The Future of this Site


As some of you may have noticed, posting has dropped off a bit here recently. I suppose I should offer a bit of an explanation for anyone out there reading who I don’t know personally.

In January I went to the doctor’s office for a routine check up. It’s been a few years since my last one, so I figured I may as well go. Pretty standard stuff, except the doctor did notice I seemed to be picking up a little bit of weight around the waist, so he ordered an additional test for me — A pregnancy test. It came back positive.

In the infamous words of Internets: O.M.G.

You might expect that this news would come as a shock. Let me tell you, it did. When my doctor suggested a pregnancy test I told him it was impossible as I had my period only a few days earlier. But apparently it’s possible to have a partial period immediately following conception… that is what I seem to have had.

Ladies and gentlemen, start your hyperventilating.

As this has been a completely unexpected turn of events, I’ve had to do some long and hard thinking about my life and everything … And, honestly, as much as I enjoy my own little soapbox on this corner of the world wide web, I can’t see myself dedicating much time here anymore. Currently I haven’t even decided if I am going to continue my job full-time, so a little thing like a blog … It’s funny how a little crisis like this kind of clarifies what’s really important to you.

I’m hoping that this isn’t goodbye forever, but I don’t expect to be here much for the next six or so months … And after that, who knows?

3 Responses

  1. Posted on April 1st… a coincidence?

  2. %name said:

    Posted on April 1st… a coincidence?


  3. But, but, but, I don’t believe in coincidences!

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