Arya Rose Parker Arrives on Winter Solstice - 2016
(Posted 12/22/2016) -
After laboring through most of Tuesday (Dec 20th), Kat delivered a beautiful baby girl on the morning of the 21st - the day of the Winter Solstice.
Try the News archive to catch-up on our activities, or visit the Hurt Families website to see what our relatives are doing these days. The Media page includes my musical compositions, slides, videos, and gallery photos with descriptions for each picture.
The Soapbox archive includes miscellaneous ramblings by yours truly. It is in a sense, my blog on the world at large.
Since I live in a high-tech environment I often post solutions to problems I've encountered; you may find an entry of interest buried in the Tech-Talk archive.
If you are building a home I suggest you take a look at our home-building journal (in the archives). If nothing else you'll get an appreciation for such projects.
I also maintain a multi-family website, called appropriately, The Families. Since late 2002 it has been accessible to and used by dozens of extended family members around the country.
I would hope that as members of this extended family develop their own websites they consider linking to the URL's of The Families, and The Wallaces of Glen Ellyn websites.
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I'd like to plug my music here ... In 2014 I started recording instrumentals / vocals using a digital recorder. I think they are suitable for sharing and would welcome feedback from anyone who takes the time to listen. The music genre is jazz/rhythm and blues. Here's a link to the media page where my music (MP3's) can be found.
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