So school is in full swing and for the first time since I married, I am a full-time student. I’m also a full-time employee with Nethosting.com, so my schedule has grown tighter than ever before. Add to that my aspirations for grad school (I’m looking at you University of Utah MFA program!) and the impending birth of my first baby, and I am truly stretching every hour of my day to its limit. That said, I have realized that my blog has grown cold and stale in spite of my earlier pledge that I would not allow that happen. Lori Cole (a personal hero of mine) linked to my blog over the weekend from the Hero-U Facebook page, and I was ecstatic, but also a tad embarrassed as the post to which they linked was over 4 months old.
Fortunately, most of my personal goals intertwine with one another and I am realizing more and more the importance of keeping at this site. I have a lot of big plans for future updates including some functionality that I would like to add to the site and maybe even an official logo. But, I would like to hear what my readers would like to see more of. I have realized that I can’t possibly remain on the cutting edge of video game news, but I can and will voice my opinion on major happenings in the gaming world. Any ideas for future articles?
A friend of mine over at LittleSisterGaming.com wrote an article about Super geeks that I have considered a great deal over the past few weeks. She talked about the individuals who find the time to play seemingly every major game release, watch every episode of [insert awesome SciFi TV series title here] , and still play D&D with their buddies on weekends and questioned where they found the time. If there are any super geeks looking at this page, I’d really like to know the answer.
Finally, you might have noticed that I said I had a baby on the way. My wife and I struggled to conceive a child for over two years before a doctor confirmed that it just wasn’t going to happen without medical assistance. We turned to Dr. Foulk over at the Utah Fertility Center who truly worked up a medical miracle for us. More on that later.
Sound off in the comment section below about what you would like to see written!