Hele on to Oahu

closePlease note: This post was published over a year ago, so please be aware that its content may not be quite so accurate anymore. Also, the format of the site has changed since it was published, so please excuse any formatting issues.

Tomorrow afternoon, Morah and I head out for Hawaii! I’m so excited to =finally= go home again. It’s been about five years since I was last in Honolulu and I’m told a lot has changed. This trip will be doubly nice for Morah because not has she never been to Hawaii before, but now she’ll get to see where I grew up (since I’ve already seen where she grew up). So if I don’t post for a while, that’s why. I’m not sure if I’ll have Internet access or not. I assume I’ll be able to jump on once or twice while we’re there, but don’t expect any daily updates.

In preparing for this trip, I thought a lot about whether or not I wanted to try to contact Lauren and see her again. I have come to the conclusion that, despite how much time has passed and that I’m well over it all, I don’t yet want to see her again. It’s not so much that I’m not ready, but more that it’s not the right time. Perhaps if Morah and I move to Honolulu (which we’re considering) I’ll feel more comfortable about trying to see her again. And what if I just happen to bump into her while we’re there? So be it. As I said, I’m looking toward the future and no longer dwelling in the past.


From time to time I post viewer comments that we get here at Fox if I think they’re funny. This is quite possibly the single best viewer comment I’ve ever read:

10 Dec 04 – 1930hrs – Male Caller – “FUCK YOU!” Long pause. “I’ve been fucked over by Fox!” Another long pause. “Hello?”


Oh! I forgot to tell you about the Fox Christmas party. Wait, we need some back story first.

Every year, our station holds a contest where the different departments decorate their doors (or one nearby as not every department actually has a door) and the winner gets a pizza party. The doors are judged by people who don’t work at the station (in the hopes that they won’t be biased toward a particular department) and the winner is announced at the annual Christmas party.

We have this digital clock that counts down to a date that you program into it (you may have seen it sitting on my desk in some of the work webcam shots) and I got the idea to use it as the centerpiece for our door.

It took a lot of effort and we =just barely= finished in time, but we ended up winning for the second year in a row. Pics of the door are on their way!

Do I have an idea for next year’s door? You bet I do. -)

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