I haven’t written a blog post in a LONG time, but considering it’s a new year and given today is my One Year Wedding Anniversary to my lovely wife Morg, I felt the time was right.

I promise this post won’t be to long, and I’ll do my best to keep it from being overly MUSHY, or embarrassing Morg to much. Really I just want to say how incredibly supportive she is and thank her for everything she does. Streaming became and continues to be a huge part of my life. I go live 6 days a week, and stream at least 3 hours a day on top of working a full-time job. So when I say shes incredibly supportive I’m not exaggerating. She’s the master mind behind literally everything. My website you’re on, all of my panels on stream, my scene graphics, even my animated start, afk, and ending screens are her work. She really jumped into this whole thing with me, both feet in, and I couldn’t love her more for it, or thank her enough, even marrying her isn’t enough! 😛

The cherry on top is that we can share this experience together. She’s a gamer just like me and it’s amazing to be married to someone that shares your passion. I remember shortly after we moved in together years ago, I spent literally all day playing KOTOR (Knights of the Old Republic). When I realized what time it was I looked over at her and said I was sorry for playing games all day. She looked me dead in the eye and said…. “So?” It was at that moment I knew we were made for each other. Just that simple understanding of someone’s passion, how they can get lost in it and lose track of time. It still took me years to marry her but there was never any doubt in my mind.

I wanted to do a little more than just this post, so I spent the morning piecing together some of Morg and my highlights from the stream over the years. I tried to grab our funniest moments, and added a few things on top of the videos, so I hope you enjoy it.

To Morg: I love you and look forward to many more years with my co-op partner!


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