While the rapper Future’s newest album, Dirty Sprite 2, isn’t always quickly paced or directly aggressive, listening to it always make you feel like an untouchable king who can’t be stopped. Someone who might just look up his old middle school bully, pay him a house call, ring his doorbell and kick him right in the nads.
In other words, it’s great hype-up music that’ll be a staple in locker rooms and sports arenas across the land for probably the next, oh, forever
Too bad for the Seattle Seahawks — and especially for their stadium DJ, as he revealed in a recent interview
Greetings from Melbourne Australia where it has just ticked past midnight and we are now officially celebrating Christmas day (or at least I am… while the rest of my family are asleep).
As I sit here – having just wrapped my latest gift – I’ve been contemplating what a massive year it has been.
It’s been big for our family – Vanessa’s blog kicked up a gear, our second eldest son started school, his older brother joined every sporting team he could and our youngest… well he just doesn’t stop!
It’s been big for our team – in fact we’ve had our biggest year ever on many fronts. Our Aussie event grew to 550 attendees, we relaunched ProBlogger.com, and saw a heap of new members join up, we hit record traffic levels on my photography blog and a couple of hours ago we sent our last email on our biggest 12 Photography Deals of Christmas promotion in five years.
This year also saw my little team grow again. We now have nine of us working in the core team (many on a part time basis) and another 30 or so people contributing in different ways as regular writers, designers, developers, editors, and more.
I’m feeling particularly grateful to this team. They’ve worked hard this year, many of them behind the scenes, to help keep ProBlogger and dPS running. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart.
Lastly I am very thankful to those who keep coming back to my blogs, forums, sites and events as readers, members, customers and friends. Without you this little business that I’ve managed to carve out of blogging would not be possible.
Looking forward to 2015 I’m excited about the many possibilities and the plans we’ve already put in place for a new new ventures and experiments. But before we get into that… it’s time for a little summer break for most of us here at ProBlogger.
Some of us are going to the beach, others of us are taking road trips and a few of us are going to simply recharge at home and watch some cricket. But we will all be back in a week or two when we’ll ressume blogging here on ProBlogger – so stay tuned.
In the mean time – don’t forget to check out our ‘best of’ series from the last week or so with all our best posts of 2014.