What is it that defines a man? Is it his mind? His heart? His thoughts? Or is it like Batman said in Batman Begins, "It's what I DO that defines Me." I'm not going to pretend like I know the answer, because I really don't. What I do know is that it's our legacy that is remembered after we are gone. 18 years ago, I met my amazing wife, who has stuck with me and been my rock throughout some of the toughest years of my life (this one not excluded). Together we have a couple of amazing kids and have had some amazing adventures. In my mind, my ultimate legacy is what type of person I raise my children to be. I have a step-daughter whom I have raised since she was 2, and son who was born in the middle of a global pandemic. It's been a ride so far and the ride is only going to get crazier, and that's okay. I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was 35 years old. I have had it my whole life, but just never really knew exactly what it was. I have come to find it both a blessing and a curse. I'm sure I will blog about both ends of the dichotomy at some point. I will say that I am an absolute nerd and love everything to do with art and technology. I have a ton of different hobbies, and I'm sure I will be adding more.