Saturday, November 10, 2007

Times are changing 

I once wrote about Emily as a toddler and adjusting to daylight savings time. I actually wrote about her refusal to adjust to daylight savings time.

We had the new and improved daylight savings time last Sunday. Keith is about the same age now as Emily was then. The results over the last few days indicate that Keith and Emily are biologically related. Keith, Emily, and I refuse to adjust to daylight savings time. If anyone reading this blog has access to the governor or president, please pass this along. STOP CHANGING TIMES.

Thank you.

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My Inner European wants to drive a 2005-07 Mustang GT 

You can take a pole to find out which country is home to your Inner European.

I had some trouble finding an answer from the lists for a few questions. The question that I had settle for a less than close answer was the car question. My Inner European really wants to drive a Mustang GT from the 2005 redesign. He will settle for a 2006 or 2007. Ford really did good work on bringing back the classic lines of the Mustang.

My Inner American wants to drive the car from the movie Bullitt. A 1968 Mustang GT. "One of the screen's all-time best car chase sequences (at up to 110 miles per hour) was a 10-minute sequence filmed with hand-held cameras up and down the narrow, hilly streets of San Francisco as police lieutenant Frank Bullitt (Steve McQueen) chased after criminals in his car through hazardous intersections. Bullitt's car was a Highland Green, 1968 four-speed Ford Mustang Fastback GT (California yellow-on-black license JJZ 109) powered by a 390/4V big block engine, in pursuit of a black, 1968 four-speed Dodge Charger 440 R/T. The classic chase ended when the bad guys lost control and crashed into a gas station - with a fiery explosion. (Continuity errors in the sequence included an oft-viewed green VW Beetle, and the 6 hubcaps that fell off the Charger's wheels.)"

Oh yeah, my Inner European is Dutch. "Open minded and tolerant. You're up for just about anything."

I wonder if the Dutch like to drive '68 Mustang Fastbacks?



Thursday, November 08, 2007


A few more days of sleepless nights (pardon the pun) and we should be back to this face:

Well, Keith has an ear infection and bronchitis.

BTW, Keith can recognize the Shipley's Donuts logo. I am so proud.

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Wednesday, November 07, 2007

The many faces of a sick child 

I know that there are some days when staying home and resting is just what the doctor ordered. I am glad that I had a schedule yesterday that let me stay home with Keith. Probably a sinus infection that has spread to chest. He has a condition that his pediatrician called a precursor to asthma. He wheezes when he has a respiratory problem, but most days has no problems. Goes to see our physician tomorrow at 9am.



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