Baby Pictures

So, Chelsea got these pictures of our baby from the doctor. Although she generally frowns on my posting pictures of her insides, in this case we are making an exception. I just can’t believe there’s a little person growing inside of her. Well, here they are, ladies and gentlemen! Our baby’s first pictures:

Home Sick; Website Updates

I woke up feeling quite sick this morning, so I didn’t go to work or school. I like to joke with my wife that I am getting “sympathy” sickness.

So, instead of just staying in bed all day, I got around to improving this website some. I made the pages look better and more consistent. I like this new look better; I hope everyone else does, too.

Chelsea went to the baby doctor for the first time today. She hasn’t come back yet, but I hope that she and the baby are going to be healthy for the duration of her gestation. Also, we got a home inspection done on the house we itnend to buy in Kaysville. It had some big plumbing problems, so we’re going to have to negitiate with the sellers to see what can be done to repair them.

My Computer Geekiness Rating

Over the weekend, my wife and I bought a house in Kaysville. We are trying to get all the arrangements done so we can close by the end of the month, if possible. All this while taking 12 credit hours at the university, plus working in excess of 40 hours a week at work.

Speaking of work, I recently finished developing a web-based time-sheet program for the employees to use. I think it will be a lot better than our current paper-based system. It is cool to see it do all the math automatically, and in real-time. I am fairly pleased with my work on the project.

In other news, I was visiting a coworker’s website at http://jobexel.no-ip.info, and noticed that he posted his and his friend’s “Computer Savviness” score. So, in taking the nerd test myself, here are the results I got:


My computer geek score is greater than 90% of all people in the world! How do you compare? Click here to find out!

The funny part is, a number of the questions involved now-archaic practices, such as having played Pong on an original Atari, and having operated a Commodore64. (Both of which I have done, even though I am fairly young in age.) That is to say, even though the test seems aimed towards older geeks, I acheived a high score anyway.