Monday, June 18, 2007

Happy Fathers' Day!

5 comments:

Nicole Cave said...

Hey, just a tip...when you make your slide show on slide.com, you can put captions on the bottom of your pictures so that it doesn't just read some random picture number. Let me know if you need help.

Nicole Cave said...

How did you guys end up in Oregon anyways?

Ann said...

You mean it's that obvious that I need help? Dang. Yeah, I could use some help on putting captions and on how the skinflix thing works. I didn't know how to reference my slide show in order to put a better border on it. Do I have to put the slide show on youtube first? How do I do that?

When I was graduating from BYU, my uncle, who lives up here, called and asked if Brian and I would like to move up here for the summer so that Brian could help them on the remodel of their home. (Brian had been in the construction business for a while.) We decided to go ahead with it. The remodel lasted longer than anticipated and Brian began getting other work. He decided to get his General Contracting License and we thought we would move home when his work ran out, but it never has. He now has two employees and is building his second house, and he loves what he does, so it's been a really good move for us. Sorry, I'm realizing more and more that I am terrible at making a long story short.

The Harper Family said...

So is the paintball gear Brians Father's Day gift? I remember Travis and I going paintball with Brian when we were in High School. Ah the good old days. Yeah right! I would never want to go back there again. Actually, there is one thing I would like to have kept from those days and that is my body. After baby #2 I have 20 lbs at least to loose. Yikes!

Nicole Cave said...

You don't have to put your slide show on youtube first. If you are using slide.com. after you make it, on that same page scroll down a little and you can put captions on your pictures, choose the size of the writing and color and then make sure you save it all. Also, on that same page when you are picking your border, there are quite a few to choose from under the sub categories. The more practice the better. Hope I helped!
Ashton has his Concrete Liscense, he got it last summer. Right now he is trying to get onto fire department. If that works out, we are thinking he could run a small company on the side. Who knows what the future holds.