Thursday, April 23, 2009

Sad Time

Spencer D. Hess
Spencer D. Hess, 64, Brainerd, passed away at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd on Monday, April 20, 2009. He was born March 3, 1945, in Waterloo, Iowa, to Francis and Velma (Tegtmier) Hess. He was a 1963 graduate of East Waterloo High, was in the U.S. Navy from 1964-1968 and worked at Potlatch until his retirement.He is survived by his wife, Gina; his sons, Shawn, David and Aaron; his daughters, Lauri and Linda; his stepchildren, Troy, Chad and Lori; 12 grandchildren; his siblings, Randall, Pam, Gretchen (Allen), Jalane and Jennifer (Charlie); and his mother, Velma.He was preceded in death by his father.Services are pending with Halvorson-Johnson Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Brainerd.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Picture Time

I haven't had a change to blog in a while, so I am just going to post some pics of the family

Here is my baby girl and my neice.

Naked baby in the tub

Butthead (yes, he does answer to it) and baby at the zoo

Rach petting a llama, Ash in the backgroung huddle in the blanket. It was cold at the zoo that day.

Friday, January 30, 2009

You might be from San Diego

My sister sent this too me. Thought I would pass it on. How true it is.
You might be from San Diego if:
Every street name is either in Spanish or Spanish related, and you're surprised when other areas don't have this.
You can determine the accuracy of someone's "i'm ghetto" claim by knowing their high school. For example, El Camino High School, Hoover High School, or Crawford High School
You see weather forcasts for four different climate zones in the same county, and aren't remotely surprised.
You routinely go or have gone to Pat & Oscar's solely to get breadsticks.
You've ever gone to Downtown San Diego and marveled at the homeless people mingling with the rich young urbanities.
You've gone to Mt. Helix in July and known you still need a jacket.
You've tailgated at Qualcomm Stadium, and for bonus points, also tailgated when it was Jack Murphy Stadium
You've been to the Wild Animal Park but can't remember the last time you went to the Zoo. You've ever been on a field trip to see an Imax movie at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center.
You still call it the Del Mar Fair.
You say "i'm going to the track" and people know what you mean.
You understand what May-Gray and June-Gloom is.
A famous skateboarder/surfer lives in your town.
There's a North County, a South County, and an East County but no Central County.
"Mossy Nissan! Mossy Nissan! Mossy Nissan Moves You!"
You know what it means when two guys are walking in Hillcrest.
You know what it means when a girl in a short skirt is walking on El Cajon Blvd.
You've gotten stuck in the Horton Plaza parking structure traffic after a Padres game.
You know what "The Merge" is, and will plan your entire day around not being on it during rush hour(s).
You've ever been to Belmont Park and rode the Big Dipper.
(For North County) You remember the days before the all the big movie theaters opened. And when they did. First the Edwards in San Marcos, then the Regal in Oceanside, then the Krikorian in Vista, and finally the Regal in Escondido.
You've ever taken the Coaster and laughed at people sitting in traffic on the 5.
You know the difference between Clairemont Mesa, Kearny Mesa, and Mira Mesa.
You can correctly pronounce Tierrasanta, La Jolla, Rancho Penasquitos, Cabrillo, Jamacha, San Ysidro, Otay Mesa, and El Cajon.
You've ever gone to Sea World on a warm day and sat in the first few rows at the Shamu Show to get cooled off.
You've ever been delayed at the Border Checkpoints on the 5 and the 15.
There are more bands than people.
Your house doesn't have air conditioning.
You know it's San Diegan, not San Diegoan, or San Diegoite.
Everyone has their favorite beach.
No matter what the weather is, there is always someone walking around in a t-shirt, shorts, and flip flops.
You live on, near or are surrounded by hills.
You have family and or friends that have moved to Arizona.
There are four distinct seasons: Nice, Nice, Nice, and A Little Chilly.
Your house is worth more than the GDP of some small countries.
You know what MB, OB, and PB stand for.
You used to, and sometimes still do ride the carousel at Seaport Village.
You know someone who doesn't own pants, and have a neighbor who doesn't seem to own a shirt.
Your high school had a surf team.
You know what Santa Ana's are, and that they have literally nothing to do with the city of Santa Ana.
You know what a California burrito is.
You never, under any circumstances call it anything other than "the Gaslamp."You never, under any circumstances call it anything other than "L.A."
Julian Pies.
You're shocked when you find out people have never been to the beach, and even more shocked to find out some have never seen the Ocean.
In elementary school you were forced to do countless "duck and cover" earthquake drills.
Your childhood dream was to become a dolphin trainer at Sea World.
You know or have known countless guys under 5'9'' tall that own huge lifted trucks to account for their shortcomings.
You love driving on the 52, just for those crazy bumps that they always try (and fail) to smooth over.
You know someone who knows someone who knows Reggie Bush.
You remember where you were the day of the Santana High School Shootings.
When you were a kid you thought the Mormon Church was a castle, or Disneyland.
You know what this sign means:
You still call it Christmas on the Prado"
Nobody beats, El Cajon Ford!"
You've never had a snow day, but you've had a week off for fires.
Every time there's a major snow storm in the Midwest or the Northeast, the next day's newspaper has a picture of children playing on the beach on the front page.
You remember going to the WB store at UTC as a kid and playing in that tunnel thing they had. Everytime you watch the weather you expect to hear "and here's the KUUUUUUUUUUUUUSI forecast" and/or "no flipping!" because of John Coleman.
You know the worst traffic in the world is Saturday morning-afternoon going south on the 5 and Sunday afternoon-evening going north on the 5.
You remember when 619 was the only area code in San Diego.
And you get a little excited when you see Reggie Bush put 619 on his eye black.
You can surf and snowboard in the same day, but you've never felt like actually doing it.
You know the difference between UCSD and SDSU.
You know all the places where "Bring it On" and "Top Gun" were filmed.
Pretty much every area has a high school with "Rancho" in the name.
You've heard the phrase "Spring comes in Summer, Summer comes in Fall, Fall comes in Winter, and Winter not at all."
You've talked about going to Vegas when you turn 21 for like 5 years.
You've had Carne Asada Fries.
You've watched the Prep Pigskin Report, and most likely know someone on it.
You remember Premium 92/1, Q106.5, Star 100.7, and my 94.1.
You know that Cal Worthington will never die.
You went on a field trip to Cabrillo National Monument on Point Loma.
You know what "The Turko Files" are, and are still a little afraid of his mustache.
You know what Lou's Records is, and that they have EVERYTHING.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

So, I decided that since it is really slow here at work at night. Can I tell about the strange calls that I get. Please take this small piece of advise. Don't play with your phone in the middle of the night. Because if you break it, your stuck until morning when the store opens.

Another piece of advise is that company's plan scheduled maintenance at night. This is done because there are less people on the network. Please be patient, your phone should work in a couple of hours.

Always try turning you phone off and on. By powercycling your phone or handset, this will refresh you on the network. this is especially true if you are traveling outside your home area.

Enjoy these tips. I will post more so keep checking back