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    Wife, kid, cars, motorcycles, cigars, video games. Yep I'm good.

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    No wife, no kids, house has been paid off for years, work is good, health is well. To me that is happiness.

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    Roof over our heads is sound. And that, given the context is happy time.
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    I have a healthy family. Live in a great place with lots to do. The kids are much better off here than they were in Chicago. We have a 2nd income now, and more flexibility. So in general, things are going pretty good.

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    I am back to full time status in the OR, working 4 10 hour shifts again. I begin call next month, and I am actually excited for it. I missed the work, the extra area for income, and the payoff of what I do.

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    Do you still coach, coach tyler?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godson View Post
    I am back to full time status in the OR, working 4 10 hour shifts again. I begin call next month, and I am actually excited for it. I missed the work, the extra area for income, and the payoff of what I do.
    Way to go man.

    We're proud of you here, both for your work on your recovery, and also for the tough job that you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaultyMario View Post
    Do you still coach, coach tyler?
    Yes sir, I'm back to doing that as well between 2-4 times a week. Thanks all for the kind words.

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    There I was, working in the shop yesterday morning. I was prepping stuff and getting ready to start with the lathe. The electrician was supposed to come Saturday to install the new electrical stuff so I can actually use the lathe. Something came up and he had to postpone until next week. (He's a maintenance guy in Lori's dept. and does minor jobs on the side.) Not a big deal. I was getting stoked to finally be up and running. I was thinking about how I was really enjoying what I was doing in the shop. Then I started thinking about how frustrated I was in the last few animation gigs I worked. The new gig was already frustrating me (for reasons I won't discuss here) and I had not even started yet! I was dreading doing that again, so I backed out. I am going to concentrate on the shop full-time. When I told them (the studio that offered me the work) that I was not going to work for them after all, it was like a weight had been lifted from me. I am very lucky to have the choice. Animation is a tough go, and animators are usually at the mercy of studios.

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