Monday, January 14, 2008

Green Bay, all the way!

Just a quick post to say, oh yeah, the Packers are going to the Super Bowl. At least, that's my prediction. Sorry Seahawks fans :P

Wednesday, September 12, 2007


Mary Catherine Wilson arrived today at 8:07am.
21in. in length and weighing in at 7lbs 15oz, she is a typical Wilson baby, except for the fact that she has brown hair.
We all love her so much!

Happy Birthday Mary Catherine!!!

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

In the meantime...

Hello there readers! I know you are all probably thinking that I've fallen off the face of the earth, or something of a similar nature, for there is no reason that would keep me from posting on this here piece of cyberspace. Well, to be contrary, there have been reasons, and there will continue to be reasons, namely time and school. I am planning on posting an update sometime in the future, but when in the future shall, until further notice, be kept to myself.
In the meantime, however...

Come guess me this riddle,
What beats pipes and fiddle,
What's hotter'n mustard and milder'n cream,
What best wets your whistle,
What's clear'n crystal,
What's sweeter'n honey and stronger'n steam,
What'll make the lame walk,
Whatll make the dumb talk,
The elixir of life and philosopher's stone,
And what helped Mr. Brunnel
to dig the Thames Tunnel?

Kudos to anyone who can supply the last few lines of the verse and give the name of the song that this is taken from.

P.S. Here is a picture of Suzanne's engagement ring and wedding band together, for those of you who had requested it. The engagement ring is the middle part.

Thursday, December 28, 2006

A joyous update!

Well, my dear readers, it looks as if I am the last one on the band wagon to write about Suzanne and I's good news which has reached most you already. Which is pretty sad, but in my defense, I have been pretty busy and this is the first chance that I have had to sit and write about it. So, on with it then. Suzanne and I are now engaged!!! Everything about it was perfect; the ring fit, and she liked it. It still feels a little bit surreal to actually be engaged.
I need to go ahead and wrap this up for now, but I will try and write a little bit more later. Thank you all for your congratulations and prayers!

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Hey, hey, hey!

I don't really have a whole lot of time to post right now, as I have a lot of homework to get done, but I just wanted to let you all know that I am alive. I will try to write more this weekend if time allows, but we will see.
Also, be sure to check out the new link on the side bar. One of classmates is in a band called Mercy Pilots. I went and listened to them play a concert last night, and I highly reccomend them. If you go to their website, go to the multimedia section and you can hear a couple of their songs. Enjoy!

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Almost two weeks

Tomorrow will mark two weeks that I have been living here in Moses Lake. I am begining to get used to living here at the fire station and am starting to fall into my own routine.
As I mentioned in my last post, I have a very full class schedule this quarter. It has the potential of being a rather grueling quarter, but I have some very cool teachers. They are all very much into the class that they are teaching, and always willing to help. Not to mention that there are about five or six other people who are taking Physics, Calculus and Chemistry as well, so it looks like I will be have some study partners for the year.
Tomorrow I will be getting my first visitor here, as my granddad will be stopping to visit with me on his way back to the westside. I am really looking forward to this!
Anyway, I had better get going. Bis später!

Friday, September 08, 2006

Up, up and away....

Not really, but I will be leaving today for the metropolis of Moses Lake, and that institution of higher learning, Big Bend Community College. My entire family is engaging on this journey to get me installed on my own. I will living in one of the firehouses there, where I will be working as a resident volunteer firefighter to earn free room.
This is shaping up to be a rather busy quarter. I will be taking:
Calculus I
Engineering Physics I
Early Western Civilization
Ground School(for flying)
Flying time

All in all, I will be taking about 24 credits, so I will more than likely have only a marginal web prescense for a while. So, until I am free from the bonds of knowledge around Christmas time, God bless!