Sunday, March 30, 2008

3 More Months to Go...

Today marks my 27th week. We only have 3 more months until the Baby comes! I can't believe how fast the time is passing. For those I don't get to see very often, here's a picture of the progress...

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Nursery Is Starting to Take Shape

The furniture for our nursery arrived a couple of weeks ago. Dani has picked out some fabric for the baby's crib and now we are working on picking out a paint color. Here are a few pictures of the unfinished room.

Dani is very excited about this recliner/swivel glider that will come in very handy on some of those late nights.

Annual Bandon Trip

Sorry for the delay in posts, things have been pretty hectic around here. We have lots to write about and catch everyone up on. First I am including a link to a website that one of my friends from San Francisco has created: This is a website that tracks our annual trip to Bandon that me and 7 other friends take every March. Anyway, it is a work in progress but there are some great pictures.

Friday, March 7, 2008

Back from Singapore

Just flew back from Singapore and boy are my arms tired!!! That was for you Mom.
Anyway, thought I would post a couple more pictures from my trip...

As many of you are aware, I was over in Singapore to do user training and then to user acceptance testing on a new instance of Oracle for our International division called Knowledge Universe. Above are my students and testers. I certainly did feel tall there.
This is the building our office is located in and where I spent the majority of my trip to Singapore. I would take a cab ride to and from work each day and tell them my office was at Changi Business Park and they say it is the building that looks like it has a big piece of swiss cheese on the front of it. They all looked at me like I was crazy...maybe they don't have swiss cheese there.
Last weekend I was able to go out to the HSBC Womens Open which happened to be played in Singapore. This was a great opportunity to see the top 30 women golfers in the world play at an amazing looking golf course. It seems that there is water on almost every hole. I am hopeful to get to play here when I am here next time as one of my coworkers is a member.
All the greats were there Ochoa, Sorenstam, Gulbis, and Creamer to name a few. There weren't a lot of spectators so it was really easy to get close to the players and caddies. Suppose it didn't hurt that I was a head taller than most people there, so I could just look over them if there were any crowds.