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Friday, May 30, 2008

First week of summer vacation.

Schools been out a full week and today was the first one where I could stay home and try to work on my writing. We've cleaned up the yards, and the house. Got my computes in storage for the summer, but I'll need to finish closing down the classroom next week. Not that much more to do.
We've done some shopping and have been out on the golf course a couple of times.
The weather has finally turned nice if just a little windy in the evenings.
Slowly, but surely I'm getting all our vinyl albums converted to cd's and on the computer.
With a two-year-old and a five-year-old in the house it's hardly ever quiet.

2 comments:

Michael Manning said...

Ah, technology! Listen, I was slow in warming up to CD's. Truly! What ultimately sold me was a discussion on an escalator with a friend who advised me that one could actually hear Joni Mitchell draw a breath between verses. I tried them. The sound was so clean. No scratches, bumps and clips. ENJOY!

P M Prescott said...

CD's are nice, and you can burn nearly ten hours of music onto one as a data disc (MP3). That still left the problem of all the vinyl we had accumulated before the CD's. It's nice to be able to listen to this music again without having to change sides every fifteen minutes.