Casey, Matt, Quinn, Nolan & Holden's Homepage
Over two years have passed since I last updated these pages. Okay,
we've been busy with three boys (!). Anyway, I'll try to get these
somewhat more current. In the meantime, this update is from the school
play at SCCLC, which Nolan was in as a member of the K-1 chorus.
This is our family's personal webpage. We are hosted by
which is a very good thing since we now have room for lots of pictures!
Steve is a great web hosting provider, and has made these pages
I just got back from the closing show of SCCLC's 2008 production
of Aladdin. With my little pocket digital camera, no flash, and
a sometimes-steady hand, I was able to grab a bunch of pictures
from the show. Here they are.
Since he can't compose HTML yet, Casey and I are going to have to manage
Quinn's page for him. This page is the main index to Quinn's separate
And then there were four. Not wanting to be shown-up by his older brother,
Nolan also has a web page just for him.
And now we are five. With two older brothers competing for parental time,
it's going to be a trick to get these posts updated in anything like
a regular basis. And yet, hope springs eternal...
As our family has grown, we've discovered there are not so many
photo-opportunities that highlight just one family member. So, from
here on out, most of our newer updates will probably end up here.
This was our first try at the website. So far, there are only a
couple of pictures, and the size isn't just right yet. We're still
figuring things out. These are from before Quinn.
It's not that I love to cook. Really, it's that we love to eat. Don't get
me wrong, cooking is okay, but it's the eating that counts. Here are some
of the foods that we've cooked that came out well. Not for the faint of
butter. Last updated 3 October 1999.
What webpage would be complete without them?
We have some friends, and some of them have web pages too. If you'd like us
to add your page to our list, why don't you drop us an email at the
address on the bottom of the page?
You can email us at
This page last updated 18 Feb 2012.
A footnote on this page's style
The formatting for these pages was guided by Dave Raggett's lucid and
concise ``10 minute Guide to
HTML'', served on the web by the World
Wide Web Consortium. I'm not sure about using the horizontal
lines (< hr > tags in HTML). They're not part of Raggett's style
guide, but I think they help guide the eye between major sections of the
page. What do you think? Should I lose them? E-mail me your opinion.
That way, at least, I'll know that somebody looked at this page!
Okay, it's been almost 2 years that this footnote has been sitting here,
and I've received a grand total of one email (thanks, Amy!). The
verdict is unanimous: the < hr > tags are staying!