Sunday, December 24, 2006

Merry Christmas!

I guess I could have said merry holiday, because that seems to be all of the PC rage these days...but...I didnt. So again, merry Christmas! I am enjoying my time with family and hope that you are having a good time with you and yours as well.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

I've moved!

more later.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

moving day

It is approaching quickly. The day that I will pack up all of my earthly belongings and travel out in to that great big world out there. Also known as Spokane. The plan is to be rolling out of Pullman on Friday and see what Spokane has in store for anywhere from 4 months to 3 years. It is an interesting feeling packing up my things and saying last goodbyes. I have gone through this process with my family quite a few times, but this time I am flying solo. I will let y'all know how it pans out when I land on the South side of Spokane. Till next time, stay classy.

Monday, December 11, 2006

break on through to the other side

So here I am. I am officially graduated. I also feel like I have been using the word officially a lot lately. It is probably because of all of the big things going on in life right now. Most of which, if not all are good. They just take a lot of prayer and thought and time. It does feel good to be graduated now. And what is my reward...unemployment. I do have a couple of irons in the proverbial fie though, and that is somewhat of a comfort. Now it is time to work on finding some income and work on becoming a contributing member of society. The move to Spokane is imminent for the most part, and I look to be making that a reality some time this week, hopefully sooner rather than later. To those of you who have called me lately, if I seemed distant, I apologize, as you can tell, there has been quite a bit on my mind. In the next week or so I hope to have some time set aside to talk to you again, and share a little more in depth the approaching options. Plus, I really want to know whats up with you. Moral of the story for now, I graduated college! As they say, on to the real world. Whoever they are.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Tenacious D - Tribute

so funny! I am always stunned by this. A little weird at the end, but it is Jack Black, what can you expect. Sometimes you just have to bring it real hard. Go hard, or go home.

crunch time

its 2:41 a.m. and I am still up. I am working on a project that seems as if it isn't going to amount to a hill of beans in about two days. It is good. I'm not gonna lie. Its quality and I wish you all could watch it. It does prove what I am capable of (production speaking, not in general) but I have so many thoughts rushing through the old noggin, that the importance of this feels really diminished. I can actually say that I graduate the day after tomorrow. That is so weird.

Sunday, December 03, 2006

officially under a week

as the title says, I am officially under a week away from graduation. There is a lot on my mind right now (hence, I am up at 1:06 a.m.) I'm just not tired, I cant shut it off. I have one big project that is due, and the rest of my activities are very small and there aren't a lot of them, truth be told. But the question remains, where to from here? There are may options, none of which are easy. Immediately, I am headed to Spokane, and we will see how that plays out. After that comes marriage and then...exactly. What? A big cliff? There is no more school. No more professors telling me what I have to do, and what I am bad at (or good, whatever the case may be.) Uncertainty really bothers me. I know that it shouldn't, but it does. I know the "christianese" answer is to say, that God has it in control. But that is hard. So the uncertainty remains, and I continue to deal. Such is life I guess. I'm going to go lay down now, no guarantees on the actual sleep part; but we will see how that goes. I had a great conversation with Tori tonight. It was a joy.