I wish that everyone would record a bit of themselves every day, and that future generations be required to read/listen to these auto-biographies as a matter of cultural heritage and learning. Because to be forgotten is such a great shame. Yet billions are already forgotten.
To the point: Thank You. By interacting with me through comments, conversations over the phone, conversations in person, arguments, discussions, anything and everything, you have helped make me who I am today. Your kindness, love, contempt, frustration, and all other such things have helped me along the way to become who I am. And honestly, I like me right now. So, thank you for helping me like me.
I have an amazing life. My wife is amazing, my first child, Mikela is a wonderful little girl. So sweet, playful, outgoing, ... everything a dad could want. And we are happy to report that we are expecting another little girl later this year! I am sure she will also be a wonderful little girl, especially with Mikela as an older sister. I am not sure I could be happier. :D
My work is going well, the boss-man just had a major insight into what will really drive Zeconomy's adoption, and I can't wait to build it.
I also am having an amazing burst of creativity in the last several months since starting to lift weights and run again, and I can't help but remember that I dream and am more creative when I work out regularly. On the creativity side of things, vote on some stories. On the physical side of things, I don't look bad for my age. Just need a haircut and a shave.
So yeah, thank you everyone for helping me get here, helping me be who I am. Oh... except for bullies when I was in school: you get no thanks from me.