Last Dance of the Year

Busy as I’ve been today, I took an extended break to go to Milly’s dance class today.  It was the last one of the year and Miss Michelle let the parents sit inside the dance room to watch all their little girls perform some of the dances they’ve been learning.  Milly seemed very excited that I was going and couldn’t wait to get me into the studio. I love watching Milly dance.  She doesn’t pay the best attention and she’d always a little behind, and there are a lot of moves she can’t quite do or hasn’t figured out yet, but it’s cute and I can tell she’s trying.  She is, for the record, the smallest and youngest girl in …

#1 Duke

I don’t know if I’ve mentioned it yet, but Nextwave has had a lot to do lately.  I’ve got two websites I’m trying to finish before the end of the year.  I’ve got a rough draft for a book cover I’m working on for someone, then I’ve got to look into updating their homepage and starting some social media management for them.  Then I’ve got an SEO campaign that I’ll be starting once some details are ironed out.  Then I’ve got another site that wants to revamp their homepage somewhat.  I’ve also got a site to transfer to my server, but as I found out today, their current host is running low on space, which is hindering my ability to …

Dunks, Waffles, Books and Visitors

I volunteered at church this morning, running cameras.  It was a nice week to do it because I had the honor of helping film the baptism of Glenn, one of the other camera/production volunteers.  I don’t know him really well, but we work together sometimes and he’s always been good to talk to. On top of that, there was a waffle station set up backstage for the volunteers, and it made some of the best, light waffles I’ve ever had.  Aaron, one of the other camera guys, joked with me because I put powdered sugar, syrup and whipped cream on mine.  We likened it to Buddy the Elf and he called it a Dotsey waffle. And then, on top of …