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  1. Brian J Que says:

    Wel the sun has risen and set like 5 times since I’ve seen you. Some time ago little kids and immature adults dressed up in strange outfits. The little kids were begging for candy door to door yelling “trick or treat.” While most of the older ones got together in big groups acting like… well… little kids. Others took and mangled strange orange and large squashlike vegetables and cut triangular shapes into them making thm seem like faces. Candles were placed into them to cause light to emanate through the polygonal triangular structures. Such weird behavior seems to be ubiquitous throughout the country, and dog gone it… it happens the same time every year.
    Nice to see you back. And I hope you had a happy halloween =) By the way, what did you dress up as?

  2. Hajio says:

    In the last 2 weeks I:
    Built and struck a haunted house for my school’s Halloween festival: 36 hours of labor (a full day longer than the labor my wife had for our first). Hired a new teacher (oh, how simple it sounds!), picked him up at Incheon, got his visa and housing in order, and teacher-trained. Found new housing for 3 other current teachers, and moved them there. Taught 60 classes. When I had time, I slept.
    Halloween: I was a zombie…in so many ways.

  3. Haji says:

    Darn, I think I posted twice….
    There’s one more BIG thing I got done: Guam Camp 2006/7– I’ll lead 16 kids, exploring Guam for 15 days at Christmas!
    So stoked!

  4. christine says:

    dude that guam camp thing sounds cool

  5. annalynn says:

    What’s up with me? Billy in Cali for more training. The weather here is getting colder – I had to break out the wool jacket. I’m seriously considering watching that “Borat” movie. I looks at your Flikr pictures of the Halloween party. That looks like fun. Otherwise, my life is boring – all I do is read, sleep, and read again.

  6. Christine Lalaine says:

    I got a promotion! Woo hoo! Starting Monday, I’ll be a Fund Analyst, working with share prices and trades in the real live stock market and stuff. I can now say that I’m actually using my degree. Not only do I get an increase in pay while working less hours, but they’ll give me these nifty business cards to boot. *And* I’m an UOG alumna!

  7. Trudy says:

    Let’s see, San Diego is getting colder, but only cold enough for a sweatdshirt with a hoodie. And this is only for the night! The days are still sunny beautiful. Costco is getting more busy because of the holidays that are approaching. And I can’t wait for Veteran’s weekend because I signed up for some vacation time before the caziness begins! Yahooooooo!
    Other than that, all is good in San Diego, California…Mira Mesa side!

  8. Christine Lalaine says:

    Random observation: Although not grammatically incorrect, “an UOG alumna” just doesn’t sound right.

  9. tricia says:

    We’ve missed YOU!

  10. Mona says:

    I’m watching Borat today! YAY!!!!

  11. annalynn says:

    As you can tell – being a law student has made my grammar worser. That’s my life – and you?

  12. trench says:

    Errrr.. Where have I been? I’ve been neglecting my blog too!!! haha

  13. fabmimi says:

    you’ve been missed dearly!
    i’ve been securing holiday plans (including Guam holidays!) and also went overboard with halloween festivities. i’ve also been preparing for colder temperatures by re-arranging my closet to put sweaters within reach. it’s time to search for covetable coats and sexy boots!…i haven’t been successful with either in recent years. i’m too picky and too frugal, hah! i can’t wait to renedezvous with you, mayhaps?

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