I swear, this has got to be one of the craziest January's I have ever had. Aside from the unpredictable weather that has been snowing and freezing one week, to now being almost 50, it's been a big month of change for me. I normally mean what I say, and say what I mean, so when the new year started I really did start up a new life, sort of. So after a few months of doing some property management and snow removal with my buddies, Jason Anders and Sam Stevens, I decided now was no better time than ever to go back to school and work on my degree. So after almost half a decade, I'm back in the classroom, this time, chasing a Computer Science degree. While I do sometimes kick myself for not just knocking this out long ago, I have to remind myself that it's only till recently that I have uncovered my inner computer nerd, and fully embraced it to the point of pursuing it as my hopefully soon to be career. It's been quite the shock to the system going back to class, and is funny since this time around, I'm the older, if not oldest person in the classes. But I haven't let that become a deterrent and it's really cool having the change of pace.
|A very common view for me now|
Not really too much more to report on. Although I'm astonished it's already the end of the January. I guess it's true, when you're having fun and staying busy, time truly does fly by. While I still am not able to talk about my new team for 2015, I am able to talk about one new sponsor, and that is Spy Optic. I'm pretty stoked to be working with Spy. They have some awesome eyewear that has some excellent technology, such as their Happy Lens, which is really something special. Aside from some casual glasses, I've been rocking the Screw on my bike rides now and been loving them. Big thanks again to Spy for the support and all the more looking forward to starting the 2015 race season.