Monthly Archives: February 2008

Comments are Working Again!

Hey everyone! Thanks to all of you that have left comments on my recent posts. It turns out that they were actually being submitted, but they were being held for me to moderate them before they posted to the site. The weird thing is that it wasn’t telling me I had comments awaiting moderation. It should be all fixed now, so let me know if you notice anything weird.

By the way, that’s a 2008 Nissan Xterra I’m driving. I gotta thank Clint for convincing me to buy it. I am very happy with my purchase.

What I've Done This Week

I’ve been really busy this week with a really fun event that I’ve been going to after work.  I’m a huge tennis fan, and Doha is hosting the Qatar Total Open, which is a Tier 1 women’s tennis event.  I’ve been able to see people like Ana Ivanovic, Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams play.  I have tons of pics up here.

I also had a friend and his roommate visit this weekend.  He’s a good friend from A&M that I haven’t seen in about four years, so it was really good to be able to hang out again.

Alive and Well!

Sorry I haven’t written yet.  Life in a new country is crazy, but it’s going great.  I just uploaded some pictures that you can see here.

I hope to write a little very soon to post on here.  I’m still trying to get settled in, and I’m getting there step by step.  I had to visit the doctor earlier this week, because I was really dizzy for a couple of days.  It turns out that I had ear infections in both ears.  The hospital was really nice, and I got some medicine that helped a ton.

Work is extremely busy, but I love it.  I really love the people I work with.  Check this out.  My team of 7 people is represented by 7 different countries:  Germany, India, Turkey, Syria, Palestine, and the US.  That’s right, I’m the only American.  What an awesome experience!  The team dynamic is nothing like I’ve ever experienced.  The cultural differences are interesting and fun, and everyone is very helpful.  I really do love it.

More to come!