The industry is absorptive.
By that I mean, the more involved you get, the less you can talk about to people who don't work for the same company.
Also, there's the fun part of telling people what you do for a living. Most people look sceptical until I tell them I do customer support. The few in the know will be envious; then I get to pimp the awesomeness.
There isn't a day that goes by where I don't look forward to going to work. The people I work with are awesome, the people I do my best to help every day are great, and the job satisfaction is pretty darn high right now. We're all in a much better situation than we were a bit over a year ago.
I've helped playtest the World of Darkness game our team here in Atlanta has been busting their arses on. I can't say anything about it other than OMG is it fun, and I cannot wait to see their baby go live.
Speaking of live, we got roped into demoing DUST 514 for the media last week. That was a long ass day, considering the people we were showing off for were four time zones behind us. Anyone who knows me knows I'm an idiot with a console system, and I had a blister threatening on my left thumb after 4 hours of running around and dying spectacularly. If you watch this walkthrough video, you can see Brandon nearly kill me with a laser while I'm booking it across the field. To avoid the laser. Because lasers hurt, duh.
And now I'm in the middle of preparing to move to our office in Iceland! So I can say with absolute certainty that I will see you at FanFest 2013 ^_^