Needing Rest

It sure has been a long first 20 days, I can’t believe how far all of us have come. Yes after the upgrade happened, we lost a nice chunk of regions, but I am sure we will be getting them back soon. All I can say is I am taking a few steps back for the next few days, from grid upgrades. I will still be around, doing money cash outs, trouble shooting, and processing orders. I just need a break.

I have been working so hard on the grid, that I got myself sick. I mean physically sick, but I am doing better now, I am just stepping back for a bit. It is really hard running this big grid’s back end with just one other volunteer, I been drinking my weight in soda pop(not a coffee man…). I tell you if it wasn’t for Walmart brand dr. pepper, AuroraScape would suffer from it.

Anyways, I have been working on my own regions recently on my personal account in world. Feel free to add me Timothy Vyper I like having friends. I am also working on some other features for customers of my Zetamex service. Which helps me fund AuroraScape and my caffeine addiction. I am always working hard to make a better world for you, and from the recent response people be giving me, I think you all are loving it.

I shall now retreat to my residence in AuroraScape, and continue to work on this castle for me and others to enjoy. I will see you all around, and I thank you all for your support. I will be back in full swing next week, so let us all relax and hang out together in world.

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It's about time! :p On a serious note, You have done an amazing job of getting AuroraScape going. And I think we need a break from you doing updates and stuff for awhile as well. We need the time to settle in and get our regions set up and play without grid down time. I know you have great plans for upgrading the grid and that we are all anxious for that and maybe that makes you feel pressured. But please know that we understand that we are on a testing grid and there is no big hurry for anything.… Read more »