Welcome to my Foyer

I'm glad our house is a little house,
Not too tall nor too wide;
I'm glad the hovering butterflies
Feel free to come inside.

Our little house is a friendly house;
It is not shy or vain
It gossips with the talking trees,
And makes friends with the rain.

And quick leaves cast a shimmer of green
Against our whited walls,
And in the phlox, the courteous bees
Are paying duty calls.

- Cristopher Morley -

You do not have to enter my home on the web through the Foyer. But if you did you are very likely a methodical and well organized person.

My home on the web is not my physical house in Fort Worth, Texas where I reside. It is instead a graphical mechanism to introduce you to various aspects of my life. Paul says I should call it my fantasy house.

Paul says that in a well designed home, the front door should not open directly to the Living Room. It should open onto a small anteroom where, for example, one might shake the dust from ones shoes or hang up ones garments.

The rooms in my home page are metaphors for areas of my life; my home page is eclectic; each room is a story of its own.

Why might you enjoy my homepage?

This House has a Secret Room!

MYSTERY#1 -- Here is your clue:
To find the secret room, browse through the various furnished rooms of the house until you find a small three sided figure. Then click on it! Good hunting!

MYSTERY#2 -- Here is your clue:
Nantic is the name of my neighbor's cat. It is also an anagram. Solve the anagram. Find the object in one of the furnished rooms. Click on it. Good hunting!

MYSTERY#3 -- Here is your clue:
It rhymes with a synonym of hesitate. Find the object in one of the furnished rooms. Click on it. Good hunting!

MYSTERY#4 -- Here is your Clue:
A very effective learning system, with the catchy name: Built In ORDERly Organized KNOWledge, is more commonly identified by an acronym. Find this object, not in a furnished room, but in one of the other pictorial graphics of this site. Click on it. Good Hunting!

Solve all four mysteries and I will send you this Certificate of Merit!

View the Front of the House!

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