Heidi Seifert

Friday, September 16, 2005


My name is Heidi Seifert and I am a fourth year student at the University of Lethbridge. I am originally from Red Deer, but I moved to Lethbridge four years ago to be near the love of my life Ryan and to go to school. Ryan and I met in 2001 at a bible college in Edmonton. We were married last July 24 and are just loving our new life together. We built a house last summer and are enjoying that so much. We are both attending the University and both hope to eventually be teachers and be finished with University!! I am enjoying the faculty of education so far although it is a lot more work than I anticipated. Our next door neighbors are our really good friends Tiff and Mike and I work with Tiff too at Esquires Coffee House. I included a picture of Tiff and I at our friends wedding this summer. Ryan and I enjoy traveling, especially to hot places
and we love working with the youth group at our
church. We enjoy just hanging out together and having fun. I am looking forward to this Communication and Technology Class as the extend to my technological savvy is that I own a computer. I hope to have fun and learn a lot from this course! One final note. When I tried to create a URL for my blog, nothing in my name would work. I hope it is ok that I ended up using my nick name seifwife.

1 Comments:

At 1:08 PM, Blogger groovegear said...

First thing Friday, 9/16
Mayor Villaraigosa confirms that, yes, his family will be moving to Getty House, at least part-time. A day earlier, he was still being cagey .
Nice to see some decent content for a change. FYI, I log on today and see that we've got a new feature, the 'Flag blog' button, which is inconveniently located between the 'Get Your Own Blog' and 'Next Blog' buttons so that we would presumably be getting some flags on error alone (although if one happens to notice it, you can unflag a blog) But that's a trivial matter. What concerns me is this: When a person visiting a blog clicks the "Flag?" button in the Blogger Navbar, it means they believe the content of the blog may be potentially offensive or illegal. We track the number of times a blog has been flagged as objectionable and use this information to determine what action is needed. This feature allows the blogging community as a whole to identify content they deem objectionable. Ok, see the problem with this? What's "objectionable." I'm guessing there are a good deal of people that would likely deem my blog to be objectionable; and there lies the problem: what is objectionable and what is subjective. Just my 2 cents, Fire Patches

 

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