Pushing a 225 50 R17 (this set of mags was once on daddy’s Crown, but they scraped the wheelwells on even small bumps and made manual steering very heavy!).
I ran around doing errands all day after waking up fairly late – Nam got up early to do something and she’s off doing something again. I’d protest that it’s better for her to lay around and get rest, but everybody deals with this kind of stress in different ways. We are excited, and happy, and anxious.
Tomorrow is a big day.
The C-section is scheduled for 9 am. I plan to watch. Max will be with his babysitter, and later at grandma’s house with his aunt. I will be caregiver for a week or so, in between teaching what few classes I have this week (there are holidays on Monday and Thursday).
Washington post correction:
“A Nov. 26 article in the District edition of Local Living incorrectly said a Public Enemy song declared 9/11 a joke. The song refers to 911, the emergency phone number.”
I’m testing Google’s public DNS servers out. If your ISP’s DNS servers suck or you are just curious, you can try it out too: Configuring your network settings to use Google Public DNS
Note: They have the coolest IP addresses:
We are officially scheduled to arrive at the private hospital behind SermThai department store at 8:00 on Sunday morning. We went to check out everything in person tonight and take over some documents from Nam’s OBGYN. I have been informed that I can watch the caesarian if I so desire… I’m still thinking about that one.
A small mountain of luggage has been prepared for the few days to a week stay we are planning on; I’ll load it in the car tomorrow.
We went to the clinic today for a final checkup and it seems the baby may be a big one… If head size is any indication, perhaps even four kilograms!
We are in a unique state of being anxiously busy yet trying to relax…
In older news, Chrome is the new Firefox, Firefox is the new IE, IE is dead dead dead, Netscape is the old Mosaic, and Opera is still Opera. Oh, and Safari isn’t as good as Chrome.
* I’m currently using mainly Chrome on my laptop, FF on my desktops (I’m addicted to too many extensions and have invested too much time on tweaks/shortcuts/optimizations to give it up, but it’s too slow on my portables), and Opera as a secondary on both, but am finding too many sites designed to hate Opera…