It's not going to be something I put rainbow flags up for, because it's not the defining feature of my life. It's a small part of who I am, but I'm non-heterosexual. I came out June 1st this year to near universal support and anyone who's got a problem with it has kept quiet.
I've been busy. 2014 and 2015 were excruciatingly painful years. Any remaining teenage idea that I was invincible shattered in the face of that onslaught. I'm still struggling to pick myself back up - but I've not stopped progressing forward.
I'm in senior year in two of the hardest programs at the top university in my state and I kick ass at what I do. I'm building assistive technology for people with disabilities and parents with teenagers with selective hearing. I'm building and designing robots. I'm building electronics. I'm learning how to design fiber optic networks and playing around with Einstein's theories. The math is insane, the projects are awesome. It's incredibly, incredibly high stress, but I can do it after having my world shattered to pieces around me. When I consider myself 'on my feet' again, heh, that's going to be fun.
I'll post pictures of various and sundry things if people are still around.