Monthly Archives: April 2010

Cash Flow

I start my new job at U.S. Cellular next Monday.  I am excited to get back into a routine and hopefully shed the ‘useless’ feeling that blossoms with unemployment.  I’m also keen to see some income.  After some scary touch-and-go, … Continue reading

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The Wonders of Forgotten Technology

I loved my history classes in High School.  I was blessed with a few really good teachers, with a keen interest in the subject they were teaching, and that kind of excitement is infectious.  I’ve always leaned towards American History … Continue reading

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An Iron Giant

Living in northeast Oklahoma doesn’t give me a lot of opportunity for short jaunts to fantastic places.  If I want to go to Dallas, Texas, it’s a five hour drive south.  About the same distance north is Kansas City.  That … Continue reading

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Thanks for the Convenience

I miss a lot about traveling.  The feeling of not knowing where I’ll be next week.  The sense of new and unknown right outside my door.  The wonder of tasting a new food or seeing something I’ve only seen on … Continue reading

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One Year Later

It was one year ago today that I hugged my mother and we set out in Brad’s Chevrolet van into the great unknown.  To quote Doc Brown, “My God, has it been that long?”  It also feels like last week. … Continue reading

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Published

When Indi and I were in Thailand, we met (and stayed with) a charming lady named Emma.  She is from Oxford, England (where we stayed with her folks, actually) and works as an editor for a travel magazine in Bangkok. … Continue reading

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Sudden Six Flags

Friday night, Indi and I were sitting at home with our friends Nikki and Brad and playing World of Warcraft.  Brad gets a call from his friend Paul asking if they want to go to Six Flags.  In, like, an … Continue reading

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