September 4th, 2011


About the Author:

Bill was born on the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. Every day thereafter was lit a little brighter, a little longer. If he was a druid, this would probably be very important to him. But he’s a software engineer, so he likes to point out that the days started getting darker again just six months later. And then lighter again. And then darker. And so on. Software engineers are generally more correct and less fun than druids in his opinion. He supposes there are software engineers who are also druids. He doesn’t know what to say to them.

Bill has been voluntarily geosynchronous for the greater part of several decades and likely will remain so. He prefers the term circumferentially challenged thank you. He is trying to decide whether he is sytematically whimsical or whimsically systematical. He would like to think he is the latter but suspects he is the former.

About Gigagiggles:

“What is the chief end of man? ┬áTo glorify God, and to enjoy him forever.”┬áThat’s Question and Answer #1 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Gigagiggles tries to both glorify and enjoy God by focusing on the enjoy part. I think that’s the harder of the two. A rock can glorify God. Every time someone’s like, “Hey, sweet rock.” God’s like, “Thanks.” But enjoying God? What does that even look like?

Welcome to the adventure(r) in progress.

The Adventure(r) in Progress

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