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It’s kind’a hard to believe that I’m actually here. The travel time to Palau from HNL was not so much fun, but I’m done traveling for a while. We were greeted by our “host” families at the airport late last … Continue reading
So much has happened since I last really updated my blog.
This last year my sister called me up and asked me to help out at Upper Columbia Academy.
I leave tomorrow morning (Aug 1) for Hawaii where I’ll get some training on cultural stuff for Micronesia/Palau. Continue reading
I upgraded the software running my website and changed some things around a little bit. For some reason this generated three bogus emails. Sorry for that. I hope to sit myself down soon and start blogging more, especially with the … Continue reading
This is a reply to the article Authentic Relationships in the Adventist Review. Before I get started on my rant, I want to say that the my main issues with the article are not with the conclusions(mostly) or the intentions … Continue reading
This has got to be one of the coolest things I have ever seen. A data center that looks like it came straight from a movie set! Most data centers are pretty functional, boring, and drab. They are cool in … Continue reading
I just wanted to mention that my twitter account is public again. Not quite sure why, but I kinda feel relieved. I’m not ready to go into the reasons why I made it private, quite yet, but I should be … Continue reading
I finally decided to take the plunge and move my skeemer.net website from my GoDaddy hosting to HostMonster. What I thought was going to be the very hard and extremely time consuming part was changing galleries. I had my own … Continue reading
Since I had nothing else to do today, I decided to cruise on over to Avila Beach and take some pictures. I wasn’t quite sure what I was going to take pictures of, but figured I would figure out something. … Continue reading
As some may have seen on Twitter, I was in a lot of concerts this last weekend. I’ve also been busy since. Here’s how it went. The day after moving back to the Central Coast, my mom calls up begging … Continue reading