Month: January 2011

Virtual Moving Day!

Well, I finally decided to do it.  I decided to try my hand at my own website.  So, now it is moving day for PSST0101, Linux Sagas, and Digital Eagle.  The new sites are,, and of course,

Also, here is my first attempt at the home page for the Digital Eagle site:

A snapshot of the Digital Eagle Homepage.

Here are some of the reasons I am switching:

  • Gives me more control over my blogs
  • Allows me to install more plugins that will help with things like posting source code, etc.
  • Gives me experience with a website
  • Allows me to control the ads on the blogs (I found some ads that was placing in my blog)

I am sorry for the inconvenience, but I would appreciate any comments and suggestions — particularly on the Home Page.

Great Link: Alphabet Coloring Pages

Kent has been doing great at learning his letters.  One of the cool tools that we have found is to use letters that you can color.  Kent loves his new scissors that he got for Christmas so he cuts the letters out when he finishes coloring them.  Then, we arrange the letters in different combinations and practice sounding them out.

Here is where I found all of the letters:

Alphabet Coloring Pages

Great Link: Awana at Home Parent Kit JellyTelly Edition

In going through my email, I found this link to Awana’s website.  I enjoy both the Awana clubs and VeggieTales.  We have watched most of VeggieTales movies, and I found Phil Vischer’s book Me, Myself, and Bob very interesting, which led me to wonder what Jelly Telly was all about.

On the other side, I have gotten into the Awana clubs at church.  The organization is impressive in many ways: quality materials, contagious vision, etc.  At the beginning of last year, I saw the Awana at Home program for the first time.  Ever since then, I have been

Link: Awana at Home Parent Kit JellyTelly Edition