Paca suit

Here’s LRN1 in his new suit, for which he paid $6.  That’s right, six bucks.  And it was worth every cent, I can assure you.  I’m not sure the pants exactly match the jacket, though.  Maybe he was just trying on the jacket part in this photo.  Part of my famous Guatemala series.

Welcome to Morrowlife post number 900!  That’s a lot of posts.  A lot.  I must be one of the most prolific bloggers in the neighborhood.  If only I had something to say.

But there won’t be much to say tonight.  Home Evening is over, it’s late, and I need to get to bed.

My plans for scout camp this week are in a bit of disarray.  Things keep coming up at work.  For one thing, lots of other people are gone this week and I don’t know whether I have anybody I can ask to take care of things in my absence.  For another, we have a bit of work to accomplish that I really ought to be seeing to personally.  I at least need to be up at camp on Wednesday evening, so I’ll be gone that day.  Except that an important meeting I’m supposed to attend has been called early in the afternoon.  I’ll have to try to weasel out of it somehow.

I was asked to be the lead program manager for one of the church’s iPhone applications today.  I accepted the job.  There’s no pay, of course – this is strictly volunteer.  The first release of the app is supposed to be at the end of this month, so there’s a lot of work to do between now and then.  We’re hoping to have a kickoff meeting with the other volunteers sometime tomorrow.  I need to get access to the codebase and get going.  I’m really excited about it!  It’s an application I would use anyway, and now I definitely will.  In fact, I’ll have a pre-release version on my phone within a couple of days, I’m pretty sure.  I hope this will be the first of many opportunities to volunteer with the church software developers.

Let’s see, what else is going on?  Oh, I had a very nice Father’s Day.  My family showered me with gifts – got a new pencil tip for my soldering iron, which I wanted very badly.  Also got a cool Energizer headlight to use for soldering, this eliminating the need to hold my flashlight in my mouth.  Much better solution, and I look totally cool with the big, bright light on my forehead.  Also received a really cool new three-hold punch, which was also badly wanted.  LRN5 baked me a couple of pies, both of which were delicious.  And LRN5 and LRN12 were here yesterday.  So it was a great day.

And there’s no more time.  I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this shocking food violence news: condiment crime spree!

See you tomorrow.

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