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!

08/31/04: Happy Birthday, Moms! Matt's Mom (on the right) celebrates her birthday today, and Stephie's Mom (on the left) celebrated her birthday last week, on August 26th. We love you both.

Actually, between them, Rose (8/28), Matt (8/30), and Judy (9/2), there's lots of birthdays to celebrate around this time of year. And plenty of opportunities for CAKE!

08/26/04: According to the web site I check each day for trivia to put on my voice mail greeting at work, today is the birthday of French ballooning pioneer Joseph Montgolfier's birthday. How did I know who Joseph Montgolfier was?

Because I remember there was a Monty Python skit called "The Golden Age of Ballooning", featuring the Montgolfier brothers.

Knowledge sometimes comes from strange places.

08/17/04: Those of you who have known us for any length of time probably know that Stephie and I went to the Olympics in Atlanta in '96. We got there the morning of the Opening Ceremonies, which we attended, and left the day of the Closing Ceremonies, which we have on tape and haven't quite gotten around to watching yet. In between, we saw almost an event a day. (And no, we weren't around for the bomb. We were in Tennessee that day, visiting friends.) While we weren't able to get tickets to any swimming or gymnastics events, we did see a lot of competition that doesn't get a lot of broadcast time, like fencing or team handball. And it was great!
I was looking through the TV listings for what will be on TV for this years' Olympics, and I see that MSNBC in particular is scheduled to show a lot of those "other" sports that got virtually no coverage during the Sydney games. Before we went to Atlanta, my idea of the Summer Games was pretty much track & field, swimming, diving, and weightlifting. I mean, if not for Rulon Gardner beating the supposedly unbeatable Russian, would you even know that they had Greco-Roman Wrestling?
So while the evening coverage is all over the gymnastics, the pool events and the track stuff, I suggest tuning into some of the other, lesser-known events. After all, Stephie and I saw the women's soccer team win the gold in Atlanta, but the field hockey match we attended was just as exciting, with the participants playing just as hard as in any other event. I also recommend tuning in to team handball, which was a little bizarre to watch but no less exciting, and fencing, in which I hear on the radio that there's a chance for a US medal.

08/16/04: Chris, I took down the scans I posted last week. If you need them again, let me know

08/04/04: Stephanie has won an Honorable Mention ribbon in the August show at the LaGrange Art League. Click here to see her latest award-winning piece! And remember, you can click on the picture for a much larger view.

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