Wednesday, June 21


Smiling Sun...Today is the first day of summer. And as if on cue we're supposed to get into triple-digits -- 103 degrees.

...We had the first squash out of the garden last evening. Yes, it tasted great!

...There are still a million things happening at once in the Boydston household. At least we're doing better than the 2 million things happening at once -- which has been the case for the past few weeks.

...You're on your own now. Mentors and coaches are on the way out. Not enough time.

...Smaller cities in the sun-belt are the fastest growing. Housing costs are the defining factor.

...Southwest Airlines is testing assigned seating. I kind of like the open seating approach. But not everyone enjoys the cattle call.

...I downloaded the latest version of the Opera web-browser (9.0 -- released yesterday). Very clean. Very fast. And Opera will now support pages -- although it doesn't fully support blogger. Yet, even with the small occasional quirks Opera is a browsing pleasure.

..."Americans are less interested in spending time in natural surroundings like national parks because they are spending more time watching television, playing video games and surfing the Internet, according to a new study."
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