So, once again I stand at a crossing. I've been at crossings before. Once was when I crossed into adulthood, as I left home and entered the U.S. Army. Once was when I decided to become a ’web’ guy. Once was that first time I took a stage in front of others to entertain through song. Once was at the alter (with a songstress, on a stage). Once was the birth of my daughter. Many crossings, all unique, and usually life-changing. Now I'm at another crossing, and it's purely mine to share with you.

Why am I here? Here I will embark upon a new journey, waxing rhapsodic about...whatever I like. Probably there will be quite a bit about web development, and ColdFusion especially, but you'll also get my views on most everything and a lot about my life, family, interests, diversions. A word of warning though, I'm not PC. Some of the things I say may offend some of you, and that's too bad. This is my blog, my opinion, and you are welcome (even encouraged) to take it or leave it. That's the great thing about living in America, I have the right to say and think what I want, as do we all. Just use the shopping cart method; take what you need off the shelf, throw it in your basket, the rest can stay. 'Nuff Said.

If you want something pretty to look at you'll have to wait. Ray Camden, who so graciously gives his code away each and every day, is currently working on version 5 of his BlogCFC application, so I'm not going to spend too much time making this pretty til that one comes out. Ray, the CF community can’t tell you enough how blessed we are to have you. Thanks Ray (Looking forward to the CSS support).

Also want to throw out a big Thank You (and a plug) to Emmet over at Full City Media. I've been trying to throw some business his way and he was kind enough to help a fellow developer get some space for his blog (at a great rate). [For truly top-notch, up-to-date, full-service CF7 Hosting, turn to...]

And so I leave you, for now. Come back soon and often, or just subscribe, and hopefully you'll be surprised. I look forward to hearing from you all.

Cutter