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New blog post: In Defense of the Unicorn 
In Defense of the Mythical Unicorn: My thoughts on the evolving role of a full stack designer / developer and the eventual need for focus.
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First cuddle of 2016 courtesy of Mister Leo
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#UberKittens are here!
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Excuse me while I nerdgasm a bit... #starwarstheforceawakens  
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Mr Leo demands tribute... And opposable thumbs
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Getting started with "The $1 Prototype" with Greg Nudelman 
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Finally got around to writing my first blog post for my new site. Only took me a few months... 😜 
In 2009 I was the recipient of some very bad advice. However, that bad advice paved the way for a new beginning and some personal revelations.
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A new Simon's Cat video is out! <3
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Be careful if you're out and about in the #DFW area today. We're under a #FlashFloodWarning Turn around, don't drown! #TurnAroundDontDrown
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Droughts are never a good thing, but this is actually pretty cool.

Another interesting note is that while there's few roads, Google has been there every year since 2009. So if you go to Google Maps, type "Malpaso Dam" (for whatever reason, Google doesn't have it down by its official name) and it'll put you at the reservoir.

You can then go street view and virtually walk up and down the huge bridge across the reservoir on 145D. (It's just south of where the map loads)

Here's a shortcut link to the bridge I'm referring to:  https://goo.gl/maps/rgPGrGcjk3m 

Some sections only have certain years loaded, but if you keep clicking you can find spots that have views of all six years. (Click on the "Street View - Date" text to bring up the slider and then click the tiny magnifying glass in the right corner of the preview.) You can't see the church, but you can see just why this church has appeared.

The dramatic change in water levels is absolutely amazing and the views are spectacular.
Leonel Mendoza fishes every day in a reservoir surrounded by forest and mountains in the southern Mexico state of Chiapas.
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Mana-Bug getting her evening crazies on. #dog #doglover 
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Leo and Mana, always up for relaxing over Labor Day Weekend
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UX / UI / Web Developer
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User Experience, Java, CSS, JQuery, JavaScript
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Designer, developer, gamer, foodie, and all-around geek girl living in Dallas, TX.
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Hi there! I'm Sally, a Web / UI / UX Developer living in the Dallas area.

In my free time I enjoy Photography, Web design, anime, manga, video games, and walking/jogging with my dog.
My best friend was having a bad day, so I decided to send her something special to cheer her up. I ordered a box of a dozen chocolate covered strawberries online. They're a bit pricey, but what are you going to do when you want to cheer up a friend 1,700 miles away? The box of 12 HUGE chocolate covered strawberries arrived within the hour. Their poor driver had to contend with a somewhat cranky momma whose house has been Grand Central Station all day, but it sounds like he was extremely professional. The strawberries did the trick! Very impressed with Edible Arrangements!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Back in May 2013, my cat became scared and bit me. I went to the ER to have the wound cleaned and they called animal control. After struggling with the city, I had her taken here. First of all, they were able to make arrangements to have my cat extremely rapidly. I work in Irving, almost in Fort Worth -- so we had to do nearly everything over the phone. Within 2 hours, my poor cat was out of animal control and in their office. They were incredible. Comforting and knowledgeable, they provided both my cat and me with expert care. I have nothing but praise for the vets and staff. I'm so grateful they were able to help us on such short notice! The only thing I have to comment on is that if you take N. Garland Ave to their office, their sign can be difficult to see. When I sent my mother to check on my cat, she didn't see the sign and drove right past. It's right on the corner of Garland and Campbell, if that helps anyone else.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I was referred to Ted's Automotive after another shop tried to gouge me when I needed to have the brakes serviced on my Chevy HHR. My friend told me they were honest and fair. He wasn't kidding! Ted's Automotive is fantastic! I was back in my car the day after I dropped it off. Ted even went as far as to take care of a couple other minor issues at no cost! If you're looking for an honest and fair mechanic -- this is the place to come!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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If I could rate even lower, I would. My cat became frightened over the weekend and bit me out of fear. Went to the hospital to have the wound cleaned, but they were more interested in calling animal control than helping me. First off, it's virtually impossible to raise anyone at the number. You have to call multiple times to get anywhere, even leaving messages. Secondly, it appears that NO ONE thought to feed my cat in the time she was there. I sent food with her when animal control picked her up. None of it was used. No one responded to my simple question whether they fed her or not. Therefore, I have to assume they didn't. I was assured: "We treat the animals like we'd want our own to be treated." What a joke. Do not turn your animal over to these monsters!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
These jokers don't listen to you. I went to them to have a cat bite cleaned out. The little ditsy nurses were more focused on animal control than taking care of my wounds. They just doused my hands in hibiclens and whipped out some prescriptions. I told them I didn't need painkillers... that hydrocodone and other opiates give me vertigo. They lectured me on DROWSINESS! Last I checked, the closest sensation to feeling like I'm in a washing machine on the spin cycle isn't "sleepy." I handed my insurance card over to them TWICE. They still don't have my insurance information right. For the honor of some ditsy nurses completely ignoring what I was saying, dousing my hands in hibiclens and saline solution, and whipping out a bunch of prescriptions they tried charging me almost $500. Hibiclens is about $20 for 32oz. Saline is about $12. You do the math. For a previous medical stay, I've been making $100 payments every month without fail. They're now claiming I haven't paid them in over 30 days, despite having the proof of payments through my bank. Avoid this place at all cost.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
With all the negative reviews, I have to admit I was hesitant to come here. However, I needed a car while mine was at Ted's Automotive having my brakes redone. I was pleasantly surprised! All their cars were rented out, but they called around until they were able to find a car for me AND then picked my mother and I up at the shop! No hassles, no issues -- they were wonderful. They even arranged a driver to take us back to Ted's! I will admit -- it did take me several calls before I was able to get through. They told me there's often only 1 or 2 employees at this location. So there is a good chance they will be outside taking care of another customer. Great, friendly service -- but patience is advised.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago