Petrifying Springs

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Petrifying Springs’ here at MarkCz.com.
Video: Mehndi (henna tattoo) on my head

Video: Mehndi (henna tattoo) on my head

We had a very quiet Thanksgiving, Mark and I celebrated by ourselves at home. We went for an afternoon walk at Petrifying Springs in Kenosha. Then on Saturday my girlfriend Michelle came over and decorated my head with a henna tattoo (also known as Mehndi) using the henna cones my neighbor Angela so generously lent me last week.

Video: Pierogi making and Petrifying Springs

Video: Pierogi making and Petrifying Springs

The last treatment of chemo really affected my digestive tract and I think I finally got my system working the way it should. My next treatment is the last of A/C, then I move onto the 12 weeks of Taxol. I am excited to be done with the A/C and ready to move forward.

Website redesign, domain change

Website redesign, domain change

Testing, 1, 2, 3. Is this thing on? We've just gone through a domain change. And a website redesign. Between designing other people's websites to help them make more money, and working on this site to make it more effective, I feel like I've been living underground...

Sledding at Petrifying Springs (Rosebud!)

Sledding at Petrifying Springs (Rosebud!)

Kenosha County, Wisconsin — Sledding on Hole 17 of Petrifying Springs Golf Course. American film director, writer, actor, and producer Orson Welles, who directed Citizen Kane (1941), was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1915, but moved to Chicago four years later....

First cabin in Kenosha County: Jacob Montgomery

First cabin in Kenosha County: Jacob Montgomery

Bronze plaque set in stone and caged for protection along a trail in Petrifying Springs Park, Kenosha, Wisconsin. It reads: HISTORICAL LANDMARK Site of log cabin built in March 1835 by Jacob Montgomery, a trapper, and his two sons. First Settlement in Town of Somers,...

Historical marker: First cabin in Kenosha County

Historical marker: First cabin in Kenosha County

Bronze plaque set in stone and caged for protection along a trail in Petrifying Springs Park, Kenosha, Wisconsin. It reads: HISTORICAL LANDMARK Site of log cabin built in March 1835 by Jacob Montgomery, a trapper, and his two sons. First Settlement in Town of Somers,...

Petrifying Springs

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Petrifying Springs’ here at MarkCz.com.

Video: Mehndi (henna tattoo) on my head

We had a very quiet Thanksgiving, Mark and I celebrated by ourselves at home. We went for an afternoon walk at Petrifying Springs in Kenosha. Then on Saturday my girlfriend Michelle came over and decorated my head with a henna tattoo (also known as Mehndi) using the henna cones my neighbor Angela so generously lent me last week.

Video: Pierogi making and Petrifying Springs

The last treatment of chemo really affected my digestive tract and I think I finally got my system working the way it should. My next treatment is the last of A/C, then I move onto the 12 weeks of Taxol. I am excited to be done with the A/C and ready to move forward.

Website redesign, domain change

Testing, 1, 2, 3. Is this thing on? We've just gone through a domain change. And a website redesign. Between designing other people's websites to help them make more money, and working on this site to make it more effective, I feel like I've been living underground...

Sledding at Petrifying Springs (Rosebud!)

Kenosha County, Wisconsin — Sledding on Hole 17 of Petrifying Springs Golf Course. American film director, writer, actor, and producer Orson Welles, who directed Citizen Kane (1941), was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin in 1915, but moved to Chicago four years later....

First cabin in Kenosha County: Jacob Montgomery

Bronze plaque set in stone and caged for protection along a trail in Petrifying Springs Park, Kenosha, Wisconsin. It reads: HISTORICAL LANDMARK Site of log cabin built in March 1835 by Jacob Montgomery, a trapper, and his two sons. First Settlement in Town of Somers,...

Historical marker: First cabin in Kenosha County

Bronze plaque set in stone and caged for protection along a trail in Petrifying Springs Park, Kenosha, Wisconsin. It reads: HISTORICAL LANDMARK Site of log cabin built in March 1835 by Jacob Montgomery, a trapper, and his two sons. First Settlement in Town of Somers,...

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