It's been awhile. Just an update on my life: it's been insanely busy, and the busier things have gotten the more I've wanted to dedicate time to writing on this website, but I have always had issues with time management and discipline. I know I need to, and I really want to, but a lot of times I just can't bring myself to chip away at the keyboard until something emerges. Especially after jam packed days of dealing with other stuff. So, anyways, what's been happening lately? I'll fill you in on this past weekend. I made an appearance in Chattanooga at the inaugural Maker Day Expo. It was an exposition put on by a group called CHA MAKERS and the Chattanooga Public Library to introduce the public to 3D printing and scanning. I had talked to Mike, the event coordinator, earlier in the week leading up to the event and he placed the expected crowd to be at 300 people or so. In the end they totaled more than 1,200! Epic success on their part and I was glad to be 1:1200. Then on Monday, Patrick and I made it down to Nashville to the Frist Center to check out an exhibit on Rembrandt and the Golden Age of Dutch painting, and then we met up with Emily and caught an Alt-J show at the Cannery Ballroom. Pretty incredible set and an awesome night catching up with the pals. Other than that, the last two weeks have been filled with Editlab, Fern, and trying to figure out what I'm doing with my life. Oh, and I've washed a few dishes at the restaurant on the side as well.
Anyways, that's what I'm doing. Hope you're doing good too! Until next time, take care!