In Evan’s last post, he introduced me a bit already: Yes, I’m 42 (actually 43, just had a birthday). Yes, I’m divorced. Yes, I’m a computer programmer looking for work.
If you’re wondering how Evan and I met--Well, I did some computer work for his law firm, then that kind of went haywire (most of his computers are junk, actually), so I started doing some yard work for his wife. That’s worked out really well. I like Evan’s wife, his kids; nice family. And a nice yard too!
Anyway, completely out of the blue, we discovered we had weblogs in common. I usually post anonymously on blogger.com. I need to hide my identity since I do a lot of blogging about my ex-wife and and our past problems and if things break down again between us—as in name-calling, fist-fighting, protective orders, etc.—I don’t want any stupid lawyers snooping around in my private thoughts. Today, though, I promised Evan I’d keep it clean and level-headed. (In my usual state, I have a temper.)
So, here are some topics I want to cover today: The different forces that worked on me to create the person that I am; my heroes in life; and my goals for the future in the computer (not the yard care) business. I'm posting from Evan's desk and I'll really get busy once everyone leaves for school/work.
Finally, Evan's making me add this to the end of every post: This has been a production of Ordinary Blog Day. The views expressed in this guest post are not necessarily those of blawg’s owner. If you are unhappy with the quality of the guest blogger’s posts, please amuse yourself here.