Welcome to Portland, Oregon – Adam Oshansky – a resident in PDX for 1 week. He comes west seeking fame and fortune. Best wishes Mr. Oshansky.
Let’s hope that he provide offense and solid defense at shortstop as the Cubs make a playoff push these last 2 months of the season.
The Alberta Street Last Thursday was going on last night and I got to experience for the first time since last summer with Court, Brad and Max….
I have been twice, once with JenLeo and another with Miguel, and a bunch of other friends…this street is growing like mad – or has in the past year. So many more upscale shops and restaurants, and less hippies than 1 year ago. This place is way past arrived and real estate prices are reflecting this. There is a building on 28th and Alberta that I always thought (as did many others) would make a gr8 building for the BootsnAll Travel Cyber Cafe and Hostel – well – prices are skyrocketing so I will have to find another up and coming area. 🙂
Thanks for sharing F and F.
I think I solved the sean.keener.org DNS problems…many people were saying this site came up “sometimes”. I transferred the domain to my registrar where I have better control over DNS and it seems to be resolved.
Pops got back from hospital yesterday and is good. Not exercising for a few weeks as his blood count rebuilds itself.
Also, gr8 to listen to Lance Armstrong grind out a big gain in the Pyranees this morning. A great way to start the day.
Dave Keener works from Hospital Bed.
My pops went to the hospital on Monday cuz he had super low energy. It took a bit of convincing to get him to go, but we are all glad he did. Turns out he was losing blood from an Ulcer in his stomach. The Doc burnt the ulcer shut and he has been recovering for what will be his 3rd nite in hospital tonight. In the above picture, he is getting his 2nd unit of blood jacked into his system to speed up recovery while he makes sure that a vendor is not screwing BootsnAll. Our family is praying and stoked for pops. It is an awesome opportunity to slow down and make sure that the stuff that matters in life stays on the frontburner.
I am just glad that he is gonna be ok.