Friday, November 2, 2012


     So Russ and I started a podcast, The Wind Beneath Our Wings: What's Going On? Our first podcast deals with good dating practice and the danger of liking photos on Facebook late at night, namely, people are going to assume you are liking said photos with no pants on. Here's our first podcast, we'll have another one next week.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Change of Pace

Ok, so this post marks a definite change in my blog posts. One, I'm actually doing them again after something like a six month hiatus. Two, I think I've blogged a lot about things in the past. That definitely has merit, but I think I'm a little more into the idea of writing about what's going on in the present. Speaking of which, several updates.
      I am now attending Southern Utah University, which makes this my fourth school in the four semesters since my mission. So far so good, I think I'm actually going to stick around for a while, which will be a nice change. I realized a while back that in the last four years, I haven't lived in any city longer than eight months. It's been pretty awesome, but it will be nice to be in one place for a while. On the other hand, I may end up in South Korea next fall for like six months. Who knows? Either way, I'm pretty stoked for whatever happens.
     I also broke the crap out of my leg longboarding last week. It's actually kind of nice in a weird way, though. I never realized how great it is just to be able walk or dance or anything that requires the use of two legs. Life is interesting. When I was living in Hawaii I was so poor I couldn't buy healthy food and was pretty malnourished. I kept getting sick, and I remember that when I got home, it was the greatest thing in the world just to be able to afford to eat something healthy, instead of ramen and rice. It makes me grateful I live where I do, and I have any food at all, considering the circumstances some people live in.
     In December, I'm heading back to Hawaii for three weeks to hang out with my brother Cam. Since I will almost certainly be majorly broke, I'm taking the spear gun my grandpa made while he was in the Navy during the Korean War with me so I can spearfish. I have to say, being broke can suck sometimes, but life would be a lot more boring if everything had been handed to me.
     I guess that's all for now, I think I'll be blogging next about this last summer or something similar.
P.S. Here's my  broked-up leg bones.