Conor’s website was once named, “How Conor is spending his money.” At that time he was spending it traveling the world for a year and a half, which is by all means is a respectable way to lower one’s bank account.
But then Conor settled down and now he considers his tales to be only mildly thrilling, if you consider settling in Kathmandu, Nepal, founding a home for trafficked children, and searching for the children’s parents in remote mountain villages mildly thrilling.
Not only is Conor’s blog interesting, it is written well. His writing style is funny and conversational. It’s not easy to write about serious subjects and maintain a great sense of humor. But Conor does.
His blog postings have slowed as of late, but he seems to have a lot on his plate: leaving Nepal, getting married, and maintaining his NGO, Next Generation Nepal, from Florida. I expect and hope Conor will continue writing. I for one would like to read a book about the last few year of his life.
If you are still reading this post and haven’t clicked over to read Conor’s Mildly Thrilling Tales you are doing yourself a disservice. I write about my underwear; he writes about orphans.
If you don’t comeback, I won’t blame you.