Still in a time warp

By | October 22, 2006

That last post about Gothic II, model trains and Al Lowe’s new game I started back in May. It took me almost 5 months to get back to it. Talk about being in a long term time warp.

There have been a lot of things happening at my company, most of which I can’t talk about publicly because of trade secrets and such, but suffice to say I’ve been working even more than I normally did since early this summer. By the time I get home from work each day, I don’t really feel like spending too much time on the computer at home, so not a lot of posts here. Its good though, there are many exciting projects that I’m working on right now and with good people. The office has gone from three of us to ten of us since July. We’ve brought in racks of new servers for these projects and will be launching new services hopefully in November. Once we launch some of them, I’ll be able to talk a bit more about them.

Jessica and I have also been trying to start a family. The timing may seem a bit strange, but after so many years of saying that “its not time yet”, we find ourselves in our mid-30’s. In order to have a family, though, we need to go through IVF. Jessica talks more about it on her blog. We started in April and have had two unsuccessful attempts. We’ll probably start our third attempt in January. We’re trying very rapidly to keep her from going on and off of her MS medication since the on-again-off-again could be very bad for her and we don’t want her to have another exacerbation.

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