TigerMan graduated tonight. He was on his best behavior during the evening’s ceremony, so needless to say we were pretty sure he wasn’t going to graduate. The exam was a tough one. He had to: sit, stay, lay down, “watch me”, come and walk nicely on his leash. The last one was the toughest for… Continue reading Graduation Day
Last night we went to the Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Soul 2 Soul Tour 2007 at the American Airlines Center. Not being a fan of country music I wasn’t sure what I would think but it turned out to be a good concert. All of the lights and staging were good plus we had… Continue reading Dallas Country
Someone mentioned this video to me yesterday, so being somewhat of an Apple fan, I thought I would pass it along.
A friend of ours is moving to Tokyo so I’ve compiled a list of facts about Tokyo. The word Toyko means “Eastern capital” 35 million people live in the greater Tokyo area making it the largest metropolitan area in the world. Dallas-Fort Worth has 4.6 million making it the 53rd largest Symbols: Flower – Cherry… Continue reading Tokyo Edition
The Polar Bears are almost ready to hit the field this season. Yes, I’m getting ready to start the Fantasy Football Season. The team started out strong last season only to see their fortunes plummet. They ended with a record of 4-9 and 10th place. This is the year the Polars will strive to break… Continue reading Polar Bears prepare for another season
I’ve decided to turn my blog into something a little more general than just advertising and technology so as a first step in that direction, a picture of my dog.
Ikea, the low cost furniture superstore, ensures that you have the right perception when you walk into their store. When visiting yesterday, the first products we encountered were glass tea candle holders for 29 cents a piece. That first impression of a great deal, lasted through out our visit, even as we passed more expensively… Continue reading Creating a perception