No more “upgrades” or enhancements. I’ve learned my lesson.
Oh, OK. Maybe one or two, here and there.
Sun, Jun 27th Update:
Family Tree back online, and fully functional. Took three rolls of duct tape, but it’s done. Last thing to do is to reinstall the bulletin board/discussion module.
Sat June 26th Update:
Finally. Photogallery reinstalled. Still some cleanup to do there, but at least the pictures for photoblogging are back online.
Family Tree and Weather modules need to be reinstalled. Also need to figure out the recipe module.
Fri June 25th Update:
OK. I have to reinstall the photogallery, weather, and family tree modules. Oh. And find the pictures, too.
All this work, only to put things back the way they were.
I suppose I should set up a “test” site, huh, before I start futzing around with life code.
I tried installing a module that busted the website. Then I tried upgrading. And that busted the website some more.
So here it is – back online.
Mostly. You’ll notice some of the modules are missing, and I’ll be replacing those as I can.
I apologize for the inconvenience.
There’s an interesting site which talks about each of these movies: spiritofbaraka.com
- Winged Migration
To take the place of the one that was stolen:
An incised slab in the churchyard at Kinkell, Aberdeenshire is believed to be the monument of Robert de Greenlaw, who died in 1411. On the slab, at the figure’s right hip, hangs a sword of very distinctive shape, with a wheel pommel and dramatically down-turned quillons. This replica, made by Del Tin Antiche, Italy, is very similar to that sword, and others found from that period. The same distinctive “claymore” downturned-quillons would later become a hallmark of the famous two-handed swords of the Scots Highlanders. This sword features a steel crossguard and pommel, a wooden grip wrapped in leather, and a fullered steel blade of chrome vanadium steel.
She spends more time on her tummy than on her back now, and is working mightily to get both her front and back up at the same time. She manages to get them both up and ready to go…just not at the same time.
She’s also getting pretty adept at scooting and turning around on her tummy, as witnessed in yesterday’s shots when she turned 180 degrees in bed.
3:22 – I’m always happy when it’s time to get up!
3:38 – Oh, brother. It’s this thing again. What do I do with it, exactly?
3:38 – Hmmmm…. Yeah. I got nothin’.
3:40 – Drinking my juice.
3:41 – Yeah, still drinking my juice.
3:41 – Yo! Still drinking my juice over here!
3:50 – I don’t think that toy is supposed to be hanging from my chair!
5:12 – Feet are great to hold onto!
5:15 – Everybody’s doin’ the locomotion. Except me…
6:29 – Sometimes, a girl is just too tired to even eat.
Found a copy of the Lyon/McClain family gedcom I’d posted online several years ago, and it has been imported into the family tree.
There’s some still some cleanup to do, and I’ll need to add info that was removed when I posted the file online, but the info is at least in the tree now.
I’m still figuring out the importing procedures.
I imported some family information from my wife’s side of the family, and they didn’t quite synch up.
So I combined the files on my laptop, using Reunion genealogy software for the Macintosh, and am reimporting the files into the website.
I also plan on installing some bulletin board software so I can host discussions about DaddyFu, Genealogy, or any other topics addressed on this site.
You heard…er…read it here first. I think Emma is going to be a lefty, just like her mom.
Also, she’s getting more vocal as time goes on. Right now, she is still in “vowel movement” mode,with a few consonants thrown in, and occasionally, her vocal stylings have the cadence of speech. I keep trying to get her to say “mommy” or “daddy” or “I’m Emma Lyon and I’m running for President of the United States and I’d like your vote.”
OK. Maybe not the last part. Not yet.