July 17, 2007


A little girl named China at the day camp decided I needed my hair redone. After a few minutes I had a fab side-ponytail. Not too shabby for someone so young.

It's been interesting working around a group of kids with such diverse ages. They're always honest, many times shy, and occasionally chaotic. It's refreshing, in a way, though it has taken time for them to get really used to me and each day I come is a bit of starting over with the group constantly changing. It is also a lot different depending on the age group. I've found that either everyone wants to have their picture taken, or they want to run away because it's not cool. I'm probably shy too.

Later on in the day...
"What are those spots all over your face?"
"They're freckles."
"Can't you just rub them off?"
"Nope, it's just the way I am. Sometimes I wish I could though."
"That's too bad. I like your face."

July 12, 2007

My Very First Website

It's a work in progress, that's for sure. And there's a lot of photos to post. But with learning it in a few days, I'm sure I'll grow and it will get better.


July 8, 2007

Slideshow Programs

So here are a couple of inexpensive programs to put slideshows into Flash or slideshows into Dreamweaver.
For this one you can put the slideshow into your Flash production, but then make changes and update it without having to go through your Flash file and make changes that way. Seems to have some production options as well.
This one you can add slideshows to your Dreamweave productions... it's an extension.

July 6, 2007


July 4, 2007

A Start.

Here are a few pictures from a project I'm starting. It's going to take time and be built over a series of different stories, so for now I'm getting going with a day camp.

July 1, 2007

14 days and over 6,000 miles

So I'm jumping on the bandwagon and starting a blog. In between finishing up work at The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg, VA and starting school at Syracuse University, we took a quick cross-country road trip that got us all the way to Seattle. Here are a few pictures from our trip.

It rained a good chunk of the drive out.


The plains.

Luxury Accomodations in Yellowstone thanks to the snow.

Seeing sea lions.

Millie hits the Pacific in Oregon.