Three Things I Do Not Understand...

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...four that cause me grief.

The inability for a DVD replicator to properly print, the madness that is .pdf exporting, a case of the Mondays and mass emails that need to be sent.

In honor of my artist skillz--the "z" indicates they aren't actually there--I have taken a self-portrait entitled:

Frustrated with Technology

To alleviate some potential frustration you may encounter, please note: will be down for maintenance tomorrow and Wednesday.
(the 23-24 of February, 2010)

We are still around to help. You can find us at until we're back online.

This blog will be here, the Sonlight Forums and Sonlight's Facebook page as well. Please swing by to encourage us. We welcome your thoughts and prayers as we tackle this major technological task.

Thanks, friends!

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Surrogate Father

P.S. Spam was getting annoying, so I had to disable the Username/URL option for comments for a while. I'm sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you. I really do welcome your input!

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3 Responses to Three Things I Do Not Understand...

  1. se7en says:

    Great shot... AAAhhhh the frustrations of technology, I am sure gleaning at the edge of the wheat field must have had its frustrations too!!! Even so I would like to go back there sometimes!!! Our boxes arrived and their was glorious joy and then everyone had to get to bed... today we have guests all day... and a pile of fresh boxes waiting to be tackled - talk about frustration and a lack of enthusiasm for hospitality!!!

  2. Ariana says:

    Ugh, sorry you're dealing with frustrating technology.

    Thanks for the warning about the site being down. I was planning on buying some stuff but will wait until later this week to save myself the frustration ;)

  3. Luke says:

    Se7en, that would be frustrating! But I think you're right: Frustrations have likely been a companion of mankind for a long, long time. <smile>

    Ariana, glad to save you a little frustration! <smile>


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