Last night was our (Dad and I) first guitar class of the fall term. We’d taken the class last fall, but then got too busy to take the next terms until this September.
Anyway, I was glad that we’d been practicing, and didn’t have to struggle with trying to relearn the the chords and strumming patterns. Luckily, from all the practicing, our fingers had the beginnings of tiny callouses on the tips of our fingers. They will get thicker from playing longer, but it’s nice to have that little pad to keep your fingers from getting those huge dents in your fingertips that hurt so bad.
Over all, it was good, and I had fun. Can’t wait for next wednesday!
Left: my guitar, a Spectrum, Right: Dad’s guitar, a Lyon by Washburn
Trace is curious to see why I was staring at an odd shaped wooden box, through the camera.
Threecollie at Northview Diary, wrote a post about the new changes to Site Meter. I couldn’t have said it better.
My mom and I are both Site Meter users and we have a love/hate relationship with it. The passwords are so annoying. It would be easier for everybody if they let you pick your own password, than trying to remember some letter combination that has to be all capitals. I don’t know if Blogger has it’s own web stats or not. If it does, I haven’t found it yet. I think I would definitely switch if there was.
Last week Site Meter sent out an email to all of its users, saying that the site was going to be down on the weekend of September 12th – 14th, so my mom and and I stayed out of it. But as you can read in Threecollie’s post, they made some major changes: all graphs and microscopic print. They must have gotten so many emails to change it back, that now it’s back to what it used to be. Luckily, I missed all of this!
It drives me up a wall when someone changes where all the buttons are when they were just fine the way they were. Seems like they just let you get used to where everything is, and then it’s time to change everything again.
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