Friday the 5th of May was a very busy day. It began by driving my girlfriend to the airport so she could go home. She had to take a very early flight in order to make it home because later flights were filling up fast. I then went from the airport directly to work where I worked a long and full day. From the office I had to drive home as quickly as possible because I had to throw my stuff into my bag to go with the family back to the airport to fly to Illinois so that we could drive up to Wisconsin on Saturday to attend my sister’s wedding.
I’m on a roll with installations of WP Blogs, I’ve now set one up for my girlfriend so that she has a site of her own. It’s a simple header/footer, though I think she’ll like it. I’ll have to come up with a better background color then the blue/black gradient, It doesn’t mesh well with the rose. Still I’ve been having a good time with them. Go check out her site.
Long ago I used to update a World66 Map any time I had been somewhere I hadn’t been before, well since then I have been to 2 other states. The reason I think about this now is because I returned to those states a week ago to see my sister get married.
Well all my work on Cap’s Log has inspired me to do some more image editing. I have now created a new version of the Arcadia Station website. Check out the difference between the old version and the new version.Â I guess I just got tired of the site that represented the station I am SM for not having any information.Â I’m really pleased with the results.
Well when I changed my blog software and updated it Mike decided to switch to wordpress too, he’s been having even more fun with plugins then I have. He put his Battlefield 2 stats on his blog as well as a live look at who’s on his teamspeak.
My how time flies. I went to my blog today and noticed, low and behold, that I hadn’t updated it in over a year (15 months to be more exact) and a lot certainly has happened in that year. With this new post I have also replaced my old blogging software (I was never quite happy with Blog:CMS) with WordPress, which I was reluctant to try, but now I find it to be such a good blogging software that I have no idea what I had against it for so long.