonerdsandakitty.com/photos/honeybear/
Family Visit August 2009
Blues Festival, July 2009
Seattle, June 2009
Our agenda included a trip to the Experience Music Project. As a child of the 80’s, first becoming aware of pop-culture right in time for the grunge movement, visiting a music museum in the city that started it all was great, and who wouldn’t enjoy the Jimi Hendrix center?! Right when we thought it couldn’t get any better, we found out that the EMP shares a building with the Science Fiction Museum!!! Anybody who knows me will understand how great THAT was. 😀 Adding the topping to the cake, we sprung for a last minute Daft Punk laser-show, which was a lot more fun than I had expected, especially as it was my first time visiting a laser-show.
Aside from the trips out to city attractions, the lodgings at the Hotel Sierra were simply unbelievable for the price. The accomodations were very luxurious and every day we got to enjoy a delicious breakfast served in the lounge.
For pics of the awesome, check here.
Then we came home, which was not as fun.