Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Phillip Waters

Rewind back to your first day at the High School: some of us had email, a lot of others had never heard of it! The library soon after got new computers and the World Wide Web eventually became part of Senior English research papers.
It is amazing to see, after time has gone by that we meet up on Facebook, update our profiles on Blogspot, and buy reunion tickets with PayPal!
After ten years, I still work every day building tools that run on the Internet and I'm amazed how far the world is come and where it is going!

I live in Rexburg still because I love it here. I work as the Email Administrator at BYU-Idaho. My daughter Anna will soon turn three and leave with her mom for an adventure across the state. Life threw me a few surprises, but everyone is well, and I really can't complain. I'm interested to see everyone and how they've changed or stayed just the same, and I'm excited to have technology help us keep touch.

Thanks all of you who donated your time to make that possible.


Natalie said...

Hi Phillip,
Anna is beautiful! I'm sorry to hear that she's going away with her mom; that can't be fun for you. I've been helping a tad with the reunion blog and Facebook stuff and I was so flattered to hear your gratitude. It means a lot coming from a computer guy! :) Take care.

Anonymous said...

Phillip loves technology...but not as much as MHS you see, but he still loves technology - always and forever!

Couldn't help but think of this song when I was reading Phillip's post. It's refreshing to see someone with so much enthusiasm for work and for life.

Good times, fellow bobcats, even great times.

The Liljenquist Family said...

I thought that picture was too cute to be you. Give me a hollar if you are ever in Vegas