I've returned to Green Beam City!
I’m back to blogging, and I feel good.
It’s been October 4th since my last documented blog entry, and a whole whack of things have occurred since then.
More than half of my hiatus duration was strictly devoted to completing my thesis, which was also the reason why my blog was on hiatus in the first place. For some months, I spent my days in front of my computer for work, and nights also in front of a computer for school. Consequently, there was no more hours to spend willfully on writing blog entries. Thesis work was not the only reason for my hiatus— the other being Twitter: it’s just way to easy to log when you’re limited only 140 characters versus the freedom of writing in a blog.
By the way, thesis work is finally over as of May, and it was a welcome change back to a more desired level of social activities.
Nevertheless, I’m back. I have been recently reading my previous entries, and I’ve grown fond being able to go back and retrieve what’s on my brain at a given point in time. Since evolving to “Green Beam City”, I’ve found my entries have become too serious about transit and planning. So now, I’m hoping to take a more liberal approach and simply write as long or as short, or as relevant to planning or not, as I want.
Hope you missed me!