Do you Google your name? Most of us probably do, huh? Now, when I Google my name, my website comes up first, which is good (and I’m not complaining!), but I noticed that Google asks me if I meant Stacey McKitrick (she’s the country and western singer). However, when I Google her name, it doesn’t ask if I meant Stacy McKitrick. I guess when it does (and it will, I’m being optimistic here), it means I’ve finally made it big. Right???
I’ve decided to get some bookmarks made up for when I go to Dragon*Con (they have a table there where people put their promotional freebies out), and they were going to look like the picture on the right, but unfortunately, the picture’s resolution is only 72dpi, which means it will turn out grainy. If I up it to 300 (like all the places I checked required), then it will turn out blurry. Another option is to take another moon shot with a higher resolution (and I’ve already fixed that on my camera), but what are the odds the next full moon will be surrounded by clouds (because I really love the clouds)? I mean, I took that picture back in 2011! I do have a couple of months to play around with (and my husband was kind enough to put an appointment on his phone to alert us to the next full moon), so we’ll see how lucky I can get. Pray for good luck, please!!
I had a wonderful Mother’s Day. The kids stayed after breakfast and we sat around all afternoon playing the board game Ticket to Ride. That is one fun game, and kind of addicting. I even managed to win one of the games (yeah, shocking).
Penguins did give me a nice Mother’s Day gift and won on Saturday, making it to the next round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. They certainly put me through some stress (as well as all the other Penguins fans out there), though. I hope they play better in the next round. At least they MADE it to the next round. It could have been worse, I know!
So, when you Google your name, does Google think you mean someone else? And what was the last board game you played?