My name is Ethan Sausville. I'm 20 years old, and have been homeschooled my entire growing up.
Currently I work as a full time GL accountant in downtown Portland.
The Longest Day by Cornelius Ryan, Battles of the American Revolution by WJ Wood, 1776 by David McCullough, Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, Count of Monte Cristo by Alexander Dumas, A Song for Your Honor by Kay Evans, Last of the Breed by Louis L'Amour, Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis, Mere Christianity by CS Lewis, Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien, Greenmantle by John Buchan, and (of course) The Bible.
Currently reading: the Bible, Conflict & Suspense by James Scott Bell, Fox's Book of Martyrs
Favorite Songs: He Will by Hilary Weeks, Little Drummer Boy by Josh Groban, Fields of Glory by High Kings, Spirit Wind by Casting Crowns, and Heartland by Celtic Thunder.
Favorite Musicians: Hilary Weeks, Josh Groban, High Kings, Casting Crowns, and Celtic Thunder
Favorite Composers: Gregory Wilbur, Thomas Bergersen, Mark Hayes, Philip Stopford, and Hans Zimmer.
Favorite Instrumental Songs: The Lone Ranger - Finale by Hans Zimmer, Heroes by William Joseph, It Tells a Story by Two Steps from Hell, Now We Are Free by Hans Zimmer, Promise by Thomas Bergersen
Hey! By the way, since this site has basically stalled, (can't contact any admins to get threads approved, etc.) There's a new forum set up recently by some of the community, where HSAers can talk and be active.
I've started several threads on there, so if you get a chance, check it out and consider joining us!
Not too bad It's been busy with work, though. Our family was able to get outside this past Saturday, so that was a nice break! Other than that...absolutely nothing. It's as bored and slow as anything down here! But I'm thinking about working on some kid ministry type thing down here soon...that should give me something productive to do...besides haunt people's profiles on HSA
Wow, you have a crazy weekend! It sounds super fun though... I love visiting with friends and family. I think we will be going to hike or float the river tomorrow. It will be a gorgeous 72*!!! I think we will pack a lunch, too... we haven't been on a family outing for awhile... Hope you have a really good time hanging out with your friends!