In the world wide web it seems ever more common to have a website, social profile, and blog. Although, I avoid many things at the hope life will be simpler I have finally decided to embrace sharing my thoughts on manners via the short and timely tweets and the more detailed and delayed blogs. Simply put: I'm here.
Look forward to the future ramblings and ambitions of a Christian, a Husband & Father, and a Proud American. Topics can include things related to me, my interests, and my family. Hopefully you can find some of the things I go through inspirational and entertaining enough to brighten your day.
I find it only fitting to make the first post with some information about who I am. I am Joe. I was born in San Francisco, CA in 1984. I moved to Las Vegas, NV where I met my wife, D'Lainie "Duh Lane Ee", and married in July 2009. I have three children: Daina Jo "Daina" (5), Joseph Paul Jr "Joseph" (2), and Jason Daniel "Jase" (to be born in the next few weeks).
I started school to be a programmer and software designer due to my desire to create things. I went through college excelling at programming and was offered a job in Las Vegas with a website and software design firm. I took the job pre-graduation and found that a cubicle job was not my speed. I then pursued hardware and networking for small businesses and found that the relationships and work was a nice fit and the technical demand still fulfilled my analytical mind and desire to "make something and make it work". I was given a job leading a tech bench at a national retailer due to my certifications and learned to dislike the politics of retail. I have now opened my own shop and provide services in a small town here in the mid-west.
Here we are in Bucyrus, Ohio. It's Friday the 18th of October and I'm awake early so I thought it would be an opportune time to say hello, I'm here, and I'm looking forward to sharing my thoughts on some matters in life. I will not be fit to a schedule for these posts as they're more designed to be me sharing things I feel are both public matter and important. I do not plan on forcing these blogs and making them a boring, political, or shallow read.
Feel free to say hello or ask a question and as I have time I will reply. If you're reading this, you are likely one of the first visitors or you have dug into the archives. Don't be afraid of the first. Making a mistake is more likely with the first; however, our mistakes are the stepping stones to our successes. I look forward to a successful blog with many insightful readers.
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Have a wonderful morning and however long until my next post. I look forward to finding something worth sharing and sharing something worth reading.