It seems too pristine of a moment to forget about completely. Most of my college weekends have been spent on the road, driving one place or another. I don’t go places that are exceptionally notable, though I have had fun. I go home a few weekends a semester and usually visit friends a couple weekends.… Continue reading A View from Starbucks: Consistency in and Inconsistent World
The last four years have passed more quickly than I could have ever imagined they would. I know life is a long journey, or so I am told. But, so far it seems to have flown by at the speed of light.
I wrote the following, and then read it to one of my high school classes on May 30, 2000 – our last day of high school. What fascinates me is that for the past four years I have managed to avoid expressing how I truly feel about all of my friends. I pass people in… Continue reading Message to My Senior Class
The date of this post is the approximate date of the trip, but I posted it 15 years after! Dad and I traveled to Hawaii to meet up with a friend of his, Bill Raduchel, who was hosting a guys golf trip of sorts. We played all three Kalalua courses (since the trip they’ve eliminated… Continue reading Kapalua Golf Trip with Dad