Like most people on here, video games are a huge part of my life. They are a form of stress relief, hours of entertainment, and socialization amongst the people whom I consider to be some of my closest friends. I have somehow been lucky enough to find myself a beautiful woman who puts up with my pass time and rarely grumbles about it, except for when I tend to wake her up at night with my celebrations of victory.
Life is moving forward for me very quickly, and as much as I would love to explore the world of Lordran, Skyrim, The Capital Wasteland, and beyond, my life is slowly moving forward. I'll be moving out of state soon, starting a life with my fiancee, and working ridiculous hours to pay off school loans for her. But in the midst of all that, I'm never planning on losing that part of me that belongs to the gaming world.
That is what this blog post is all about. Not so much mourning the time I will be losing in gaming to real life, but to assure all of you that no matter how busy you may get, there is always time for the things you love. Whether its gaming, hiking, reading, or just star gazing under the night sky, don't let life rob you of the things you love. It has no right to them. It's your life, and you make it what you want it to be.
Well guys, as I finish this up I can't help but think of all of the friends I have made on here. You guys (and girls) have always been great company, and although I won't be around as often, you guys are still my number one group of people on here!
Oh and special thanks to Archie and Aegon for helping my stupid self figure out how to write one of these again!