I have the privilege of speaking at the MinT STP (Summer Training Program) tomorrow for the leadership team of Chinese Christian Fellowship at Cal Poly. They gave me a number of things/options to talk about, so I will be discussing DISC profiles and meetings as part of an overall discussion on Communication and Meetings. I only wish I had more time to speak (they gave me 90 minutes) as this is a topic that could probably span five 1-hour sessions for the whole week. Regardless it’s my privilege to share with them, and I’ll be back next week as my Young Adult Pastor, Tilden Fang shares with them regarding Quiet Times and Prayer.
In any case, here are some of the resources and tools I will be sharing tomorrow:
Please join me in welcoming Jubilee Huaeying Cho into the world. This post is a few days late in coming, but it’s here. Here’s the e-mail I got from “her” when she was just one day old. Smart cookie! That’s my (technically future) niece !
Let me introduce myself. My name is Jubilee Huaeying Cho. When my parents first found out they were having me, their first thought was that they wanted me to have much joy. My parents saw that I gave a little smile when I entered this world, that’s why they named me Jubilee. My middle name means “Graceful Heroine.” It was given to me by my parents as well, with the help of both sets of my grandparents and my great grandmother Cho.
My arrival date was August 26, 2008 at 5:44pm. I just found out that I weigh 7 pounds and 12 ounces and am 20 inches in length.
Mommy Amy and Daddy Jeremy says “hi” to everyone!
Can’t wait to meet you all!
Below, we have the e-mail post card sent out by Jeremy and Amy as well as pictures of Daddy (unfortunately, covering her face) and Jubilee. The pictures were taken about 7:20PM on 8/26, so she was a mere hour and a half old. So adorable!
This should be a very relaxing weekend. I’m looking forward to a very chill time with Charlene and friends from Real World. We’ll be going to New Brighton State Beach with Real World, so if you’re available, sign up on the Evite.
We’re bringing watermelon, and having pizza delivered for dinner. Come join us! We’ll be showing up around 4PM. See you there!
This week has been really crazy. I’m trying to finish up a web development job I’ve been working on for the past couple of weeks. Nuts! I’ll be glad when it’s over.
It has been a lot of fun, and I’ve really learned a lot. I think this is my first all CSS layout. Most of my other stuff has all been table-based. So there has been a learning curve, but the site is finally based on web standards. Yay!
I’ll post a link when I get everything finished.
Amy had her baby tonight, and that makes Charlene an auntie. I guess I’m a close enough family friend that that makes me an uncle as well. And of course when Charlene and I get married I’ll really be an uncle. I guess it’s a little crazy to think about. I always figured I’d have to wait until Andy had a kid before I was uncle. I guess I never really considered that I could be an uncle because of my wife’s side of the family. This is a little nuts. Anyways, I told Charlene that Jason has nothing on me I’m gunning for the title of “Best Uncle.” haha
Charlene and I are driving down to SLO tonight. Joe and Kim’s wedding is tomorrow, and we were fortunate enough to be invited. We’re definitely excited for them and we are looking for to celebrating with them. The crazy thing is that all four of Wongs will be at the wedding. Somehow mom and dad managed to get invited. Frankly, I’m not even sure how we got invited, but it is what it is and we are excited to go.
This is always an interesting set of facts. I guess they were born in 1990, and I was only six. So maybe that explains why I’m naïve about some of these things. I took a look through it and some of things resonated pretty well with me also. Number 29: I never knew that IBM made typewriters. Number 33: I didn’t know anyone else hosted the Tonight Show. Number 38: I don’t remember the time before Leningrad existed. Number 47: I’ve never heard an attendant asked to check under my hood either.
Anyways, it’s pretty interesting, but enjoy the Beloit College Mindset List for 2008
I’ve decided to become a Pampered Chef Consultant. I figure I have the time, and the additional income can’t hurt. We’ll see where it takes me. Incidentally, if you’re looking to host a Pampered Chef Party, give me a call and let me know. I’d love to be your consultant.
Indeed it was an engagement party. Tim and Edith are engaged. Tim hosted a pretty awesome after-party. There were all kinds of appetizers with all different meats and cheese. There was a ton of drinks, which mostly consisted of bottles and bottles of wine. He took her Stanford for his proposal. Quite an interesting story. If you know them, you should definitely ask them about it. My favorite part is that Edith made him ask three times. I told Charlene that when I propose she better not make me ask three times. I’m looking for a clean yes or no.
Congratulations, Tim and Edith!
So Charlene got this random invitation from Tim to party for Edith. We have no idea what’s going on, so we’ll see. I have an inkling that it’s a post-proposal party. If it is congratulations to Tim and Edith! If not it should be a fun party regardless.