Tuesday, January 31, 2006

New Year's Eve (attempt 2)

Kevin, me, Joe, and Alisha

Joannah, David, Dana, me, Cara and Mark

Alisha, me and Dana

Monday, January 30, 2006

This was an attempt to load multiple photos . . . Done from your profile, create post, add image, browse to image, and keep adding images . . .

The Incredibly Handsome Hershey

Waiting for the debate to begin . . . Posted by Picasa


In the cafeteria today I was informed that the picture I took is not just in the calander, but on the COVER of the school calander. It's got my name on it and everything. I haven't actually seen it yet, this is all just stuff I've heard. Anyhow, I'm pretty thrilled.

I can only figure out how to post one picture as well.


Part of my dorm room. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, January 29, 2006

Hershey, the wonder dog, costumed for a festive night on the town! Posted by Picasa

New Year's Eve Black and White Party

Dana and I before we went to the party:
I actually just wanted to post something, so I thought I would follow up James' posting of New Year's pictures with my own. I, however, could not figure out how to post more than one picture from Picasa, so all you get is the one before picture. Posted by Picasa

A Mother's Plea

Saturday, January 28, 2006

How I spent New Year's

Washington, DC, late December 2005. From the left, you've got Craig, me, Lea, Chris, and Jon.

(Yes, Jon has a talent for self-potraits, but either he also has a talent for capturing me with my eyes closed. This is one of a series of such pictures.)

Oh, look what you’ve done to this rock ’n’ roll clown

Long Island Sound from the Acela Express, February 2005

Why is there a rather unremarkable year-old picture posted above?

To show that we can. There's an integration between Blogger and Picasa that makes it very easy to post properly shunk pictures to this blog. Check out the Murphies' archives for more info.

Keeping up with the Joneses. Er, the Murphies.

Four things.

Firstly, James, good idea. If we actually post on this, I think it should be great fun for all. Mmm, bloggy.

Secondly, I think congratulations are in order for Caleb. YAY!

Thirdly, I am currently in Kaitlin's dormroom. We went to see her school's musical last night and it was PHENOMENAL! Her best friend and roomate, Colleen, ended up being the murderer (the murderer was voted on by the audience). She was most excellent. Kaitlin says "Hi."

Fourthly, shouldn't we link to the Murphy's blog in our links, considering they are our source of inspiration?