Lisa has started a blog in which she writes about rubber stamping, paper crafts, cycling, native plants, prairies, and nature. Check it out!
Lisa’s Candy Store card entry won Best of Show in Hero Arts 2005 Hearts and Love Contest! Her entry was a Valentine’s Day card with an old time candy store theme. She’s very excited about the $200 Hero Arts catalog shopping spree she receives as a prize! On the contest entry web page Hero Arts…
A couple more of Lisa’s paper craft creations have won contests or been published: Lisa won 3rd place in the Hero Arts 2004 Holiday Messages contest with her liveStrong scrapbook page and card duo entry. The Rubber Stamper magazine also published three of Lisa’s cards in the February issue.
I performed my annual resume update today. A periodic resume updates seems like a good practice, since you never know when someone might be looking for a candidate for that perfect job. As usual, my resume is available here.
Welcome to 2005! I can’t believe another year has passed: I feel so old!
Lisa and I rode in the Ride for the Roses today to raise money for the Lance Armstrong Foundation‘s cancer education and research programs. We were orignally going to ride the 25 mile course, but at the last turnoff we decided to try the 40 mile route! We made it, but Lisa’s trip meter said…
Lisa won 1st place in 3D Art in the Hero Arts 2004 Love and Hearts contest! See more pictures in the Valentines section of her Creations page. As usual, she is very excited about the free Hero Arts stamps coming her way!
Watched the news lately? I tried but could not stand to watch for long. All of the big network, affiliate, and news channel programs seemed so overly dramatic, unbalanced, and/or shallow, or they pander to the emotions of their perceived audience rather than giving an in-depth balanced examination of the issues. Many blantantly give the…
I’ve received many questions from friends asking what I’m doing next after Origin moves to the EA Redwood City campus. I’m planning on working remotely for EA from home, which I hope works out for both parties. I’m looking forward to having more time to code when compared to the recent past.
What is a Wumple? I’m not quite sure, but it could be: This computer. A young Wumpus (hunting not allowed, especially by colonists). A poor attempt at a rumple.