It’s been a VERY long time since I’ve utilized my blog to update you all of what’s been going on with me. Thus, I thought it be best to talk about it here rather than try posting it on social media where I may halve to do it in several posts.
Since my last post regarding my show, Time Tunnel Tunes on Mushroom FM, a lot has happened. I’ve since moved, got married and now have been working with Lighthouse Works Inc. for almost a year. These life events have drastically changed my priorities. I love my wife, where I’m working, and everything else going on in my life.
For the last few months though, I have seen some disappointing things occur in my life. Some of the friends I’ve known for quite a while have distanced themselves from me. Perhaps they have done so for good reason, but nonetheless, I really haven’t had an affirmative answer either way. I’m the kind of person that if I have wronged you, I’d rather come forward, apologize, and make amends. I know recently, I’ve been stretched pretty thin, but I would hope that people don’t think of me any less of a person.
Recently, I have decided to cut my ties with Mushroom FM. To me, even though I left on good terms over there, I didn’t think it was fair to them that I stay considering I don’t have an active show on the schedule, and because my upcoming project may interfere in their policies. However, I do leave the door open to them if they ever need my assistance again.
Now, let’s get to the meat and potatoes. If you’ve been following my tweets on Twitter, and my posts on Facebook, you probably have seen that I’m bringing back Magic 109. If you don’t know what that is, it’s an internet radio station I helped run from August of 2018 to July of 2020. When it shut down, it wasn’t appropriate to continue then and there with what happened, especially considering that management isn’t at an agreement about why it shut down in the first place. Well, I’m bringing it back, and this time around, it’s MY project. I’m not running it in partnership with anyone. I have always imagined that a station should be defined by how professional it sounds, and not by whether or not it’s a so-called “hobby station” that brings a bad name to internet radio. Should everyone be having fun? Yes, but they should enjoy being apart of it, and not trying to make anything more of it. To me, if the listener enjoys the radio show, station, or presenter, then you should be enjoying yourself there in turn.
I also have been very busy with gbj Imaging and The GodSquad as well. I’m in the process of moving the sites to a new server. Admittedly, I have more work to do on GodSquad’s site, but I am really happy in it’s progress. The work has been keeping me busy and my love for God has really helped. For my online business as a voice talent and audio producer at gbj Imaging, I can’t really complain. Would I like it to be more active? Yes, but I know with my full-time job it’s not really possible. It does bring me joy and has been very rewarding.
In the end, I would just like to say that I feel the choices that I’ve made over the last few months have been great. My wife, Ashley has been absolutely amazing and supportive. Never have I felt that she has played a role in the decisions I’ve made. She has never put the things I want to do with my life to the side for her own, because I have always supported her. I don’t feel like I’ve ever had to compromise and I imagine she feels the same way. To those who feel otherwise, I’d just like to say that you probably should talk to me before making an assumption, as I’m pretty happy to share my view on the whole situation. I’d also like to take this opportunity to apologize to anyone who I may of offended over the last few months. If more needs to be hashed out, please let me know. I don’t want to upset any kind of friendship we had because of something that I may have jeopardized. I hope you all take care and thank you so much for your time in reading this, and hopefully we can talk real soon!