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2010 had a rough start. You may or my not remember that in the end of 2009 I lost my job. This situation created great difficulty in our household. We managed to get by with much cutting back, help from family and a willingness to wear many, many layers. Amy made lots of amazing food to ease the pain (see photos). In February I landed a temp job at the Bank of America and the timing couldn’t have been better. Bills needed to get paid. The next few months were pretty straight forward–get back on track. In June, I noticed an interesting job online and before I knew it I was offered an amazing job in California for Black Box Distribution. This was good news but life is not simple–lots of logistics are involved in moving across the country. We put our house up for sale (in the worst housing market). Amy is doing her best to maintain and I’m doing my best to do good work and balance that with home. I keep hoping that things will change for the better and some sanity will return to our lives.
I took some silly, super close-up shots of Punkass & Snoop Dogg while stuck in the house, due to snow. See a few more here. –> John Freeborn’s Flickr
After months of dilly dally I’ve finally procured the materials to complete the joystick necklace that I teased when I got the laser cut parts. So, now you can actually go and buy one of these on my etsy shop. I’ll post them into my online store soon…yeah soon.
Just a quick test post… More to come. Now using wPhone plugin for wordpress!
Two days, two pics.
|Random pug photo, my pal Punkass in the laundry basket. What a freak show he is, but that’s why we love him.
|and the verdict is….
only you can decide his fate!!!
photos, text, and sequence assembled by my wife, Amy S. Kauffman
|My wife, Amy, and Punkass play some funny games. Punkass is all business when it comes to cherrios.
In geek news, if you love nintendo and burning old cartidges to create japan import hybrids that work in a domestic nintendo then this link is for you.
|Snoop Dogg got his right eye fixed yesterday. It turns out he was going blind. He’s not even two years old yet! Dr. Gross performed the cateract removal/lens implant surgery on our little guy. He’s home and recovering now.|