When the site loaded up, I looked at it and thought “Wait, this isn’t right.” This is… someone else’s wedding? A whole host of thoughts ran through my mind. Did my domain expire? Did someone take over my site, replacing my images with theirs? Where did all our wedding photos go?
I was tickled to find this spam email in my Inbox the other day. The thing of it is: it’s in German, and likely intended for a different Felix Jung.
The CPAP machine forces air in through the nose, but your natural reaction is to just breathe through your mouth like normal. But the only thing is, with the CPAP machine going… air looks for the path of least resistance. So the air pushed through your nose rushes out of your mouth, if you open your mouth.
I really need to start doing one of two things. Either I drink more coffee with dinner, to avoid these post-dinner naps. Or I start hiding my cellphone, so my wife doesn’t keep taking all these candid photos of me, visiting sleepytown.
A few nights ago, I woke up and found the TV was off. When I reached for my phone to check Facebook, I saw a new photo appear that I didn’t recognize.
At work today, I was stopped by someone at work named Laura (someone from our copywriting team that I had never met/worked with before). She asked, rather timidly… “Are you a sweater model?”
I don’t know the last time I referenced it, but our wedding website (lizandfelix.com) is still online. We originally used it as a way to provide information to our guests, and it’s now where we store all the photos from the wedding itself. Consider this an official invitation to swing by and take a gander. Lots of fun links in the sidebar, too.
Today has been… interesting. I’m super self-conscious with this t-shirt on. But in a lot of ways, as ridiculous as it is, it makes me feel very silly. And I’m finding that I’m taking myself way less seriously today. Which is a good thing, and something I should do more often.
This weekend, on our way back from my grandma’s 105th birthday celebration, Liz and I stopped over in Valparaiso. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to time out meeting up with Julie, Bob, Tricia, and the kids again… but since we were in the neighborhood we decided to make a (tech support) pit stop.
Over the weekend, several of us were staying at Stacey and Shane’s house. On Friday night, Jahnu was queuing up YouTube videos (he recently discovered some of the vieos I’ve posted of him and Jasmine), and tracked down several of the commercials that my family was involved in, circa the mid 1980’s.
While on board our flight to Texas, the guy next to me asked if I knew I looked a lot like Steve Aoki.
20 presenters, from a wide range of backgrounds, all have to answer the same prompt in two minutes or less. The prompt for Saturday is: “Why Did You Stop?” and everyone will tackle this in their own, unique ways.
As of right now, somewhere in the world (probably Germany)… there’s a Felix Jung who just got a super cryptic email about a messed-up sounding sandwich, and is wondering just what in the hell is going on.