Did I ever mention how much I think my kids are great?
Last year I blogged about a very cool Lego model of PowerGUI® that I received from my kids for my birthday. It turns out that this was mostly the work of my son, and my daughter (who refused to be outdone) decided she wanted to offer me something equally special on her own for Christmas that I could also share on my blog. She knows how important my MVP award is to me, so on Christmas morning she gave me this great gift:
What more could a person ask for? And isn’t Lego just the coolest toy ever?
When I first saw this it reminded me of the original Microsoft logo from 1983. It’s not quite the same as that logo, but it definitely came to mind when I saw it.
Of course upon receiving this there was a little nervous anticipation as I waited until January 1, 2011 to see if I was re-awarded the PowerShell MVP award again, but sure enough I received the email that morning. Thanks Microsoft for allowing me to continue my work as a PowerShell MVP for another year! PowerShell is a truly exciting product to work with, and with all of the innovative solutions in that space (check out PowerGUI Pro, I highly recommend it!), and the strong community that is really second to none, 2011 looks like it will be another very exciting year to continue working with PowerShell!
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Congratulations Kirk. You deserve being named MVP again. And yes, your kids are wonderful. You are truly most fortunate. Have a Happy New year.