Yearly Archives: 2001

Visiting the Queen

I think I’ve had it. I’m planning to move this site (as well as complete a massive update) within this month. I currently two domains on the web and it seems only natural that I give up on the “free hosting” idea and go with something much more stable and secure. I’ve been wanting to host here at work, but I don’t think I can convince the people who matter that it would be a secure and viable solution. Regardless … so this weekend was the Ottawa YP and wiped me out. I was most certainly under 8 hours sleep for the entire weekend. And now I’m off today (in about 5 hours) for London, England where I plan to recoup and, if I do nothing else, at least to sleep. Oh yes, and visit the queen as well …

Slow Load

You want to know something? I really am getting to the point where I almost think it’s a better deal to not have this website rather then host it at this site. I’ve registered my own domain a while back and really think that it’s about time when I started paying money and had it hosted there. It’s just that I fight against paying for something that I view as open access – the web. Regardless, you can be sure that if I was happy with this site, I wouldn’t be saying all this. You must understand where I’m coming from though with the time it took to load this URL. So what’s new? Nothing. Not really. I was down in Virgina and Washington, DC lsat week where it was warm and gorgeous, and now I’m back to Ottawa where it’s equally gorgeous (albeit cold) with one foot of fresh in the last 24 hours. This coming weekend is the YP outing here and that should be lots of fun. I’m looking forward to this. Smile all!

A New Millenium

Did a little time go by there since I last updated this? Hmmm … not good. I’m sure it was the last millenium since I’ve added anything here of consequence. And so much has happened. From Kansas City, I flew to Los Angeles where I met a million people I have not seen in forever at the Burbank Bible conference. That was a lot of fun. Anyway, from there I flew to Pittsburgh for camp, having lots of fun apart from dislocating my shoulder six times and the 42 hours prior to camp. From Pittsburgh, I was off to Manhatten for New Year’s eve and day, and then finally back up to Ottawa for work on Tuesday where I’ve been trying to recover for the last week. I’m sure this past weekend ski trip to Jay Peak didn’t help things much and the cough and cold I’ve had now for two weeks, is as vicious as ever despite the 14 hours sleep I had last night. However, my smile is still fixed and I plan DV to sleep and Vitamin C this cold into oblivion in this coming week. (I need to be in somewhat better shape for Sugarloaf this coming weekend.) 🙂 Happy New Year to all. Perhaps this year. Perhaps this month. Perhaps today.