Back after some time off….

I had to take a break.  Starting a new job, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years…..  it all barely got too much to handle.  I contemplated starting over with a new site and just deleting this one, but I decided against that after thinking about it a little while.  No one I know in real life knows I have this and there isn’t anything I need to run away from.

A lot has happened but I’ve coped quite well considering.  My job is going really good, like better than I ever thought it would.  I was on the fence as to whether I wanted to get into an alternative IT field when I started in October.  Surprisingly I’ve found a stride and due to my experience, I have not had not to prove myself every step of the way.  In IT that’s a good thing as it quickly establishes respect with co-workers.

Things with the wife are getting better since last Summer/Fall as we’re both working on making things better.  We’re both not ready and were not ready to throw in the towel on our relationship.  There are still things that cause issues and although I used to get angry or walk away, I’m instead telling her what is bothersome rather than getting angry and not talking.  It’s helped but at times it has had unintended consequences that have caused some rough spots.  In the end though, its opening the communication we both forgot we had and she is not starting to do the same thing.

I’m hoping I have more time to get online, but I can’t make promises.

Author: Andrew

I'm a middle aged technology geek with a life long passion for computers, technology, politics, science and all the bits in the middle between 0 and 1. I used to be a liberal but have mellowed in my advanced years to be more of a moderate conservative with a side of progressive for variety. What that means? Well, that means I carefully weigh all points, listen to what people are saying, then make an informed opinion that makes sense to the largest number of people without being fundamentally unfair. I run a personal blog, help manage and write for a community blog, and manage many other sites for various local businesses. I'm not perfect and failure is always an option, it's how we all learn.

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