I’m skeptical of the fact that solitaire is telling me that 5,000 games is 49% of 10,000 games…

I’m skeptical of the fact that solitaire is telling me that 5,000 games is 49% of 10,000 games…

I might play too much Solitaire… But I’ve only got 52 games left to play before I get another badge, if you will. Very excitingg!

I might play too much Solitaire… But I’ve only got 52 games left to play before I get another badge, if you will. Very excitingg!

Can I just point this out? David Hasselhoff is following me on Twitter. See that? The Hoff. Oh, I’d hassel him, all right.

Can I just point this out? David Hasselhoff is following me on Twitter. See that? The Hoff. Oh, I’d hassel him, all right.

I’ve taken on the task of reading 52 books in 52 weeks this year. I’m keeping track on GoodReaadshref>.

This app is great for little updates! After my computer is off for the night, this is so convenient and easy!

I’ve taken on the task of reading 52 books in 52 weeks this year. I’m keeping track on GoodReaadshref>.

This app is great for little updates! After my computer is off for the night, this is so convenient and easy!

Something isn’t right…

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… I love the paid version of this app. No joke.

A seriously proud moment in my life. Don’t judge.

A seriously proud moment in my life. Don’t judge.

Oh, happy day… We’re going to see CAKE!

Oh, happy day… We’re going to see CAKE!

So after having set up a CaringBridge site for my dad, I toyed around a little bit with it.

It’s very basic and super user-friendly. And they have an app for the iPhone which, if you know me at all, is really exciting. Since I’m not at a computer when I’m with my dad- the app is perfect for updating info, journal entries and pictures of when we’re together.

I seriously recommend this service (and accessory app) to anyone that is in the middle of a health crisis with a friend or loved one. It makes communicating with and updating those who may not be right there with you so much easier and efficient.

And the Guestbook feature… I’m really looking forward to sharing that with my dad. When he’s in recovery after the surgery (Tuesday) and on those horrible days of radiation, I know he’ll appreciate the well-wishes, support and love from his friends and family.