So, I drink tea. And by drink, I mean consume. It is at the point that I have a subscription service where sencha green tea is regularly delivered to my house. But do I stop there? No way! In the pursuit of the perfect cup, I have gone to the depths of measuring out the leaves by weight and even ensuring water temp is what I find optimal. However, to do this, I needed a tech solution.
I like hobbies. I obsess about them in my downtime when the family is asleep. Why? They keep me preoccupied and not dwelling on the monotonous life that I have found myself in! In all seriousness, I find them entertaining. The major groupings that I obsess over are chillis, RPGs, Dragon Dice, and interactive fictions. First, chillis, commonly called “hot peppers” in the USA, are wonderful. I prefer flavor over intense heat.
So for those who don’t know, I am studying to get my MBA from the University of Missouri – Kansas City. This is providing me with the opportunity to expand my career in ways that I have never thought possible. First, I’m getting experience through a course with a real client, who is quite wonderful, might I add. I’m excited for what this experience will bring to both of us and hope to enrich our lives equally from the experience, as I do want to run my own enterprise at some point as I’ve got ideas!
I have been rambling on and on to my friends and family (my wife in fact is tired) regarding the drink called “OpenCola”. If you don’t know the 20+ year old recipe, give my treatment in an interactive fiction, found at https://caranmegil.com/if/opencola/, a play through. In the meantime, I made the recipe minus the caffeine and neroli essential oil (this stuff is difficult to find in Kansas City). It was okay.
So, again I’m moving after experimenting with Hugo and needing to consolidate some recurring expenses. As such, I will start off by reposting my original “Moving Time” post and moving over the blog posts I actually liked: I’ve moved my meditations (again). Previously, I was hosting it on a WordPress platform. Yucky as it may seem, it got cringeworthy when the database froze. Why a database for a blog escapes me.