What happened to Widgets and Burritos?
If you came here looking for a website development company, I am sad to say that after four great years of doing business in the San Antonio area, I’ve decided it’s time to pursue another opportunity that has recently presented itself to me.
Working for oneself is truly part of the American Dream, and an experience I am glad to have taken part in. It was simultaneously rewarding and nerve-wracking. Risking financial security for the sake of pursuing your own dream is never an easy thing to do.
Fortunately, I have had tremendous success thanks to all of the fantastic clients who continuously brought me business over the years. Without them, I could have never done this.Thank you to any and all clients who have entrusted me with your projects over the past four years. Whether I worked on just a few small projects or many larger projects with you, the impact your business had on me was enormous and I don’t feel like I could ever say “thank you” enough.
My decision to shut down Widgets and Burritos is not a decision made lightly, nor out of obligation. I could have kept doing what I was doing and would have been totally fine both career-wise and financially. My decision came, not as a result of a bad situation, but as a result of a great opportunity.
That opportunity is working as the Software Development Manager for Full Armor Group, Inc, which provides technical, training, professional and workplace solutions to many businesses, institutions of higher learning and government entities. After much consideration, my wife and I both believe this is the best direction for us going forward.
This is definitely a bittersweet time for me. The past four years have been fantastic. I’m glad I took the risk. I’m glad I’ve got to work on some fantastic projects. I’m glad I’ve worked with some fantastic clients and made new friends along the way. But it is time for me to turn the page in my edition of the American Dream.
Here’s to new adventures!