My last few weeks of 2010 have been spent in Tampa with my family, who I haven’t seen since summertime. It’s a bit ironic that I ended up bringing freezing evenings and windy days with me from Tallahassee. If my parents knew that the cold weather would be their Christmas present, they probably would’ve told me to stay at FSU for the remainder of December. I have a bit of a history of not finding the ideal gifts during the holiday season for friends and family. It’s not that I’m a last-minute shopper or anything, but I end up picking out the strangest things when surrounded by so many colorful sale signs and new gadgets that come out just in time for the holidays. I’m one of those suckers who go into Brookstone and think that every pointless invention is the best gift ever until it gets put back into its box after Christmas Day and collects dust for the rest of eternity. Discarded with those gifts are my memories of the year 2010. Even though my memories of this past year are in the rearview mirror, the lessons that I have learned will stick with me for years to come.
|Calling in for my "Bill Me" segment |
on an old school phone.
|Hard at work in Monticello, FL.|
|Happy Holidays and Happy New Year |
from the ALPHA Ghost Team.