I found this very interesting today…

Google Inactive Account Manager

With the service, you can setup what happens to your Google account(s) after an extended time of inactivity.

So if you haven’t logged in to Google for a certain timeframe, they’ll check in with you to make sure you’re OK (via text message and email).

If you don’t respond, they can either alert a chosen person or completely delete your account if you wish.

The trusted person(s) can also download all your data if they’d like as well or you can select the data they’re allowed to download.

That’s a pretty nice feature for a company that knows so much about us.

Also, if you haven’t checked lately, now may be a good time to check in with your Google Account settings to make sure it’s secure and your privacy is in place.

This boy…

May 26, 2015 — Leave a comment

 The storm woke him up more than two hours ago so he joined me in the office while I worked.

But I’m not sure how much work I’ve gotten done.

We’ve talked about Scooby Doo, thunder and lightning, why the sun looks like it goes into the ground, why it’s nighttime at our house when our friend Kathryn is eating breakfast in Zambia, what happens to rocketships when they leave earth, my sister Amy, having a door in the front yard and who left paint on the fan in my office.
Pretty sure I’m leaving something off.

So many questions and so much imagination. Love it!

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May 26, 2015 — Leave a comment

Setup this web of “lazers” for the boys to try and navigate this morning.

As they tried to figure out their path their little sister just got on her belly and slid underneath it all.


My iPhone just couldn’t process all the colors in this great sunset after the storm. The entire neighborhood was lit up with a beautiful orange glow.

Got a message that my storage on my phone was full. Yup! 

Two boys took 72 photos this morning.

That would explain that.


We’re now taking reservations for the ark that will soon set sail from a port somewhere in the Dallas area.