The past four weeks have been an absolute whirlwind, and my feet have barely had time to touch the floor, let alone update my blog, but let me try to get you caught up on what’s been happening.
Most importantly my immigration stuff is complete. I no longer just have work authorization, instead I am now a full fledged permanent resident of the United States of America. That’s really cool and has me very excited and not just because it means I get to stay withwithout any legal worries hanging in the background, but it also means that I get to take my business in new directions as new avenues are now open to me.
One of those avenues has already opened for me and I have taken on a long term contract as IT, marketing and web consultant for Pinnacle Brain & Spine Center which is proving to be a very fulfilling and challenging job. Consulting for medical practices is a different ball game than for other businesses.
We’re still continuing with our sites such asand , we’re just rearranging our workflow to allow all aspects of what we do to coexist while still managing to have a personal life.
Speaking of personal lives…
We managed to make it up to Birmingham for BarCamp Bham and had a blast. Sara ran a gaming session on “Cards Against Humanity” and I got to present back to back with Evan Travers about responsive web design.
After BarCamp we got to hang out with the Birmingham posse again, and spend a great night with our friends, shooting the breeze and playing Cards Against Humanity. It’s fair to say that “Cards” has become a staple recently and we’ve been actively
corrupting exposing our friends to it. Last weekend we had a 10 player game at our house and I must say that there’s nothing like that game to expose your friends’ true sense of humor.
Did I mention we got cats? No? Damn! Well, those of you who follow me onknow that we adopted two adorable kittens who are now about 16 weeks old. They’re names are Cersei and Daenerys (yes, after the characters in Game of Thrones) and are the most affectionate cats I’ve ever encountered. They’re the best of friends and amazingly cute, except when they come to our bedroom door at 5:30 am and demand entry. I’m not sure they’re cute at 5:30 am. I’m not sure anything is cute when it wakes you up at 5:30 am.
So that’s what has been happening. I’m sure there’s more, but those are the highlights. Sara continues to amaze me and make me wonder how I got so lucky and life swirls around in a whirlwind with no sign of stopping.
Did you know my mom is coming over from Ireland for a visit at the end of September? Mobile, you have been warned!