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New Post, Who Dis?

Ok, so... I haven't posted in a long time. A really long time. In my defense, things that have happened since last post, in no particular order:

  • Got married
  • Had my 30th birthday
  • Released a book
  • Traveled to France
  • A bunch of other small stuff

I plan on writing a post for each of those things, but until then, I just wanted to say, yes, I'm still alive.

The reason (and it's a stupid reason) for the lack of posts, besides being completly overwhelmed, is that I basically scrapped the old https://writing.natwelch.com and rewrote using graphql. If you're interested in participating in Hacktoberfest, I've added issues to both repos:

Hope you are all doing well, happy Fall.

/Nat

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