Stephanie is teaching a class at the LaGrange Art League called "Creating Abstract Art Using The 'Pour' Method."
Details, and sign-up information are on their site. She's taught this class in the past to much acclaim and much positive feedback. Classes are now under way, but there's still time to sign up and join the fun!

The next Tamale Hut Cafe Reading Series night will be on Saturday, June 23, and Matt will be reading the next chapter of his new "Barnstormers" story. You can read the previous chapter on his web site at On that site you can sign up for his mailing list, and you will receive the entire Barnstormers story to date, most chapters with content not read at the Tamale Hut.

For more information about Stephie's art, please also check out
For Matt's writing projects, please go to Enjoy your visit here!

02/25/04: Happy Birthday, Chris! Probably because we haven't lived in the same state for many years, I don't have any digital pictures of you, so I swiped this picture off of an interview site I found. Had I known you were coming in for Dad's birthday, I would have brought my camera! Anyway, I hope you had a great day, and your present is late (as usual) but it's on its way!

02/23/04: And we're back! The main page has been down since Friday, probably because of a user ID problem (I'm waiting for a follow-up message from our ISP) but it seems to be back up now. I don't know that it had inconvenienced anyone, but it bugged me. Thanks, Parcom for getting us back on-line.

Stephie and I spent a couple hours last night watching Junkyard Wars on TLC, and I have to say, it was pretty interesting. What got us to watch was the blurb in the TV Guide describing the show. They had teams from three Hollywood special effects houses (ILM, Henson, and KNB) building "the ultimate fighting robot — it must breathe fire, shoot bullets, and save the world from an alien invasion." It's being rerun Tuesday night (2/24) and next Sunday (2/29). We enjoyed it so much we watched it with the commercials! Check it out.

02/15/04: Happy Birthday, Dad! You're the best!

02/15/04: Happy Birthday, Stephie! You are the best, too!

02/09/04: I've noticed that a lot of people use their personal web sites to list what music they are listening to, what they are reading at the time, or what movies or TV shows that they like. Well, in addition to keeping up with our regular broadcast TV favorites, we've just finished The Adventures of Captain Marvel serial (which I bought for the second time: never did get the Laserdisc), and Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere (which I just recently read in paperback) that we got from Netflix.

We're now watching the late, lamented Tick TV series complete on DVD. I have to commend Fox for taking a chance on this series, but condemn them in the same breath for the way they dumped it on the market. No, it's not a series for kids (actually, neither was the hilarious Saturday-morning cartoon, really) but to delay it to mid-season, bury it on Thursday night against the last 10 minutes of the "Super-Sized Friends" nonsense, and constantly pop-up those annoying ads for "Temptation Island" over the action was just like pounding a big red "cancelled" stamp over the series before it got a chance to get going. I'm not saying that it would run longer than Gunsmoke if it had the chance, but it deserved better than it got. Just like the other program by the same producers, the criminally short-lived Maximum Bob. Quality TV like this gets dropped like a hot potato, while the networks give us the next "Who Will Survive A Fat, Obnoxious, Average Joe, Bachelor/Bachelorette Apprentice Idol Makeover?" Bah.

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