I have lived in Davis several times throughout my life. The first time was when my mother attended UC Davis while I was in elementary school, between the years of 1989-1992, which were the 3rd through 5th grades for me. During that time, I attended Valley Oak Elementary School. For 6th grade, my family and I moved to a suburb of Sacramento, which is where I attended 6th grade through high school graduation. The fall of 1999, I returned back to Davis to attend UC Davis myself. This second time I lived in Davis lasted between the years of 1999-2006. There were about 6-8 months in there that I left Davis, living in San Francisco and Dallas, Texas for personal and family reasons.
I graduated from UC Davis in 2006, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women & Gender Studies, with a minor in Sexuality Studies. After I graduated, I briefly moved to Sacramento, and then to San Francisco, which is where I resided from December of 2006 to January 2011. During that time, I worked in the Produce Department of a Worker-Owned Organic Non-GMO Grocery Cooperative, called Rainbow Grocery. In February of 2011, I moved to Fairfield, Iowa to begin university studies once again at the Maharishi University of Management which can be found at the following link: http://www.mum.edu/index.html. I am studying to receive my second bachelor's in Sustainable Living http://sustainableliving.mum.edu/ .
I continue to feel an immense draw to Davis, California. Though I don't consider myself having only one hometown, I definitely consider Davis to be one of my hometowns. I visit as often as I can, being that it is very accessible by public transportation. A very wonderful Amtrak Station is conveniently located in Downtown Davis. While I lived in San Francisco, I could easily ride my bike to a BART Station and bring my bike with me right onto a train at the Richmond Amtrak station. Being that Davis is the most bike-friendly town I've ever visited, I could basically ride my bike right off the train and join right in with the collective bike culture!
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2005-03-27 23:18:51 same morgan that works at mediaworks? —ArlenAbraham
2005-03-31 18:13:58 Yep, is me. Mediaworks Morgan. —MorganFlores
2006-06-24 21:44:55 We can count on you for daily image updates on myspace, but nothing for the wiki!? —KenjiYamada
2006-10-06 05:48:21 I never said the Name Debate page wasn't a good entry... I don't like any "debate" entry, but I'm happy to simply ignore them. I wasn't slamming the Name Debate page, simply saying "Hey, I don't care about the Name Debate, but boy, this is a really good idea for a new entry". As in "I don't care why this entry exists — for *any* reason, it's a great new entry". —JabberWokky
2006-10-06 05:54:54 Ah, looking up my exact comment, I see the confusion. I was referring to the actual debate itself when I said "Who care about some 'Name Debate', this is a neat page", as in "Regardless whether or not you care about the debate over the name, this is a neat idea for a new entry". Although the comment was written in a little itty bitty box and was a quick comment. :) No offense to the debate — if I really cared about an entry, I tend to post to it. I just happen to think that debating non-wiki specific topics on the Wiki is just a shade more effective than trying to wash your car by posting to livejournal. That said, some people seem to enjoy debating on the wiki... not my thing, but the Houses entry is a fantastic idea that I *do* like. —JabberWokky
2006-11-28 22:19:00 MORGAN FLORES!! I saw you that one day a long time ago. It's always nice to see a familiar face. :P —JessicaJohnson
2007-01-06 17:54:50 Hi Morgan, thanks for all the help with my show when I needed last-minute help and everything. You took off before I came by with the cupcakes for you and Jeff. Have fun and keep changing up the hairdo. —KarlMogel