I sit here in the early hours of the morning thinking about what I am going to do with the rest of my life. It seems like time flies by faster then ever. Suddenly it is June and the year is almost half over. Where did the time go? I watch as my son grows up before my eyes and I realize that I won't ever get these years back, these moment spent with my son. I realize I better soak up the memories I make with him and maybe make note of them for future reference, so I can look back at the amazing life I created and see his accomplishments and his failures, everything that makes him, him. He is quite the computer guru. He has had to assist Ron with his computer multiple times. He is learning to type, but he is still picking at the keys. I have him practicing with a typing program that has him put his hands in the correct place, but I think his little fingers are too small to type very fast yet. But he marvels over how fast I can type, and says he wants to type like me. He's amazed I can type without looking at the keys and wonders how I do that. I'm sure some day he will out type me, being exposed to it this early on in life, his mastery of it will come sooner than it did for me. He loves video games. He plays pretty advanced games for his age, to be honest. He builds beautiful worlds in Minecraft, has crafted some of his own inventions in the game, and he plays and keeps up with us on Halo, Modern Warfare, and Borderlands 1&2. Not all entirely kid appropriate games, but he i...