It’s been far too long since I’ve blogged anything substantial, and it feels as though my past few “substantial” posts, I’ve issued that sentiment with intent to call to halt this pattern. I know better than anyone not to make many promises regarding future, especially of things which I know I clearly can’t control self-interest over… but I’ve had my fill (ironically enough it’s more a starvation than filling) of not keeping up with the blog.
I still seek to expand my horizons here in the coming months, I know plenty needs to be taken care of in order to even think to begin this expansion, but I feel as though I know this will happen. Luckily for me, this wasn’t anything I could have just jumped into doing. After long thought and reconsideration, I’ve determined the focus and direction I’d like to take in this venture, and realize that (like I’ll be expanding my horizons) I’ll be expanding what I wanted to do in the first place.
It’s only fair to allow my focus to not limit itself to just one area, much like the blog itself, I am determined to leave my options open so I don’t ever have to break off course to discuss something outside of the path I set. Instead, I want this direction to be like the first explorers standing on flat land looking in every direction and starting those first roads in each direction with the ability to come back and start on a new road in another direction. Basically, I want to have every angle covered.
I still hate leaving you all in the dark, I don’t feel as though I’ve even outlined for you what I plan on doing, but I think that’s for the best. When I’ve got everything set up to be mine and nobody else’s I’ll be able to sit back comfortably informing you all of the plan, schedule, etc. All I can comfortably tell you now is that the wheels are already in motion, and when I pull up to the show in this ride, you’ll all want to be passengers headed into the future.
In other [boring] news, life has been okay recently. I’m recovering from a horrible cold, and feel better with each passing day. It was pretty debilitating to be quite honest, but I’m good to go.