It’s been a little busy around here.

April 11th, 2006

Saturday, I got Terah switched to Serendipity. Went well, though due to a heisenbug in Drupal involving hitting the Back button at certain times, her entire comment table had been wiped out. Fortunately there was a backup and restoration was easy.

And earlier last week I got an air compressor. It’s amazing how much fun it is to have pressurized air on hand.

Did I say “fun”? I meant “useful”, of course.

I’ll have to write about that soon.

Plus, another potentially Really Big Project that I’ll write about shortly.

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  1. cliff

    “It’s hard to live out in the country, without certain things”.
    Like an air compressor. Remember the above statement when you’re ready for that new chainsaw, tractor and loader, and etc. The trick is making all of the toys, sound necessary.
    An air compressor, IS necessary.

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    John Goerzen Reply:

    Sound advice, Cliff.

    It’s a good thing we live in the country. It just wouldn’t sound right if I tried to get a tractor for a 1/4 acre city plot.

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  2. Warren

    If its what I think it is, it’s more like REALLY, REALLY, REALLY…..BIG, BIG, BIG… Project :)

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    John Goerzen Reply:

    That is part of it. I’ve been waiting to post about it until I have some photos — I think we’ll get some tonight.

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  3. marty

    compressed air good. big project gooder. I hope it’s not “fixing up your truck” that you’re talking about…

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    John Goerzen Reply:

    Nope. But you’ve got the right idea. Just multiply that by about 10 and you’ve got what we’re doing ;-)

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  4. The Changelog

    Last month, I wrote about some reactions to the news that we’re expecting a baby. Now we have some additional news that we’ve been sharing with people. Here are some of the reactions we’re getting.

    “You have NO IDEA what you’re getting in to.”

    *la

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  5. marty

    you’re nuts.

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  6. Steven S Cole

    I liked your site.

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