Hiatus ends, but not all is hunky-dory

I’m back from much-needed and much-enjoyed vacation, back to civilization, designated these days as such by the presence of high-speed internet access. And back to that suburb of Internetopia known for its intense commentary, called Blogopolis. But as a full-time student in his last year as an undergraduate, fervently hoping to make himself a graduate student, as well as a person working two jobs, I have less and less time to devote to this hobby and passion, and hopefully eventual career outlet. This is all by way of saying that I will probably be posting less in the immediate future, probably a few times a week instead of a few times a day. I wanted to say though that I very much enjoy and appreciate the community of readers who visit my blog, and am happy with how it is turning out. Thank you all very much for reading.

  1. Big guy said:

    And thank you for blogging

  2. Big Chairs said:

    Glad to see you are back! Congrats on your award for GREAT writing!

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