I know. I know. I've been rather quiet lately. I can now explain.
Work got crazy for me in October. I mentioned this a few weeks ago. So crazy, I've been taking medication for anxiety and depression. I've pretty well adjusted to the medication. I am likely to be extremely distracted for a few more weeks, however.
The New Year will be a better year for me and my family. In October, I investigated the possibility of moving our work from the University of South Florida in Tampa to Florida State University in Tallahassee. It took about three weeks for our partners in state government and for Florida State University to agree.
I could not speak openly about this until a new three year contract with the State of Florida was prepared. We received the paperwork today.
This move means no more 600 mile round-trip commute. (I've been doing it for 10+ years now.) Instead, my office is only a few miles away from home. It means a new environment with more support. The entire team will be coming with the center.
I look forward to working once again at FSU. I worked there as an Assistant Professor right out of graduate school almost 20 years ago.
The move means a lot of work. We have contract deliverables to finish, and I need to pack booka, etc. from my office in Tampa and ship them to Tallahassee.
In the end, I will have more time to devote to this site and the resources on it. The New Year will indeed be better for The Light's Right, too.