Welcome to our web site. For more information about Stephie's art, please also check out artbystephie.com.
For Matt's writing projects, please go to storiesbymatt.net. Enjoy your visit here!

06/29/03: Happy Birthday, Ricky! That's him in the picture from a couple years ago with me and Cheyenne. He's the one in the hat. Don't ask about the weird point on the top of my head! Anyway, we hope you had a great day, and have a terrific summer, because before you know it, it's High School time!

Also, I set up the menu on the left as a JavaScript file, so that when I add more pages to the site (like Stephanie's pictures hopefully this week) I won't have to go in and edit each and every html file in the entire site. Maybe I should look into a program to automate this instead of hand-editing the files. Hmmm...

06/25/03: Happy Anniversary, Mom & Dad! Don't know what I would do without you. (Well, actually I wouldn't be here without you.) Hope you are out having fun.

Also, our friend Diane was on the radio last week! If you have Real Audio installed, you can listen to her do her frog imitation by clicking here.

06/17/03: Just back from the first day of Intermediate Dog Training class, and I figure I should put up some pictures of Kisu. If you got the adoption announcement via e-mail, you may have seen these before, although there are a couple new ones.

06/15/03: Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there, regardless if their "kids" have two legs or four. A special Happy Father's Day to our Dad, the best Dad in the world! We're gonna give that new grill a workout today!

06/14/03: Welcome to the first draft of our web site. This site has grown out of my final project for a web design class that I took at Elmhurst College. I was so happy with the way it turned out that I wanted to share it with the world (or at least with any relatives and friends who have computers). My sister-in-law Laura was kind enough to let me store the site temporarily on her server, but I wanted to make it a little more permanent, and expand on it, so I talked to a co-worker who recommended Parcom as an inexpensive and reliable hosting company.

I waited until Graduation was over and finally decided on a name for the site. I know that .com is supposed to be for companies, but most everyone knows web sites as .com so that's what I went with. I sat down at work (on Friday the 13th) and signed up for this site. I filled out the form on Parcom's site, entered in my credit card information, put in my site name ('mattandstephanie.com') and submitted it. The form came back with none of my information, but had my order number, and prompted me to register the domain. In the meantime, my phone rang, a co-worker asked me a question, and I was otherwise distracted for a minute. I filled out the domain form, entered in my credit card information, put in my site name ('stephanieandmatt.com') and submitted it.

Shortly after that, I received an e-mail from Parcom. It said
"You requested that Parcom register the domain name: stephanieandmatt.com (and approved the request). You requested that Parcom HOST the domain name: mattandstephanie.com Which is the correct combination for hosting and domain registration?"
They must think I'm an idiot. I replied back that they should just use stephanieandmatt.com, since I already approved it. (I later told Stephanie what happened, and she said she liked mattandstephanie.com better. Maybe I'll register that as well and point it to the same site. If I can't keep it straight, it's likely others will have the same problem.

Anyway, enjoy Cheyenne's Pages, and check back later for more stuff. I plan to put some of Stephanie's award-winning art here, as well as pictures of Kisu, and anything else that I think that you may find interesting.

By the way, the pictures on Cheyenne's Pages are randomly selected when the page loads (except for three spots), so you may see different pictures every time the page loads. Refresh often!

Thanks for looking.

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