Following my Restless night’s sleep I had a rather busy day. I received calls for support from the SWDCMA, from ERCC, and from FTMC. FTMC I handled over the phone, SWDCMA I started to handle remotely, but in the process of trying to fix their problem I had to upgrade the firmware on their router, which of course resulted in resetting the router’s settings to factory conditions. So I had to bum a ride from one of David’s friends to get over to the SWDCMA office and set the router back up.

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VPNs and old bosses

Today I went over to the District Office to again attempt to troubleshoot the problems with their ability to log into the network through a VPN tunnel. Not seing anything wrong with teh server or the setup in the router I did the only thing logical, I printed off the page listing all the ports they had open on the router and reset the router to factory conditions. I then proceeded to set up the router again from scratch.

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My Situation compared to a year ago

I was browsing through my archive, reading from back in the days that I updated this blog often and I found an entry a little over a year ago (July 12th, 2003) where I took a Personality Disorder test and posted my results. The end of the results had a link to take the test so I thought it would be interesting if I took the test again to see how I grade a year later. Inside you can find results with their comparison’s to last year.

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Bloggie BDay

Today marks the 1 year anniversary of the day I started my blog last year, happy Birthday blog!

Also, 5 days ago was the 1 year anniversary of the day I started writing my first story, Miles Apart over on fanfiction.net. Some of you know that I am currently working on writing my first two novels. Unlike that original story, these are not fanfictions but instead are stories set with my own characters in my own situations. I’m looking forward to finishing them.

Camping on the Rocks

Actually what this refers to is that last week I went with the Junior High youth group of my church to their first annual Junior High camp (called Rock Camp 2004 cause the name of the Junior High youth group is Rock). I had the wondrous joy of driving a van full of young teenagers and preteens all the way to Oklahoma and back.

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