I’ve been contemplating jumping ship to WordPress for quite a while now, but I just haven’t had the time or motivation. So what I’ve decided to do is spend a day upgrading to Movable Type 5 instead… If MT5 gives me too much grief, I’ll just switch to WP. And if it works out well, I’ll have a chance to get used to the WordPress interface.
I had one, but I guess it didn’t survive the rigorous explosive testing all my toys volunteered for.
“If you have an afro and I have an afro, it’s perhaps reasonable to expect me to help you out of hairdo camaraderie, but it’s unreasonable to expect the same just because we both have short hair.”
They bear a striking resemblance to each other. And that’s cousin Ty doing the Sweeping Crane staff technique in the background.
Mina and I are sitting in our house with all the lights off, watching headlights go by. It’s funny how in your own house, darkness and shadows can be so wonderful.
Mina’s got it, but we caught it early. The new nanny had seen it before and told us to get it checked out- yay for us finding an experienced nanny. The pediatrician started Mina on an oral course of nystatin; hopefully her whole mouth won’t turn to cottage cheese.
On a related note, Max’s cough is almost gone, which is a big relief. It took way too long for it to get better, and he’s been out of school for eight days now (this week the teachers were gone from Monday to Wed. to Udon Thani for a conference or something). Nam and I have been taking turns watching him and it’s a relief that he can go to school tomorrow so we can FINALLY GET STUFF DONE.
I’m finally getting around to seeing some of our photos from the states.
@Zoomars petting zoo in San Juan Capistrano, where Max rode a pony!