February 2019 Update

Hello there everyone! In keeping with the monthly update tradition I wanted to take a moment to let you all know the hiccup in post release schedule for January has a good reason behind it.

As many of you know I went back to school in 2015 and graduated at the end of 2017, and since then I’ve been looking for work in the IT industry. The last year of looking for work has been long and difficult, however two weeks God blessed me with an opportunity to stay at my current employer and join the IT department. Last week was my first week with them and it while it was a lot to take in, it took even more for my body to adjust back to a regular work schedule instead of the overnight hours I had been working. I’m thankful for the opportunity to stay at a place that I’ve enjoyed working at for 3 years now, to be able to reconnect with friends that I’ve not seen for half that time, and to learn and expand my skills in a field that I am passionate about.

With all that said, I have several posts written up, I just haven’t had a chance to publish them yet. Look forward to them in the next few days. As mentioned earlier, I have a new writer joining Ancient Abandon and will formally introduce him when he is ready!

Finally, my brother-in-law and I have started talking about rebooting our old podcast, but are considering a more faith-centered approach. If we go that route, it may take the place of what I was planning for a new Ancient Abandon podcast. Of course, that is a long way off, but I’ll keep you updated.

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