June 08, 2004
All members of the household are home. Harry has been introduced to Olivia, but was more interested in seeing Tiffany again. He wasn't quite sure what to make of it when she cried. I think they will do fine, though holding the baby with one hand and petting the dog with the other presents some odd challenges.
On the plus side, I have determined that I can blog one-handed - this entire post was done without my left arm, in which Olivia is currently cradled. My typing is slower and less accurate, and the shift key is not my friend, but I can do it. This opens up all kinds of possibilities.
Posted by Charles Kuffner on June 08, 2004 to See, I do have a life!
OK, somebody had to say it, and I'm just the guy for that sort of thing: http://www.sabrina-online.com/strips/SO_sm93.GIF
You know, if voice recognition software ever realizes its' true potential, you can blog, cradle and pet and the same time.
Just a thought. :-)
You could always type in all-caps. Everyone loves that.
Harry has been introduced to Olivia, but was more interested in seeing Tiffany again. He wasn't quite sure what to make of it when she cried.
You're going to have to do something to keep Tiffany from crying so much. ;)
Welcome home to everyone!
you could bust an e.e. cummings move and ditch caps altogether.
OK, I'll make the other obvious joke:
What is the sound of one hand blogging?
(BTW: Congrats, Kuffs of all ages!)
See, this is why I provide straight lines. I know there are plenty of reliable finishers in my audience for them. Thanks for not disappointing. :-)
ah, but I have the answer for you - get pillowy sofa cushion. Place ankle of your choice across opposite thighal region. Place cushion on thus-created reasonably flat surface. Insert baby. Bounce leg and coo. Blog.
This will, I am sorry to say, only work for about two months.
regarding an earlier commenters remark about voice-recognition software, I find it quite usable. It takes some practice, though.