Monthly Archives: April 2009

Beto’s Birthday

Today was our friend Beto’s 23rd birthday – so we had plenty of Pacificos and Coronas! Mexicans have this unfortunate tradition of smashing the birthday person’s face in the cake – which as you can see from the photos below, … Continue reading

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black widows

This is  a common sight when we come home. We can’t seem to figure out a way to discourage them from habitating outside our front door. We found some in the garage earlier today too. Fortunately, they’re normally not interested … Continue reading

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keys to our dog’s health

Our dogs appear to be pretty healthy. We brush their teeth and clean their ears regularly. We brush their coats every day. We exercise them regularly (we call them blood runs because their feet sometimes are not in the best … Continue reading

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El Guero Canelo

Yun and I met with Ben and Lis for dinner tonight at El Guero Canelo which happens to be one of my favorite places. Interestingly enough, there are two locations now in Tucson. The one by our house is very … Continue reading

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Three Ladies Jasmine

Nutritional Facts Serving Size 1/4 cup (49 g) Amounts Per Serving Calories 170 Calories from Fat 0 Total Fat 0 g Saturated Fat 0 g Cholesterol 0 g Sodium 0 g Total Carbohydrates 40 g Sugar 0 g Protein 3 … Continue reading

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fiesta en la casa de Liam

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Fredericksburg, Virginia

I flew into Richmond last weekend to spend a week at work in Frederiksburg, Virginia. It has been an interesting experience. This part of the country is absolutely beautiful and my first thought upon arrival last Saturday was that I … Continue reading

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Easter in Virginia

I flew into Virginia on Saturday for work in Fredericksburg for the week. On Sunday, I visited Bethel Reformed Presbyterian (OPC) for Easter. It was a good service – a sort of hybrid between the RPCNA and the PCA. No … Continue reading

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Emergency Essentials

I received my order from Emergency Essentials today when I arrived home from work. My order consisted of: (3) lidless buckets, (3) red gamma seal lids, and (3) mylar bags. The cost was about $20 per each 6 gallon bucket … Continue reading

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Edmund A. Opitz (1914 – 2006)

I just completed Opitz’s The Libertarian Theology of Freedom and found it insightful and an enjoyable read. I am aware that most people could care less about these things – but I thought I would post a segment of the … Continue reading

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