Tuesday, December 27, 2005


Top 5 reasons Christmas was a success this year

For Linda, it's all about the snuggles, so she has a new down comforter for her bed. As an added bonus, it came in this great box with a lid and a bow tied around it- just like you see on TV
For Sarah the fashion accessory/gadget/communication device de rigor is the Motorola Razr. This sleek cell phone tour de force has it all, and she knows how to use it.
And our budding mucisian can't live without her tunes. Katie got the 4GB iPod Nano. This thing is thiner than your average wallet after Christmas, has a color screen and pegs the cool meter at 11
For the handyman we have a mitre saw. After borrowing one for several weeks for the various home projects, I have proven myself worthy of my very own. I guess that means more home projects.

Our #1 give was our TV, it is amazing. The picture is the best I have ever seen ANYWHERE. We now get the high definition channels and the difference is like music from a CD instead of an AM radio.

Friday, December 23, 2005


A Christmas Card for you

Another year another box of Christmas Cards that wasn't sent. This is a nice picture

<------ but if you would like something more multimedia than this card is for you

It's really from the Christys, sometimes people call us - "Domestic Services Team, Budapest" it's kind of a pet name.

Friday, December 16, 2005


Big screen Christmas

We did it, we finally entered the HDTV world. And we have jumped in with both feet.

This Christmas we have given ourselves a brand new HP 58" DLP HDTV and matching stand.

Here is a link if you want all the geeky details
HP Pavilion MD5880n 58-inch 1080p

Those of you who know me, know how much I love the high tech toys. This is one of those areas that are really interesting. There is a lot going on in the digital display world Now I get to experience it first hand.

Of course we are going to have to upgrade our content. We are looking at trading in our DirectTV satellite systems for digital cable. I will let you know what happens.

Tuesday, December 06, 2005


Trans-Siberian Orchestra

We have tickets for Sunday the 18th! I bet you have heard them even if you never heard of them.

We are really looking forward to the show. We try to do some kind of Christmas "event" every year. Sometimes it's a play or a concert or a production of one kind or another.

This year it is the Trans-Siberian Orchesrta. If you want to find out more about them or hear a sample of their music click on this LINK


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