Saturday, March 25, 2006

Still no pictures for you

It's weird to not be able to use my computer to blog. For me blogging is a personal thing that I do on my own computer where I have things set up the way that I like them . . .

There is something special about college friends. I've laughed so much that my stomach hurts, but I keep on laughing. We haven't done anything that should be that great (played video games and watched movies and went out to eat), but the company and the jokes and the memories have been amazing. These are people that have seen me at my stupidest and they still like me (they made fun of me for being stupid, but that's fine).

11 comments:

Meg said...

Every time I'm in the NW and pass a Shari's I have flashbacks to all of us sitting around, guzzling bad coffee and too much sugar. *Sigh* Such sweet memories!

Big Mike Lewis said...

I had a blast James! It was so great to see you!

I am sad your wife could not come. Could this trip be an excuse to double up on credits to finish earlier?

James Wood said...

Meg - I concur. Those times at Sharis were priceless. Remember, "This is not a gym!"

Mike - doubling up on credits, huh? One way or another I would finish (I'd be dead-kinda-finished).

spcpeters said...

um James you are a superstar we only make fun of you when your stupid is because your usually so smart.... I actually had a conversation about a balanced paintball marker the other day I couldn't help but laugh at you and me.

Mrs. Andrea Wood said...

Mike- I'm sad his wife could not come too.

KMiV said...

James,
It was good to see you and we will continue to keep you all in prayer at school. Although--Busters Barbeque comes the closest to true southern barbeque--doesn't it.

Ron

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tabitha jane said...

james, you told me yesterday that you hung out and played video games and farted. why didn't you mention the farting part in your blog?

kristi said...

Glad to hear that you had a good time in Portland!

James Wood said...

Tabitha - ixnay on the artingfay! Blog people aren't supposed to know that I actually do that, it will ruin my good reputation . . . oh, wait, nevermind.

Big Mike Lewis said...

My favorite part was all of the innuendo comments and Rich stepping waaaaay over the line of inappropriate.

I like the city of Woodburn.