Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Recent pics & Finals

Da boys earlier in the day (st. patty's) we went to a spring training game. Seattle against the Padre's.

A few weeks back we went to dinner with our friends for Ean's bday here's a shot of all the girls Ean's wife Ali was prego at the time and so was Jeni. Jeni is expecting after graduation and Ali and Ean just had their baby a few weeks ago.

McCall IN JAIL. Ok she's at the Padres house on the stairs I don't know what that look means

CRISTI AND HER Cousin Hilda on a recent visit here in AZ
Well, Thunderbird is almost in the rearview mirror. I would be lying if I said I wouldn't miss the place. School has been incredibly insightful for me. I've really enjoyed it. I think it opened my mind to new things and really broadedened my global mindset. Graduation is in almost 1 week. It's getting crazy with final projects and finals. I've got 4 major papers due this week and 2 presentations. I've already knocked out one final and one presentation. It's really getting down to it.

I'll miss Thunderbird and the people I've met here. I'm sure I'll see some of them soon but, It's been a great cultural melting pot on campus and I've learned a lot from the people I've gotten to associate with as well as my Profs.

So, anyways

I decided to post some recent pics as well because I haven't done so in quite a while.


Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Immigration March in PHX

These are some pics from last weeks march

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

das tor family biz article

Here's my most recent article in the DAS TOR for family business and the family biz club that we started on campus this trimester.




I've been slacking on the blog. I won't lie. I've been pretty busy. Last weekend I was up in Idaho, house hunting. We're heading up there after graduation so, that should be fun.
School has been pretty busy. I went to bed at 3 last night. Why? To finish some crazy paper and the teacher ended up being sick and didn't show up for class.
I've been up to a few little interesting things. I went down to the Immigration march in downtown PHX because I really wanted to see what it was all about and I didn't have class. It was crazy. They say like 150,000 people at least. They don't have exact numbers still. But, it was wild. It is the biggest event of it's kind in PHX. I went out and shot some video and took some pictures I'll post those sometime soon. Maybe this weekend.
so stay tuned.

Cousin Matt's article

Here's an article that my Cousin Matt is in about how Oil Co's are hiring grads at record numbers and offering nice paychecks. It's an interesting article and has a big picture of Matt at the start.

I knew I should have paid more attention in geology class.