The House of Brown is recovering from a joyous Resurrection Weekend, also known as Easter by many throughout the world.
It’s hard to believe our oldest son will begin school this upcoming year.
Five years has flown by and many memories have been made, especially with the addition of his 3 year-old brother and 1 year-old sister.
With time flying by, I’m taking advantage of every opportunity to cherish, enjoy, and relish in the their moments.
Before long, they’ll all have graduated and striking out into the world to make a sizable and lasting societal contribution, fulling God’s purpose for their lives.
Most churches deem this their “Super Bowl” Sunday in terms of attendance, having an uptick in guests since most opt to attend church with their families this special day of worship.
When you’re into domains as much as I am, then you tend to value and study the use of all sorts of domains — no matter your preference.
As most know, I started this blog primarily because I often filter the world through my daily interactions and discovery of domain names used by all walks of life.
One of the things I cherish most about the domain industry is the various, diverse relationships that make up the industry. Talk about all walks of life. We, the domain industry, are that and more.
We’re all impacted, whether positive, negative, or in between, by the media in which we consume and produce. No matter how small or large our platforms, we’re all producing and consuming media powerhouses.
I was reminded of these very thoughts as I strolled by a poster tacked to a Rudy’s Bulletin Board on my way to consuming some breakfast taco goodness. ?
Now that things are somewhat quieting down from the holidays, I was able to do a bit of end of year cleaning.
I’ve tidied up my office a bit and managed to wrangle my email inbox into a somewhat manageable state to start the new year off right.
Indeed, “Christmas time is here…Happiness and cheer[.]” It’s certainly fun for all that children their favorite time of the year.
Christmas is one of the House of Brown’s most favorite holidays to experience collectively.
And just like the peanuts gang sings yearly, we’ve had snowflakes in the Austin air. We’ve sang carols everywhere while keeping to olden times and ancient rhymes of love and dreams too share.
What a week we had last week when our regularly scheduled Texas weather was interrupted with an early white Christmas for one night.
The snow and ice have long melted, but the ole’ Christmas Spirit is alive and well here in Austin, Texas.
Having a joyous night out at Main Street Bethlehem a few weeks back, my family and I ventured towards Lake Austin to take in the Christmas Light experience Sponsored by Mozart’s and Hula Hut.
A few months ago, our good friend that competed in Austin’s CapTex Triathlon recently competed in the 2017 USAT Aquathlon National Championship, hosted by Pure Austin Fitness at Pure Austin Quarry Lake.
In general, triathlons are a new experience and a whole new world for me to understand.
More so, having a triathlon athlete living with us has opened my and my family’s minds and lives to the importance of healthy living.
It’s not like we didn’t know prior, but actively living life with our “oldest daughter” has brought about a good and positive change in the House of Brown.
Nevertheless, I hadn’t heard of the USAT Aquathlon National Championship, but learned that it’s simply an early morning Splash ’n Dash. 🙂
Despite the Texas Longhorns giving an early Christmas gift win to the Oklahoma State Cowboys in overtime on an ill-advised lob for an interception, it’s been a long but good weekend.
The highlight of today was a field trip over to City of Round Rock’s “Touch a Truck”, which was a hit with our boys.