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Just Carry on Singing

Friday, August 7th, 2009

There is something that you do that you love doing. It’s a dream that means everything to you. You just feel right doing it. But what if the people around you think it is a bad idea?


Family Photos

Saturday, June 13th, 2009

Family PhotoSome good friends of ours, Glen and Riarna, came over for dinner one day and Riarna brough her camera. We had a great time running around, laughing and having all sorts of fun, while Riarna took random shots to help us get some new family photos. I hope you enjoy these shots as much as we did. You can check them all out on my Flickr page.

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Dreams Require Constant Tweaking

Monday, May 11th, 2009

Many times we set a goal or dream we would like to achieve, then when something changes, we abandon the dream thinking it wasn’t meant to be. You have to realize that sometimes when you state a dream, you haven’t really thought it through 100%. Sometimes it takes the process of time and change to figure out what the achievement of that dream really looks like. Sometimes new information necessitates a new approach. It may not be exactly what you thought it would be, but it is still your dream.


Lastest Costa Rica Design

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

We have been working on the design for our future Costa Rica home for some time. It changes constantly and this is the latest that we have. I have shadowed the model with what I believe to be a noon time sun during the “winter” months of the year. That is, when the sun is lowest in the sky. As you can tell, that’s still pretty high.


Costa Rica Sets a Standard for Sustainable Growth

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Since this is a personal blog, I talk about whatever is important to me. Today, only a day after Earth Day, I thought the following article about environmental policy in Costa Rica, that I received in an email, deserved attention. It was written by Thomas Friedman in honor of Earth Day.


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