Well, the first day of classes for the Spring semester starts today. Hopefully this semester will fly by, cuz I’m getting kinda sick of being in school. Not that I don’t like the school, it’s just that I’m ready to be out in the ‘real world’ I guess, getting to do what I’ve been preparing to do. Anyways, this past month (January) has been really cool. Olga and I spent 5 days in the Atlanta, GA area, at a church missionary conference. The church is called Mt. Bethel and was a pretty amazing place. They even had their own rock climbing wall.
Happy New Year! I’m back from Christmas break, it was really good. I got to see old friends from college, they got to meet Olga, and we had a fun time with my family. Olga & I also stayed a few days with my brother at University of Washington. On the way back, it took us 2 days to make it from Seattle to Lexington, because of flight delays in Chicago. We ended up staying a night in Pittsburg, but the airline didn’t pay for it because the delays were weather-related.
Well, it’s been a long time since I last updated. I’ve been pretty busy lately with school and whatnot. Also, I recently got ‘The Titans’ Expansion for Age of Mythology. It’s really awesome, as it adds alot of gameplay depth that wasn’t there before, in any game. So, if you like strategy games, you probably already have this game, but if you don’t, you should consider it.
Lemme see, what else. Oh yeah – I went on a weekend retreat to Lake Cumberland, which was pretty cool, except my allergies were killing me. It’s probably the most un-relaxing “getaway” I’ve ever been on.
If you’re anything like me, the word Blog is probably a fairly new addition to your vocabulary. Apperantly, it means something like Biographical Log or is short for web-log, I dunno. The point is, it is basically an online journal. I’d been doing this sort of thing ever since I graduated from high school and we got our first Windows 95 PC, I just never knew it had a specific name.
I was finally enlightened by Jeana Clark, a friend and fellow student at Asbury Seminary.
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