I haven't been on very much lately, and I hear that some of you have been wondering exactly why that is. Well, I'd like to explain. I'm going to do my best not to give too much personal information.
I've been on Club Penguin Insiders for A LONG time. I really really like this site, and I'm sad I'm going to be leaving so soon.
Now, to the reasons I'm leaving. The first one is because I can't be on here and earn any kind of salary, and I'm saving for a lot of things such as a car, college, and maybe in the future a home, so I really need to spend my time working on either a career or at real work. I've had a part-time job for nearly 2 years, so I make a little off that. However, I really need to have a full time job to really support a family. As some of you may know I am planning on working as a Web Developer full time. I have been taking Web Design for almost a full year. I've learned a whole lot about Web Development and some serious programming(In PHP especially).
I've decided to develop my Web Design experience, which involves lots of work on several websites I'm going to be publishing this summer. I also have school to keep up with as well as a part-time job. This leaves me very little time to get on the forums. I'm going to probably get on every once in a while, but my time on here is going to be reduced a whole lot. I'm really going to miss you all, and I've met a whole lot of awesome friends, but it's time to move on. I'm looking to Lord willing have a family of my own in just a few years, I'm working on my career as I mentioned, and I have plenty of other things to do.
Lately I really think the Lord has shown me that Web Developing is most likely my future for work, and that I need to move on from CPI. I talked to Thinknoodles, and working here as an Administrator, but he said is pretty much not possible. Recently at work I received an offer for an internship in Web Design. I'm going to be meeting with a man in about a month who also is offering internship in Web Design. He has some of the best Web Developers and programmers in the Country, so that will be a great experience for me as well.
Thanks, you guys are all awesome!