Back to Work


I started my new full-time wage attachable job on Monday. This is a good thing and I'm enjoying being back in the work-force again. Nothing like getting up and driving thru traffic, weather and idiot drivers again. I sure did miss it. (not)

Just going to take some getting used to. This blog and my Eve playing have survived employment before and they'll do so again. This first week I decided to take it easy as far as both go, give myself some time to get back into the swing of things. I freely admit that I got spoiled working out of my home studio, especially since we moved into the new place over the past Summer. My new studio space is something I've waited my whole life to have at home. Not that it will go to waste or anything. I'm writing this right now in it. So there.

Things change and evolve. Luckily we have great Directors and pilots in ABA and Stay Frosty that can keep things humming along while my schedule changes. We managed to start, grow and expand Stay Frosty during the most turbulent time in my entire life, so this should be a cake walk. At least now I don't have to feel guilty "wasting" time on Internet spaceships.

So hang in there, this crazy journey just took another turn.


PS: This was a real life post. These things are gonna keep happening, so deal with it.




17 comments:

  1. Congrats on employment! This seems to me to be a pretty big deal.

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  2. Congratulatiosn on this amazing news! One of the weirdest joys in life is that of finding a job after a long time unemployed. It's a short lived joy as your job becomes a job, but, it feels SO GOOD!

    (I hope this will help with everything else too so we can rejoice that December 2016 was the lowest and everything goes up all the way since then)

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    1. Thanks, I also hope this represents a turning point. Several more steps to go yet, but at least we're heading in the right direction.

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  3. Congrats.
    I am happy to have another rl post here. I realy felt with you in your struggles. Keep it up!

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  4. Congrats on the new job. Does this mean you're taking back your former post of not real life posting here? Or did I misunderstand something along the way? That's possible, I'm blonde.

    I feel ya on the traffic. God Almighty, I feel your pain on traffic and idiots.

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    1. No I meant that when I wrote it. But things change and I can't keep quiet about stuff for long.

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  5. Congratulations - that is some excellent real life news.

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  6. That you have the job (as long as it works, some jobs do not) was the best news of the season.

    Meanwhile, now, both the CEO (Frank), my boss, and the Founder (Morgan) of Star Tide Industries are sporting "Warp to the Dance Floor" t-shirts. They arrived with no problem, and look great. Thanks!
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    Doc Kinne/Alan Mathison

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    1. Thank you. And I'm glad to hear that the shirts arrived and I hope everyone enjoys them!

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  7. It's Nice to read that. Good luck Mr pirate overlord.

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  8. I gotta drop in on your neck of the woods sometime and see about exchanging some k-mails, congrats on the getting the job, I hope this will be a turning point for you!

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