Friday, December 07, 2007

Maui Vacation 2007

We made it! 2007 was a busy year to say the least. 40 public appearances, 200 blog posts, about a dozen published articles, a book, 7468 sent emails, and who knows how many airline miles. This year has been fun with many memories, but also extremely tiring. Having just gotten back from Texas (*mmm, ribs*) and New York (*brrr*), my last business trip of the year, its time to turn off the techno-stuff and vacation a little.

On Monday I’ll be heading back home to Maui for a couple weeks with the family as we do every year. During that time there will be no blog posts, email responses, or communication of any kind. Because you know I’ll be busy at the beach (surfing the winter swell), playing with the kids, having a few BBQs, maybe jumping off a few waterfalls, and working in some Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu – the usual stuff. And if I can get rid of this pasty white complexion, that’ll be good to. ;)

Merry Christmas everyone!


Anonymous said...

Well, have a great vacation and fill your batteries! I'll make sure we grab a beer at RSA next year ;)

Jeremiah Grossman said...

absolutely. We'll probably organize another WASC meet-up. That should be fun!

Anonymous said...

Please take a great picture from the beach for me. ;)

Hope to see you somewhere in Europe next year. Have a great vacation!

Anonymous said...

Have a great vacation.

Hope to see you sometime in Australia soon.



whimspot said...

Hi Jeremiah,
I was having a conversation with my Aunt this very day. She has decided to read the book of Jeremiah you have some info on the prophet? I haven't looked around too much on your blog yet.....Maui is great ....It looks like you an respond to my email because my info is on the page...I'm new to this blozizog shizog.
Malama Pono....Leigh

Anonymous said...

Hey Brahdah Jeremiah,

I'm on Maui too for Xmas and surfing (Kapalua/Honolua area). Since we're a potential WH Sentinel customer, maybe you should buy me one plate lunch and we go surf li' dat tax deductible. ;)

Mele Kalikimaka and a Haole Makahiki Hou. Thanks for all your good work and contributions to the WebAppSec community.

Jeremiah Grossman said...

Anonymous, now if you had only left your name. :)