Wednesday Watch: Best. Tree. Swing. EVER.

It’s official: the “tree swing” ante has been upped. Officially, don’t try this at home. Unofficially, I fully expect at least 3 of you to not only try this yourselves, but to spend some time trying to figure out how to make it even better. And I sincerely hope you’ll tweet me a link toContinue reading “Wednesday Watch: Best. Tree. Swing. EVER.”

An Underground Blast From The Past

I’m going to go ahead and guess that most of my readers don’t “remember” the 70s, but you probably do remember 1999, which was when Brendan Fraser introduced us to Adam, a young man who lived in an underground bomb shelter with his parents, only to emerge years later in ‘modern times’ and try toContinue reading “An Underground Blast From The Past”

Construction In The Early 1900s

When I was in high school, I wanted to be an architect. I’ve always had a passion for building things. When I was a kid, I was always playing with Legos and Lincoln Logs, and you could often find my brother and I building things out of wood and various other things we could find.Continue reading “Construction In The Early 1900s”

When Customer Service Isn’t

There was a story circulating the Internet last week about a little girl at an Apple store. It seems this little 10-year-old girl saved every penny she could for nearly a year so that she could buy herself an Apple iPod touch, which she desperately wanted. All good so far – I’m all in favorContinue reading “When Customer Service Isn’t”