Sunday, December 31, 2006

A new title available on Amazon.com!

A little inside joke for my extended family, as I am known as Mujibar the "tech support" guy.

Make your own "For Dummies" cover here.

Which Superhero are you?

Your results:
You are Spider-Man
























Spider-Man
90%
Green Lantern
75%
The Flash
65%
Iron Man
65%
Catwoman
60%
Superman
60%
Supergirl
50%
Batman
50%
Robin
45%
Wonder Woman
40%
Hulk
20%
You are intelligent, witty,
a bit geeky and have great
power and responsibility.


Click here to take the "Which Superhero am I?" quiz...

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

A leaf alone


Isn't it interesting that when I look at this picture, my mind tells me that the sun hurts my eyes and I squint?!

Does it happen to you?

Christmas in Pennsylvania (and NJ)

All Christmas photos are here.

Saturday, December 23, 2006

Photo Friday: Weather



I couldn't decide which shot to post, so YOU get two. I know - I look out for you.

Posted for Photo Friday contest: Weather.

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Who says trees don't bleed?



We made our annual trek to Beck's Christmas Tree Farm in Stone Church, PA yesterday. Album here.

Bath time is lots of fun!




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Villa Milagro Vineyard

A client and friend, Steve Gambino and his wife Audrey, announced the release of their 2005 wines. These are the first grapes to make it in the bottle ever from their brand-new vineyard in Finesville, NJ.




Rosie's - $12.99 a bottle
Carlo's Red - $13.99 a bottle
Luz - $17.99 a bottle
Mostly - $18.99 a bottle
Noche - $19.99 a bottle

For more information, contact Steve Gambino. Or visit their website (currently under construction) at http://www.villamilagrovineyards.com

Beth's 40th Birthday!!!

Wednesday, December 6, 2006

James Kim: Father, Husband, Hero

Eleven days ago, a family traveling from Oregon on the way home to San Francisco went missing.  After an intense 9 day search, their vehicle is located on a snow-covered back road that they took a wrong turn onto.  Only the wife and two small girls aged 4 years and 7 months were present.  The wife/mother fed the kids all the food they had and then had to breast feed both children to keep them alive.  She did this in overnight temperatures of 20 degrees for 9 days and nights.

James Kim, the husband and father left on Saturday morning for help telling his wife he will return in a few hours if he can't find help  Today, on the eleventh day, his body was found "a long distance" away from the car by SWAT team members who were lowered from a helicopter.  There were literally 100s of rescuers out there, living on adrenaline in hopes to find him alive - they must feel horrible today.

I really feel a connection to James and his family.  First, I have watched him on CNET, secondly he has two little girls. I have been hoping he would be found alive, but I guess it wasn't meant to be.  I can totally see myself in what he did.  If I was in that situation, I would have done the exact same thing James did - he had to go for help - he had no way of knowing how long it would be until someone came.  He had to do whatever it took so his children and wife could live on. 

I guess that's my true definition of a father and husband and a hero.  Godspeed, James.  You died knowing that you did everything in your power to get help for your family, and they will know it forever.


http://news.com.com/James+Kim+found+deceased/2100-1028_3-6141498.html?tag=cnetfd.ld1

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/12/06/missing.family/index.html

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/16070337/