Thursday, June 6, 2002
cars, credit cards, and web sites and stuff....
I finished my CIW Webmaster Certification
course. Learned a bunch and, along the way, got the opportunity to
try the new stuff out on a couple of web sites. The Interfilk.org
website needed updating, and I volunteered to give it a housecleaning
(and a new paint job). Then Rob Wynne offered me the Gafia.org
site to build from the ground up. I've enjoyed working on both
sites, and now I'm polishing up my own web site a bit.
|My middle daughter Meri
graduated Suma Cum Laude in Education from Southern Utah University in
May, so Bill and I met my mother and brother in Cedar City for the
ceremony. We are all so proud of Meri, we could almost burst!
She kept her scholarship all four years, which required maintaining a 3.9
GPA. She's the first child and grandchild on all sides of the family
to graduate from college. Now she's spending the summer doing her
student teaching in northern Utah.
Here she is all decked out in her cap and gown and
ribbons and medals and cords. Gorgeous, as always.
Some lucky fourth-grade boys get Miss Craven as their
first teacher crush. My teachers never looked like this!
Bethany, the youngest daughter, spent a couple of weeks in
Europe touring with the Emory Chamber Choir in Germany, Poland, and
thereabouts. Then one of her pals and she palled around France,
Belgium, and England for a bit. I'm so looking forward to the
Yorkshire tea she's bringing me back.
It must have been an exciting trip, to be sure.
Beth managed to not only lose her banc card, but also the American Express
credit card I gave her to forestall emergencies. Ah well.
Three Weird Sisters are over for a rehearsal tonight. A
little backup recording may get done on Terrance's CD while they're
here. Oh, and speaking of backup recording, I'm filling in with a
little bodhran for a group called The
Border Collies on their new CD, The Road to Swannaona.
I'm off to make Italian sausage
frittata now for dinner. Bill and I are doing The Zone diet,
so we're all into balancing our proteins with our carbs and our fats.
Doen't that just sound appetizing? The concept... no, but the