I'm a guy. I'm a husband. I'm a father. My interests listed are what makes up the bulk of my free time (what little there is of it). I wrangle a full time job, being a husband, a father to four girls, and the need to create at odd hours of the night, fueled with copious amounts of caffeine, with the wish that there were 36 hours in a day.
Now, as a main disclaimer for this blog, I give this:
Main Entry: iro·ny Pronunciation: 'I-r&-nE also 'I(-&)r-nE Function: noun Inflected Form(s): plural -nies Etymology: Latin ironia, from Greek eirOnia, from eirOn dissembler 1 : a pretense of ignorance and of willingness to learn from another assumed in order to make the other's false conceptions conspicuous by adroit questioning -- called also Socratic irony 2 a : the use of words to express something other than and especially the opposite of the literal meaning b : a usually humorous or sardonic literary style or form characterized by irony c : an ironic expression or utterance 3 a (1) : incongruity between the actual result of a sequence of events and the normal or expected result (2) : an event or result marked by such incongruity b : incongruity between a situation developed in a drama and the accompanying words or actions that is understood by the audience but not by the characters in the play -- called also dramatic irony, tragic irony synonym see WIT