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Welcome to my safe space on the internet. I’m so thankful you accepted my invitation to what I call, my home. I’m not pestered if you keep your shoes on or off at the door as some people prefer, you know exactly who I’m talking about. Please do have a seat as we begin to share a little story and brief update about me, this website and any other important things I feel are necessary to mention at this time.

A short story by William…

It was the year 2020 on a warm summer night. Little old William was scared by a fright. He walked into the bathroom to later see, a big ugly water bug underneath his sink. It was grim and spooky some would say. When William screamed, “YIKES, GO AWAY.” The new not so nice friend leaped in fear, “I don’t remember why I needed to be here.” William called his mother in hopes of help, “MOM GET UP HERE I’m beginning to pout. She rushed with a can of vinegar ready to go when addressing the problem the bug was no more. I let my mom go back to bed and I slept a restful night well spent. I tried to rhyme but this story is indeed true, Go onto the next paragraph so we can be done here soon.

Many of you have expressed latency when visiting the website or some slowness when stopping by, allow me to explain. I was paying for something called shared hosting which allowed me to have very few plugins and features without crashing on your end and my back end. I upgraded to a VPS, that way I can run the 47+ plugins I was using prior and dream bigger running things more smoothly.

This is just the beginning and I’m very ecstatic to continue seeing support with what I’ve been doing. As some of you are aware I do donate 5% of everything I make to charity because it is truly good to be evolved in the community financially when able to. I do have a partner program for creators who stream on Twitch or YouTube. As a perk for my partners when you use their creator code at checkout you are also supporting their selected charity.

My e-book is now set to Name Your Price which means if you do not have it but want it. Buy is for whatever you wish to pay for it. I will also be adding a binary version of my book soon too so be on a lookout for that.

I’m working on a marketing video course thing that will hopefully be available this fall where I teach you how to grow on social media and get sales on your website. I want to get back into YouTube or streaming someday but these projects been taking up all of the time. This project I’m referring to is a little card game I’m in the works of developing and I can’t wait for you all to see it.

In conclusion, I hope you all are continuing to stay safe and following healthy habits during the current state of the world.

I love you very much and if you need someone to talk to about anything at all My DMs are always open.

— William

In Memory Of Cubby

Dear Friends,
I am at a loss for words right now, but I’ll try to explain. Cubby was our sweet kitty for 15 years and 4 months. She came to us as the kitten of a stray in April of 2003, and she has made our love for her grow instantly.  We got Cubby while my dad was on a business trip to Japan.  Our neighbor at the time had a mama cat and kitten in his backyard, and we were all concerned with the safety for the kitten, though the mama cat knew how to care for herself outside.  While on the phone with my dad, all of us were so excited to tell him the good news. He said, “I really don’t think a cat is a good idea in our life right now…” or something like that.  My mom proceeded to find not one, but two families who wanted her, but by the time dad got home from his trip, we all were attached to her.  After just a bit of discussion, it was clear that she belonged to our family.
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Shortly after adopting her, 
we had to name her, and… well, let’s just say we had a few choices: Daffy, Super Amazing Gumball, etc.  We all settled on the name Cubby!  She grew to love being petted, and we would make her dance, with help provided by us moving her little paws and legs with our hands on the table.  She always had the look, like, “I’m not ideally a dancer, but what choice do I have?  “Cubby had tendencies of tackling one of my sisters quite a bit, which was very funny for me to be entertained by.  A fun fact about Cubby is she never ever bit me once, no matter how many times I annoyed her.  It was as if I was there, she thought I was giving her permission to bite them, but not me!  She was the most loving cat a person could have in life.  Cubby was loved by many people. She was even quietly featured in the book I wrote in 2017, so she was kind of a celebrity.  Cubby would never tolerate obedience lessons because like a cat, she would be very persistent to only do things her way, which was nothing but perfection in my book.
Cubby was a talker, and sometimes singer at heart, because when she and I had times at 1 am, I could’ve sworn she was singing better than 95% of anyone in the top 10 best singers on the Itunes charts.  We had very deep conversations, and she never told a soul of the many secrets I told her.  She was the kind of kitty that preferred the outdoors more than the inside, and that came into play when we moved into a slightly bigger house.  She really enjoyed letting us know that for sure when we started noticing carpet by doors slowly being removed and in her mouth! She became the neighborhood cat, but never once thought to leave us.
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There have been so many moments of Cubby’s life that will live in our hearts for more years than I can count.  I’m so humbled to have her as a sister, best friend, and family member. She never doubted our love for her!  I can remember when she took down three baby raccoons, trying to take her food.  That wasn’t the only time she showed her strength, though. She brought me many presents at my front door, including long-eared baby mice, that looked EXACTLY like baby bunnies. She laid them out proudly on the front step. She was a very tough cookie, as my grandma would say.
Around 11 pm last night (August 20th, 2018) Cubby started acting kinda strange, and if it wasn’t for my sister’s fiance noticing her as he left, Cubby would’ve had a very hard night,  and likely would have not survived. She started expressing symptoms like my dog Butterscotch had done, closer to her ending.  A sudden issue that we later found out was a blood clot in her back, along with intense pain brought us to the emergency vet, and we said our goodbyes at 1:15 am.
We will miss Cubby but are so grateful for what a wonderful pet and family member she has been for these many years.  Her final moments were the hardest for me for sure, but she licked me repeatedly and meowed, “I LOVE YOU” in the car. My mom even said, “Wow, that sounded just like ‘I love you!’ She hugged me and nestled her head into my chest, purring.  I will never ever forget her.
I can promise you, Cubby, when you peacefully went to sleep I will never forget the way you shed your warm fur on my skin.
Rest in peace, Cubby. Your life was very full, and now is your time to sleep tight with no more pain!
Your life long friend,
-William-

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