A real then and now thought

Last night while having dinner, I was watching my wife feed our son, and enjoying the slow cooker chicken and dumplings meal she’d started earlier that morning. (Now the picture makes a little more sense, doesn’t it?) It’s funny to see what he’d eat. His own plate of c&d, green beans, and applesauce. And the Read More…

Poking a hole in a Wordfence

Always love when plugin updates break something that was working. Love it even more when then vendor’s are able to quickly identify the problem and offer the solution that actually works on the first try.  Thanks Wordfence for breaking my connection to Jetpack.  Good to know you are doing what you’re supposed to (except for Read More…

Good eats

My wife recently fixed chicken enchilada stuffed green peppers for dinner, and another night made a side of parmesan summer veggies (rows of sliced yellow squash, zucchini, and roma tomatoes sprinkled with parmesan cheese and baked/roasted in the oven). Today, I had those as left overs for lunch. I just gotta say, my wife can Read More…

Is there a Doctor in the House?

In case you missed it yesterday, Dr. Ben Carson was grilled by Congressional members on his appointment to HUD Secretary.  To be fair, I didn’t watch it myself due to work, but one highlight in the news today really jumped out, and I gotta say, I love the response. Someone asked what the best way Read More…

Arg….

Head, meet desk (or other similarly hard surface).  Never before have I had such a frustrating experience with a pair of computers.  If I joined the computers to Azure AD domain, I couldn’t get the InTune software for application deployment installed.  If I did the InTune software forst, I couldn’t get them to join the Read More…